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-is a technology that allows broadcast of a previously occurring event using recorded video. This is most commonly used in sports; by on television to replay previous plays for the viewer, often from other angles than shown in the main broadcast, and also on video screens at live events. The footage is often played at a slow motion frame rate to allow more detailed analysis by the viewer and commentators. More advanced technology has allowed for more complex replays, such as pausing, and viewing the replay frame by frame.+'''[[Instant replay]]''' is a technology that allows '''[[broadcast]]''' of a previously occurring event using recorded '''[[video]]'''. This is most commonly used in sports; by on television to replay previous plays for the viewer, often from other angles than shown in the main broadcast, and also on '''[[video screens]]''' at live events. The footage is often played at a '''[[slow motion]]''' '''[[frame rate]]''' to allow more detailed analysis by the viewer and commentators. More advanced technology has allowed for more complex replays, such as pausing, and viewing the replay frame by frame.
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 +== Also see ==
 +* '''[[EVS]]'''
 +*'''[[Slow motion]]'''
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 +== '''Reference''' ==
 +* Wikipedia ''Instant replay'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Instant_replay]
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Instant replay is a technology that allows broadcast of a previously occurring event using recorded video. This is most commonly used in sports; by on television to replay previous plays for the viewer, often from other angles than shown in the main broadcast, and also on video screens at live events. The footage is often played at a slow motion frame rate to allow more detailed analysis by the viewer and commentators. More advanced technology has allowed for more complex replays, such as pausing, and viewing the replay frame by frame.


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  • Wikipedia Instant replay [1]

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