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Tape-Based Workflows

For decades, videotape was the format for most individuals choosing to edit. The original tapes could be stored on a shelf and be available for recapture if they were ever needed in the future.

The downside of using videotape has always been the cost of the consumables—video-tape—along with the restriction that acquisition was forced to be real time (compared to tapeless, which can be faster than real time).

For more information on tape-based workflows, see Appendix C, “Tape Workflows,” on the DVD or with the downloadable files.

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