Video meaning

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Of or used in television.
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Designating or of the picture portion of a telecast, Webcast, recording, etc.
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A filmed or taped performance, presentation, etc. for viewing; specif., music video.
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The picture portion of a telecast, Webcast, recording, etc.
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All electronic means for presenting or recording viewable images, considered as a media group.
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(1) Any digital moving picture, which includes a computer file in video formats such as MP4, MOV, M4V, AVI, DivX or FLV. A video may also refer to a DVD or Blu-ray disc. Years ago, a video was an analog tape recording (see video format). See MPEG, video codec and codec examples.
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The visual component of a television signal, which actually comprises a set of still images presented in rapid succession. See also image and television.
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Designating or of the display of data or images on a computer screen or other electronic screen.
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Relating to the display of image data on a television set, computer monitor, cellular telephone, or other display device.
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Television, television show, movie.
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Motion picture stored on VHS or some other format.
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(dated) VHS.
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To record using video equipment.
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Forms terms relating to moving images, and especially to television.
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Video is the visual part of a movie or recorded program, or something recorded to watch in the future.

An example of a video is something you'd watch on YouTube.

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The definition of video is the visual part of something broadcasted.

An example of video is the part of a television show that you'd see, rather than hear; the video presentation.

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A music video.
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To record by means of videotape, a video camera, etc.
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Origin of video

  • From Latin videō first person sing. present tense of vidēre to see vide

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Borrowed from Latin videō (“I see").

    From Wiktionary