video clip

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video clip

A brief, recorded, viewable file linked to a website or an electronic message used to educate students or to relay visual information, e.g., from real-time ultrasonography or angiography, from one user to another.
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From that point on, the so-called "traditional media paradigm" changed from a threat to a reality and the future of video clip culture began.
The Internet and new consumer technologies have fostered a clip culture around video.
Our community has played a vital role in changing the way that people consume media, creating a new clip culture.