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3 DIGITAL DANCING

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7 The decline in the availability of analogue equipment and consumables is now very evident.

8 i DIGIITAL VIDEO is the Answer to archivists prayers

9 What is your Digital Strategy?  THE ‘BIG BANG’  DIGITAL ON DEMAND  STRATEGIC QUEUING

10  Is the programme intended solely for preservation?  Is digitisation part of an Access programme?  What is/are the format/formats of your original material?  How much original material do you have? Question Time  Do you have or intend to install in-house transfer facilities?

11 Guide to Commercial Video Preservation Costs Philips Formats £100 per tape + cleaning + baking* Sony Reel to Reel £120 per hour + cleaning Betamax £70 per hour + cleaning Laser Disc £65 per hour + cleaning U-Matic £70 per hour + cleaning

12 If you do decide that in-house Transfer is the best option for you the replay machines MUST BE THE BEST

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16 DIGITAL FORMAT OPTIONS Digital Video Tape D1. D2. D3. D5. D9. DV. DVCAM DVCPRO DIGI-BETA Digital MASS Digital Tape Digital Optical Disc Digital Hard Drive Digital Film?

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18 Estimated Project Cost Capital. 2 Digi-Beta Recorders (recon’) £ Sony U-Matic Players (recon’) £ Tape Cleaning Machine (recon’) £ Video Processing£ DVD Recorders£ Ancillary Equipment £ £ Budget Digi-Beta Tapes (3200) £ Equipment Maintenance £ Contingency £ 5,000 ________ £50.000

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20 WORKFLOW Remove from Vault AcclimatiseVisual Inspection Automatic Inspection & Cleaning Database Entry Simultaneous Transfer To Digi-Beta & DVD Numbering VerificationDeposit in Vault

21 Baking A very apt term, it is not unlike cake making! It can be successful or a total disaster with many mediocre results in between.  Not all tapes respond well to ‘baking’  Manufacturers batches vary  It is not a ‘permanent’ solution  Success is not guaranteed !

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29 VERIFICATION Full Verification Three Point Replay Random Replay

30 AGSSC/NSSAW Video Preservation/Migration Preservation Transfer Date: Original Reel No: Original Format: Preservation Format: Title: Verification Date:Reel No: Full Verification3 Point ReplayRandom replay Comments: Transfer By:Verification By:

31 WORKFLOW Remove from Vault AcclimatiseVisual Inspection Automatic Inspection & Cleaning Database Entry Simultaneous Transfer To Digi-Beta & DVD Numbering VerificationDeposit in Vault

32 TIMESCALE At current transfer rate we expect this Project to take about 4 years to complete

33 DIGITAL MIGRATION Digital format obsolescence will occur More rapidly than analogue, allow for Future migration programmes to maintain access

34  Define your Digital Strategy  Identify Format of Original Material  Calculate Volume Costing  In-house or Out-source  Select a Suitable Preservation Format  Plan a Practical Workflow  Ask what Others are Doing Don’t Panic

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