One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
with object Originally: to pre-record (material) on cinematographic film in advance of broadcasting on television (now rare). Later (now chiefly): to make a video recording of; to film with a video camera, record using a videorecorder, etc.
1940s. From video + record, after video recording.
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