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VTRVideotape recorder. A videocassette recorder (VCR) can also be called a VTR, but a video recorder that uses openreel tapes cannot be called a VCR.
VoltVoltage, V The unit of electrical pressure.
Voice OverNarrated script added to a video
vizunderwater visibility - arguably the most important factor for underwater photography
Virtual memoryHard drive memory allocated to function as RAM
vignettingcropping of the corners of the frame. If unintentional, it is due to a misaligned lens or port.
ViewfinderThere are three main types of viewfinder employed on modern cameras. TTL=Through the Lens. OPT=Optical. EVF=Electronic.
Video8Analog video recording system using helical scanning and 8mm magnetic tape.
Video OutSome digital cameras allow you to output images directly to a TV or video in PAL and NTSC standards.
Video ControllerElectronic marker that controls the playback and recording of VCR’s during editing
Video CassettePlastic casing that holds videotape, available in different sizes and formats
VHSCVHS Compact. Small size VHS cassette intended for camcorders. Can be played back in fullsize VHS machines by means of an adapter.
VHSVideo Home System i.e. a video recording format intended primarily for domestic use. Analog recording system using helical scanning and 1/2 inch magnetic tape.
Vector graphicA resolution-independent image described by its geometric characteristics rather than by pixels
VectorVector graphics consist of lines and curves that are described to programs according to their geometric characteristics. When you edit vector graphics you edit these geometric characteristics. You can move, resize, or change the lines and curves without losing quality.
VCRVideo cassette recorder
Vanishing PointA Photoshop feature designed to allow the manipulation of photos within a three-dimensional space
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