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'''Video Tape Recorder''' ('''[[VTR]]'''), is a tape recorder that can record '''[[video]]''' material. The video cassette recorder ('''[[VCR]]'''), where the videotape is enclosed in a user-friendly videocassette shell, is the most familiar type of '''[[VTR]]''' known to consumers. '''Video Tape Recorder''' ('''[[VTR]]'''), is a tape recorder that can record '''[[video]]''' material. The video cassette recorder ('''[[VCR]]'''), where the videotape is enclosed in a user-friendly videocassette shell, is the most familiar type of '''[[VTR]]''' known to consumers.
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 +== Also see ==
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 +*'''[[Data Service Requirements World Cup]]'''
 +*'''[[Freestyle Equipment List]]'''
 +*'''[[TV Glossary of Terms]]'''
 +*'''[[Digital video recorder]]'''
 +*'''[[Electronic News Gathering]]'''

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Video Tape Recorder (VTR), is a tape recorder that can record video material. The video cassette recorder (VCR), where the videotape is enclosed in a user-friendly videocassette shell, is the most familiar type of VTR known to consumers.
Video Tape Recorder (VTR), is a tape recorder that can record video material. The video cassette recorder (VCR), where the videotape is enclosed in a user-friendly videocassette shell, is the most familiar type of VTR known to consumers.

Video Tape Recorder (VTR), is a tape recorder that can record video material. The video cassette recorder (VCR), where the videotape is enclosed in a user-friendly videocassette shell, is the most familiar type of VTR known to consumers.

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Reference

  • Wikipedia VTR [1]

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