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    Default video clip vs video

    "Video clip" is defined as "a short video produce for promotion purposes", so if I replace the underlined with "video", will it make a difference? What's the difference between just "video" and "video clip"?

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    ex)...Also, many Koreans, from ordinary students to professional cooks, are actively posting video clips online that show people how to cook Korean food properly...
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    Default Re: video clip vs video

    If you replaced 'video clips' with 'videos', it wouldn't make a difference to me.

    I understand video clips to be extracts from longer videos.

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    Last edited by Rover_KE; 16-Jun-2012 at 22:00.

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