Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Footage"

The meaning of "Footage" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does footage overnight showed people mean?
A: Footage/video/photographs. People were seen by a camera at night. Likely a security camera of some kind.
Q: What does raw footage mean?
A: Film recordings that have not been edited.
Q: What does footage of someone mean?
A: video or clip of someone
Q: What does footage mean?
A: هذا المصطلح يستخدم بالتصوير السينمائي كلقطات او مقطع فيديو قصير تم حذفها بالمونتاج
ex:there’s probably a footage from the camera.
وتستخدم ايضاً كوحدة قياس بالقدم
Q: What does footage mean?
A: When you video something and look back at it, you're looking at the footage you've captured

Example sentences using "Footage"

Q: Please show me example sentences with footage.
A: There was footage from the camera

The footage from the recorder showed the evidence
Q: Please show me example sentences with footage.
A: My house has a footage of approximately 1200 square feet.
Q: Please show me example sentences with footage.
A: Did you see the footage of that ghost? Scaryyyyy

The footage of me riding my bike on 1 toe was amazing right?

Thank god for footage otherwise y'all would think I am a fraud!!
Q: Please show me example sentences with footage.
A: "He showed the footage on the TV screen."
You'll also often see warnings like this before some films or videos:
"The following footage contains some mature content. Viewer discretion is advised."
Q: Please show me example sentences with footage.
A: "He managed to capture some footage of an alleged UFO."
"We couldn't find any surveillance footage of the incident."

Synonyms of "Footage" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between footage and video ?
A: A video is more likely to be anything that contains moving pictures like the ones which you watch on social media platforms.

A footage is a random part of a video or a scene that is often tricky to understand. The word footage is generally used when investigating or if it is a clue to an incident.
Q: What is the difference between we need to make sure we have enough footage for the show and we have to have enough footage for the show ?
A: The first sentence is more direct. The second sentence is more passive. However, you can use either sentence and sound fluent.
Q: What is the difference between footage and video ?
A: The footage is the actual recordings or anything involved in making a film.
Video can be the finished piece of a film or the footage or the recordings of images. The term video footage is used.
Q: What is the difference between footage and tape ?
A: in my opinion maybe "Footage" is the recorded scene.
while "tape" is the thing use to record or where the recorded footage is stored.😊
Q: What is the difference between We've got footage of you placing the bags on JFK carousel 3 and abandoning them to purchase a last minute flight with cash. and ~ abandoning them in order to purchase a last minute flight ticket with cash. ?
A: Well, both sentences imply that you left your luggage alone for a long time to purchase a ticket with cash

Translations of "Footage"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ''кадр из фильма'' is it "a footage from the movie'' / "a scene from the movie'' or something else??
A: footage = uncountable

We would probably say "a scene from the movie" (if we mean the whole scenario where the people talk in one setting) or "a shot from the movie" (if we mean the picture, the image made by the director_
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? footage
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what is meaning of "the footage is a bit jerky"?
A: @rexlee2046: it means that the person filming the video didn't use a stand to hold the camera - the hand holding the camera is very shaky (and that's generally looked down on in films/videos)

Other questions about "Footage"

Q: A: Why do you clip the footages where you wipe your mouth everytime but keep the part when you eat food?
B: I think it's not elegant and I don't want you guys see that.
A: How come? I think it's cute. So you don't think you opening wide and eating food isn't elegant? Does this sound natural?
A: × A: Why do you clip the footages where you wipe your mouth everytime but keep the part when you eat food?
✓ A: Why do you always clip the footage where you wipe your mouth but keep the part where you eat the food?

× B: I think it's not elegant and I don't want you guys see that.
✓ B: I don't think it's elegant and I don't want you guys seeing that.

The sentences are already very good, but I wanted to make them sound a little more like everyday speech
Q: Q1: What does "drooling" over footage of her" mean?

Q2: What does "chamber of government" mean?
Why was Ms. Ocasio-Cortez criticized for saying "chamber of government"?


Context>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.
Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) on Sunday slammed Republicans for "drooling" over footage of her and waiting to criticize her over any missteps.
She made the comment in response to an Ohio state lawmaker who criticized her for saying "chamber of government."

"Maybe instead of Republicans drooling over every minute of footage of me in slow-mo, waiting to chop up word slips that I correct in real-[time], they actually step up enough to make the argument they want to make," she tweeted.

"That they don't believe people deserve a right to healthcare," she added.
A: 1. drooling over ~ = look at ~ intensely with extreme pleasure or anticipation
for drooling over footage of her = for intensely, eagerly searching through video footage of her (to search for any small mistakes she makes, so they can get the pleasure of publicly mocking her)

2. She meant to say "branch of government". The three branches of the US government are the executive branch (the President and the White House), the legislative branch (Congress) and the judicial branch (the Supreme Court). She accidentally used "chamber", which is the term for the parts of Congress.

People are criticizing her for it because she is a young leftist politician who did not go to a prestigious university or have any prior political experience, and her rivals show small mistakes like this to suggest that she is too inexperienced and stupid to hold her new office.
Q: I watched some footages of their concerts, but the vocalist didn't have enough voice. He is much worse than the CD. Does this sound natural?
A: Oh, I forgot to say, but if you say "He is much worse than the CD", then that means that the CD is bad and he's even worse live. I think you mean "He doesn't sound as good as he does on the CD".
Q: I like the footage in the end / beginning of the video
or
I like the footage at the end / beginning of the video?...

these two get to me all the time!!!
A: I think the correct usage would be "I liked the footage at the end/beginning of the video" because you are specifically talking about something at a point in the video.

I was researching online to see if anyone had any examples and found this:

Which one is correct?
1. "In the beginning of the process, flour is mixed with sugar in a machine for about 5 minutes."
2. "At the beginning of the process, flour is mixed with sugar in a machine for about 5 minutes."

1) "The beginning of the process" has duration. At some time during the phase of the process that is considered to be the beginning, ...
There may be steps before and after this that are considered to be part of "the beginning of the process."

2) "The beginning of the process" is a point in time. The first thing you do is mix flour with sugar.

So both can be used depending on the situation, but for the situation you described then "I liked the footage at the end/beginning of the video" would be the correct one. I hoped I helped a bit😅
Q: Rare footage. The extremly fast slug was get caught on a slo-mo camera. Does this sound natural?
A: @userhi: "was caught".

I want to see this slug lol

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