- v record before presentation, as of a broadcast
- At that point, the vampires with lines prerecord the dialogue: actors can't speak clearly with false fangs in their mouths.
- But in Ohio, Judge James McCrystal felt that the time had come to prerecord all the testimony for a trial.
- David Atkins in Vancouver Sun
In that statement, Atkins said for "international televised live spectacles of this size and scope, it is standard practice to prerecord the musical segments to ensure the integrity and security of the broadcast transmission."