analog video cassette recorder

(4) Definitions .— For purposes of this subsection: (A) An “analog video cassette recorder” means a device that records, or a device that includes a function that records, on electromagnetic tape in an analog format the electronic impulses produced by the video and audio portions of a television program, motion picture, or other form of audiovisual work. (B) An “analog video cassette camcorder” means an analog video cassette recorder that contains a recording function that operates through a camera lens and through a video input that may be connected with a television or other video playback device. (C) An analog video cassette recorder “conforms” to the automatic gain control copy control technology if it— (i) detects one or more of the elements of such technology and does not record the motion picture or transmission protected by such technology; or (ii) records a signal that, when played back, exhibits a meaningfully distorted or degraded display. (D) The term “professional analog video cassette recorder” means an analog video cassette recorder that is designed, manufactured, marketed, and intended for use by a person who regularly employs such a device for a lawful business or industrial use, including making, performing, displaying, distributing, or transmitting copies of motion pictures on a commercial scale. (E) The terms “VHS format”, “8mm format”, “Beta format”, “automatic gain control copy control technology”, “colorstripe copy control technology”, “four-line version of the colorstripe copy control technology”, and “NTSC” have the meanings that are commonly understood in the consumer electronics and motion picture industries as of the date of the enactment of this chapter.


17 USC § 1201(k)(4)

Scoping language

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