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video art

Motion picture cameras often include a video camera that allows instant review of a scene to monitor framing, focus, and performance. Both this system and the person operating it are referred to as video assist.

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video art

Contemporary form pioneered by artists like Andy Warhol (1928-87) and Bill Viola (b.1951). Can be either stand-alone or combined with other media in an installation.
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video art

A card the fits into a computer s expansion slot so you can edit digital video
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video art

AKA: VCRA common household appliance for recording and/or playing prerecorded video tapes. See VHS, NTSC and PAL.
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video art

Ability to transmit/receive data to read and/or project various video standards, i.e. NTSC, PAL, SECAM.
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video art

Synched videotapes with burn-in used for editing and confirming a day s shoot.
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