videorecording love

Definitions

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  • n. Alternative form of video recording.

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Examples

  • If they see someone videorecording them, they can ask them to stop but are to take no further action even if the cameraman continues, he said.

    Traffic stop video on YouTube sparks debate on police use of Md. wiretap laws

  • Despite hours of videorecording, I rarely turned my camera on to her.

    INSIDE OF A DOG

  • It is pointless in videorecording them in case as the broadcasts suffer exactly the some fate and I wonder how the world views all of this, trying to watch silent movies on the web?

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • In brief, the Eyetrack study uses sophisticated videorecording equipment to track users' eye movements and documents where website visitors tend to look and linger, and the study led researchers to a set of guidelines regarding the placement of certain elements of a web page.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • The Eagle repeated his warning a second time and then vanished, but the entire scene was stored in the videorecording subsystems of the biots.

    The Garden of Rama

  • Does anyone have made videorecording with a 7D or 5D Mk II made in vertical

    News: Digital Photography Review (dpreview.com)

  • The electronic storyteller [videorecording]: television

    Wired Campus

  • We do this all the time (and if you are not in the habit of periodically videorecording your teaching, you are missing out on a valuable resource to improve it).

    Wired Campus

  • Congressman Holt went further, urging the President to support his legislation that would require the videorecording of all interactions between American government personnel or contractors, and detainees arrested in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere.

    Blue Jersey - Front Page

  • The man, having been videorecording for the last few minutes, headed toward the front of the column, and the woman, anxious not to become separated in the crowd, politely took her leave.

    NOLA Indymedia

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