(VideoCassette Recorder) A videotape recording and playback machine that houses both supply and take-up reels of tape in a convenient removable package. The most ubiquitous VCR format was the half-inch VHS videocassette. One inch tape cassettes were used in studios for professional mastering, and Sony's 3/4" U-matic tape cassettes were used in corporate training before VHS tapes became popular. See Betamax, VHS, VTR and VHS ripping.
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The VCR was nearly derailed over the issue of copyrights.
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The built-in remote control extender relay allows you to control your Sky digibox, your DVD or VCR using your existing remote control.
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Viewing stations are either stand-alone VCR or DVD or computer-based DVD and networked video.