Crash editing

A simple tape-based editing technique that consists of adding one segment of recorded programming after another, from one tape onto another.

Crash editing is the name of a basic tape-based editing technique that consists of adding one segment of recorded programming after another, from one tape onto another. It utilizes the Pause control, then the Record control, to help minimize picture breakup between scenes. Newer video equipment can compensate for automatic pausing and recording, thereby virtually eliminating the annoying breakup that used to show up between scenes on older VCRs. As in all simple tape-based editing, crash editing requires two video recorders, audio and video input, and output connections and a TV set as a monitor.

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Crash editing
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  • Assembly editing
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Last modified on April 8, 2021, 3:57 am
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