DTE (direct to edit)
DTE (direct to edit) is a digital video direct-to-disk recording method (and also refers to the associated equipment) used to streamline the post-production video editing workflow of raw video files into a Non-linear editing system (NLE). Recent developments have added solid-state memory recording units with removable modules or flash-cards, to avoid potential hard-drive problems.
- Bill Davis (March 2006). "Saving Time: Editing Tapeless". Videomaker magazine (Videomaker, Inc.). Retrieved 8 February 2012.
- "Tapeless Video Recording Solutions: HVR-DR60 vs. HVR-MRC1". DVinfo.net. Retrieved 17 January 2011.
- Computer file
- Data storage device
- Digital video recorder (DVR)
- Flash memory
- Hard disk drive (HDD)
- Non-linear editing system (NLE)
- Professional video camera
- Tapeless camcorder
- Video editing software
- Video server
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