::Linear video editing


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High-end linear editing suite (1999)

Linear video editing is a video editing post-production process of selecting, arranging and modifying images and sound in a predetermined, ordered sequence.<ref>PC Magazine; Encyclopedia,"Definition of:linear video editing" accessed July 8, 2014</ref> Regardless of whether it was captured by a video camera, tapeless camcorder, or recorded in a television studio on a video tape recorder (VTR) the content must be accessed sequentially.<ref>University of Florida, "Video editing Linear editing system Editing technique" accessed July 8, 2014</ref> For the most part video editing software has replaced linear editing.

Until the advent of computer-based random access non-linear editing systems (NLE) in the early 1990s "linear video editing" was simply called "video editing".

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