to add sound to an existing recording, audio or video; -- often used with in. The sound may be of any type or of any duration.
to mix together two or more sound or video recordings to produce a composite recording.
To duplicate or make a copy of a production, traditionally from one tape (usually a master tape) to another tape.
The duplication of an electronic recording. The dub is always one generation away from the recording used for dubbing with the exception of digital recordings, where identical copies can be made (In analog systems, each generation shows increased deterioration from the last.)
1) To make a copy of a recording. 2) To make a recording from one recording source while copying another so that the end result is a combination of the two.
(1) To transfer recorded sound from one unit to another. (2) Copy of a recording.
To copy or record.
duplication of original footage, a completed production, or a master video tape. Usually referred to as a tape copy.
Most commonly, a copy of a film or tape. It can also mean making a completely new soundtrack, as in dubbing English for a foreign film. A dubbed tape is also called a dupe.
A copy of a magnetic recording.
(broadcast usage) The duplication of an electronic recording. The dub is always one generation down (away) from the recording used for the dubbing, and is therefore of lower quality.
To make a copy of a video recording.
A duplicate copy made from one recording medium to another.
A "dub" is a duplicate copy of an existing tape.
copy of TV or radio appearance on video or audiotape
Duplicate copy of videotape. If the source tape is analog that the duplicate will be of a lesser quality as the original due to generation loss.
A copy of a video tape.
As a verb: to make a copy. As a noun: the copy itself.
To make a copy of a recording on another storage medium.
a re-recording of another tape. There may be a loss of quality in a dub compared to an original or master tape. With each dub of a dub, the problems intensify, though less so (or not at all) in professional tape formats and since the advent of digital video. NOTE: Avoid dubbing from VHS to any other format.
1] Process or result of duplicating a videotape in its entirety.  Editing technique whereby new audio or video replaces portion(s) of existing recording.
Making an unaltered videotape copy of an existing video. Sometimes referred to as "clone" if the tape format is digital. Also called "burning a disc" when copying to CDs or DVDs.
To make a duplicate copy of one tape to another; after the tape is made, the copy is called a "dub"
Electronic duplication of videotape onto a second tape.
Copy. For example, an uncaptioned videotape is submitted to ITV; our engineers create a copy of this tape, usually onto DVCAM. This copy is called a "dub."