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1 RESOURCE DESCRIPTION AND ACCESS: A COBEC WORKSHOP JANUARY 31, 2014 HEATHER BATTENBERG HEATHER.BATTENBERG@BAINBRIDGE.EDU BAINBRIDGE STATE COLLEGE Cataloging in RDA: Audio/Visual Materials

2 Fixed Fields Field NameValueDescription Typegkroijgkroij Projected medium Two-dimensional nonprojected graphic Three-dimensional nonprojected graphic Kits Nonmusical sound recording Musical sound recording BLvla, b, c, d, i, m, sa: Monographic component part m: Monograph/Item DesciISBD ELvl(blank) I Full-level (PCC) Full-level input by OCLC participants Form(blank) o q None of the following (default) Online (formerly “s”) Direct electronic (formerly “s”) Srce(blank) c d National bibliographic agency (DLC) Cooperative cataloging program (add 042) Other (default if not PCC)

3 Fixed Fields Field NameValueDescription Audn(blank) g j Unknown or unspecified General Juvenile DtStbresptqnbresptqn B.C. date Reprint/Original date Detailed date (yyyy,mmdd) Single date (Date 1) Distribution/production date Publication and copyright date Questionable date (range: 19uu,20uu) Unknown date (uuuu,uuuu) Ctrl(blank) a No specific type of control Archival MRec(blank)Not a modified record Langeng3-letter language code CtrybhCountry of publication code

4 Fixed Fields (Type g) Field NameValueDescription TMatvVideorecording GPub(blank)Not a government publication Techaclnuzaclnuz Animation Animation and live action Live action Not applicable Unknown Other Time--- 001-999 000 nnn Unknown length Enter leading zeroes If the length exceeds three digits Not a motion picture or videorecording

5 Fixed Fields (Type i or j) Field NameValueDescription Part(blank) d e f n u No parts in hand or not specified Instrumental and vocal parts Instrumental parts Vocal parts Not applicable Unknown FMusnNot applicable CompnnNot applicable TrArnNot applicable LTxtn _ (default) # Not applicable (musical scores) Musical recordings AccM(blank)No accompanying matter

6 007 – Physical Description Fixed Field ResourceValue of $aAdditional Subfields Electronic Resourcec$b $d $e $f $g $h $i $j $k $l Motion Picturem$b $d $e $f $g $h $i $j Nonprojected Graphick$b $d $e $f Projected Graphicg$b $d $e $f $g $h $i Sound Recordings$b $d $e $f $g $h $i $j $k $l $m $n Videorecordingv$b $d $e $f $g $h $i Unspecifiedz$b m (multiple physical forms) $b u (unspecified) $b z (other)

7 01X-09X Number and Code Fields

8 02x FieldIndicatorsDescriptionExamples 020__ISBN: 10- 0r 13-digit $q qualifying information 020 ;__; $a 0379005514 $q volume 1 020 ;__; $a 0379005506 $q set 0241_UPC: 12-digit $c Terms of availability $d Additional codes $z Canceled/invalid standard code $2 Source of number or code 024 ;1_; $a 093228062929 0243_EAN: 13-digit 024 ;3_; $a 9790008084140 $c Rental material 0247_DOI or EIDR 024 ;7_; $a 10.3133/of2007-1047 $2 doi 02842$a Publisher number $b Source [publisher] $q qualifying information [videorecordings] 028 ;42; $a 440 073 032-9 $b Deutsche Grammophon $q set and guide 028 ;42; $a 440 073 033-9 $b Deutsche Grammophon $q disc 1 028 ;42; $a 440 073 034-9 $b Deutsche Grammophon $q disc 1 02802 028 ;02; $a 438 953-2 $b Philips Classic $q set 028 ;02; $a 438 954-2 $b Philips Classic $q disc 1 028 ;02; $a 438 955-2 $b Philips Classic $q disc 2

9 04x FieldIndicatorsDescriptionExamples 040__$a... $b eng $e rda $c... 040;__; $a BZ-BcNLS $b eng $e rda $c BZ-BcNLS 0410_No dubbing, alternative soundtrack, or subtitles 041 ;0_; $a fre $a eng [in both French (predominant) and English] 041 ;0_; $d rus $g eng [in Russian with program notes in English] 0411_$a Lang. code in 008 $a Additional lang. $d Lang. code for sound recordings $k Intermediate translations $j Subtitles $h Dubbed or original lang. if translated $041 ;1_; $a eng $h fre [in English, translated from French] $041 ;1_; $a eng $j ger [in English, with German subtitles] 043__Geographic area code [nonfiction films] 043 ;__; $a ncbh-- [Belize--Antiquities.] 043 ;__; $a n-mx--- $a n-us--- [Mexicans--United States.] 046__$k Special coded dates [date of creation] $k Beginning date for series $l End date 046 ;__; $k 19981022 [item created on October 22, 1998] 047__Form of Musical Composition [Comp: mu] 047;__; $a bl $a jz [has both blues and jazz] 048__$b Soloist $a Performer or ensemble 048;__; $b tb01 $a oa [concerto for guitar and orchestra]

10 1XX Main Entries

11 100, 110, 111 – Authorized Access Point 6.27.1.2 – Works Created by One Person, Family, or Corporate Body  Construct the authorized access point representing the work by combining (in this order):  The authorized access point representing that person, family, or corporate body, formulated according to the guidelines and instructions given under 9.19.1 for persons, 10.10.1 for families, or 11.13.1 for corporate bodies, as applicable  The preferred title for the work, formulated according to the instructions given under 6.2.2 110;2_; $a Coldplay (Musical group). $t Parachutes 6.27.1.3 – Collaborative Works  Construct the authorized access point representing the work by combining (in this order):  The authorized access point representing the person, family, or corporate body with principal responsibility for the work, formulated according to the guidelines and instructions given under 9.19.1, etc.  The preferred title for the work, formulated according to the instructions given under 6.2.2 100;1_; $a Bishop, Henry R. $q (Henry Rowley), $d 1786-1855. $t Faustus Resource described: Faustus : a musical romance / composed by T. Cooke, Charles E. Horn, and Henry R. Bishop Bishop’s name is given typographic prominence, appearing in all uppercase letters and in a larger and different typeface from that of the others  Exceptions (Motion pictures, etc.)  For motion pictures, videos, video games, etc., construct the authorized access point representing the work using the preferred title for the work, formulated according to the instructions given under 6.2.2. 130;0_; $a Gunner palace Resource described: Gunner palace / Palm Pictures presents a Nomados film ; produced, written, and directed by Michael Tucker and Petra Epperlein

12 100, 110, 111 – Authorized Access Point 18.5 – Relationship Designator  18.5.1.1 – Scope  “A relationship designator is a designator that indicates the nature of the relationship between a resource and a person, family, or corporate body associated with that resource represented by an authorized access point and/or identifier.”  18.5.1.3 – Recording Relationship Designators  “Record one or more appropriate terms from the list in appendix I with an identifier and/or authorized access point representing the person, family, or corporate body to indicate the nature of the relationship more specifically than is indicated by the defined scope of the relationship element itself.” 100 ($e) 100;#_; $a …, $e author. 100;#_; $a …, $e composer (expression) 100;#_; $a …, $e filmmaker. 100;#_; $a …, $e singer. 110 ($e) 111 ($j)

13 130 – Preferred Title 6.2.2 – Preferred Title for the Work  6.2.2.1 – Scope  “The preferred title for the work is the title or form of title chosen as the basis for the authorized access point representing that work.”  6.2.2.2 – Sources of Information  For a work created after 1500... Resources embodying the work or reference sources 130;0_; $a Hamlet Preferred title for work by Shakespeare first published under the title: The tragicall historie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke  For a work created before 1501... Reference sources, modern editions, early editions, manuscript copies 130;0_; $a Beowulf

14 130 – Preferred Title 6.3 – Form of Work  6.3.1.1 – Scope  “Form of work is a class or genre to which a work belongs.” 130;0_; $a War of the worlds (Motion picture) 130;0_; $a War of the worlds (Radio program) 130;0_; $a War of the worlds (Television program) 6.4 – Date of Work  6.4.1.1 – Scope  “Date of work is the earliest date associated with a work.” When the work was created or first published or released  6.4.1.3 – Recording Date of Work  “Record dates in terms of the calendar preferred by the agency creating the date... by giving the year or years alone.” 130;0_; $a Ocean’s eleven (Motion picture : 1960) Date of release of a motion picture titled Ocean’s eleven 130;0_; $a Ocean’s eleven (Motion picture : 2001) Date of release of another motion picture titled Ocean’s eleven 130;0_; $a Paris is burning (Motion picture : 1987-1989) Date of creation of the motion picture Paris is burning. Film was copyrighted in 1990 and shown at festivals that same year, but not released commercially until 1991.

15 130 – Preferred Title 6.5 – Place of Origin of the Work  6.5.1.1 – Scope  “Place of origin of the work is the country or territorial jurisdiction from which a work originated.”  6.5.1.3 – Recording Place of Origin of the Work  “Record the place of origin of the work in the form prescribed in chapter 16.” 130;0_; $a Big brother (Television program : Australia) Place of origin of a television program titled Big brother 130;0_; $a Big brother (Television program : Netherlands) Place of origin of a television program titled Big brother 6.6 – Other Distinguishing Characteristic of the Work  130;0_; $a Harlow (Motion picture : 1965 : Douglas)  Surname of the director of a 1965 motion picture titled Harlow  130;0_; $a Harlow (Motion picture : 1965 : Segal)  Surname of the director of a 1965 motion picture titled Harlow  130;0_; $a Othello (Television program : Canadian Broadcasting Corporation)  Production company of a 1963 television program titled Othello  130;0_; $a Othello (Television program : WOR-TV (Television station : New York, N.Y.))  Production company of a different 1963 television program titled Othello

16 130 – Preferred Title 6.10 – Date of Expression ($f)  130;0_; $a Blade runner $f 1992  A revised version of the 1982 motion picture  [130;0_; $a Blade runner (Motion picture : Director’s cut)] Check to see if an authorized access point exists for an expression of a work 6.11 – Language of Expression ($l)  130;0_; $a Ada apa dengan Cinta? $l Indonesian  The original motion picture in Indonesian  130;0_; $a Handel’s Messiah in Chinese $l Chinese  A sound recording of a performance of a Chinese translation of the oratorio  130;0_; $a Anarkali = Anārkalī $l Hindi $l English  A Hindi motion picture with English subtitles

17 130 – Preferred Title 6.12 – Other Distinguishing Characteristic of the Expression  $k – Form subheading  100;1_; $a Banks, Russell, $d 1940-  240;10; $t Continental drift. $k Selections An audio recording of Russell Banks reading excerpts from his novel Continental drift  $o – Arranged statement for music  $o arr.  $s – Version  130;0_; $a Blade runner $s Director’s cut The 1992 revised version of the 1982 motion picture Blade runner [130;0_; $a Blade runner (Motion picture : Director’s cut)] Check to see if an authorized access point exists for an expression of a work  130;0_; $a Blade runner $s Final cut The 2007 revised version of the 1982 motion picture Blade runner [130;0_; $a Blade runner (Motion picture : Final cut)] Check to see if an authorized access point exists for an expression of a work

18 20X-24X Title and Title-Related Fields

19 245 – Title Statement Sources of Information  2.2.2.1 – General Guidelines  “When choosing a preferred source of information, treat both the storage medium (e.g., paper, tape, film) and any housing (e.g., a cassette, a cartridge) that is an integral part of the resource as part of the resource itself.”  “Treat a container such as a box in which a game or kit is issued as part of the resource itself. Treat a container that is not issued as part of the resource (e.g., a box or case made by the owner) as a source outside the resource itself.”

20 245 – Title Statement Sources of Information  2.2.2.3 – Resources Consisting of Moving Images  “If the resource consists of moving images (e.g., a film reel, a videodisc, a video game, an MPEG video file), use the title frame or frames, or title screen or screens, as the preferred source of information.”  Alternative “Use an eye-readable label bearing a title that is permanently printed on or affixed to the resource (excluding accompanying textual material or a container) in preference to the title frame or frames, or title screen or screens.”  If the resource does not contain a title frame or title screen... A label on a videodisc Embedded metadata in textual form that contains a title [MPEG video file]

21 245 – Title Statement 2.3.1.4 – Recording Titles  “Transcribe a title as it appears on the source of information.”  245;00; $a Sechs Partiten für Flöte  245;00; $a Heirarchy in organizations Title misspelled and should read: Hierarchy in organizations  Exceptions – Inaccuracies  “When transcribing the title proper of a serial or integrating resource, correct obvious typographic errors, and make a note giving the title as it appears on the source of information.” 245;00; $a Housing starts Source of information on v. 1, no. 1 reads: Housing sarts

22 246 – Varying Form of Title 2.20.2.4 – Title Variations, Inaccuracies, and Deletions  246;3_; $a Beauty and the beast  Title proper recorded as: 245 ;10; Beauty & the beast  246;1_; $i Vol. 3 has title: $a California connection  Title proper recorded as: 245 ;04; The Bluegrass album  246;1_; $i Title should read: $a Hierarchy in organizations  Title proper recorded as: 245 ;00; $a Heirarchy in organizations  246;1_; $i Title appears on v. 1, no. 1 as: $a Housing sarts  Title proper recorded as: 245 ;00; $a Housing starts

23 245/246 – Note on Title 2.20.2 – Note on Title (add a 500 field)  “A note on title is a note providing information on the source from which a title was taken, the date the title was viewed, variations in titles, inaccuracies, deletions, etc., or other information relating to a title.” 2.20.2.3 – Title Source  Title Proper  500;__; $a Title from container.  500;__; $a Title from descriptive insert.  500;__; $a Title from menu.  Parallel Title Proper  500;__; $a French title from cover.

24 25X-28X Edition, Imprint, Etc. Fields

25 250 – Edition Statement 2.5 – Edition Statement  2.5.1.4 – Recording Edition Statements  “Transcribe... as it appears on the source of information.” 250;__; $a World’s classic ed., New ed. rev. Future RDA changes allow multiple 250 fields for additional edition statements 250;__; $a Second edition. 250;__; $a 52nd edition. 250;__; $a Director’s cut.

26 257 – Country of Producing Entity The full form of the name of the countries where the principal offices of the producing entity(ies) of a resource are located (corresponds to field 245 $c). Subfields  $a Country of producing entity  257;__; $a United States.  257;__; $a Spain ; Italy ; Austria.  257;__; $a [Place of publication not identified].  $2 Source  257;__; $a United States $2 naf  257;__; $a France ; $a Germany ; $a Italy $2 naf

27 264 - Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice Indicators  First Indicator – Sequence of Statements  _ – Not applicable/No information provided/Earliest Used when a resource is first cataloged  2 – Intervening  3 – Current/Latest  Second Indicator – Function of Entity  0 – Production  1 – Publication  2 – Distribution  3 – Manufacture  4 – Copyright Notice Date [only contains subfield $c]

28 264 - Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice Subfields  $a Place of production, publication, distribution, manufacture  $b Name of producer, publisher, distributer, manufacturer  $c Date of production, publication, distribution, manufacture, or copyright notice  2.11.1.3 – Recording Copyright Dates 264;_4; $c ©2002 264;_4; $c copyright 2005 264;_4; $c ℗ 1983 [sound recordings] 264;_4; $c phonogram 1993 [sound recordings] 2.7.2.6 / 2.8.2.6 / 2.9.2.6 / 2.10.2.6  Place of Publication Not Identified in the Resource  264;_1; $a [Place of publication not identified] : $b ABC Publishers, $c 2009. 2.7.4.7 / 2.8.4.7 / 2.9.4.7 / 2.10.4.7  No Publisher Identified  264;_1; $a Boston : $b [publisher not identified], $c 2010. 2.7.6.6 / 2.8.6.6 / 2.9.6.6 / 2.10.6.6  Date of Publication Not Identified in the Resource  264;_1; $a Washington, D.C. : $b International Republican Institute, $c [date of publication not identified]  LC-PCC PS 264;_1; $a New York, New York : $b Dell Publishing Co., Inc., $c [1972] 264;_1; $a New York, N.Y. : $b New York Labor News Company, $c [1961]

29 3XX Physical Description, Etc. Fields

30 300 – Physical Description 3.1.1 – Sources of Information  “Base the description of the carrier or carriers on evidence presented by the resource itself, or on any accompanying material or container. If desired, take additional evidence from any source.” 3.3.1.3 – Recording Carrier Type ($a)  $a audio disc$a computer disc$a videocassette  $a audiocassette$a online resource$a videodisc 3.4.1.3 – Recording Extent  3.4.1.7 – Number of Subunits  300;__; $a 1 computer disc (1 audio file, 3 video files)  7.22 – Duration [motion pictures and videorecordings, sound recordings]  300;__; $a 1 videocassette (75 min.)  300;__; $a 3 audio discs (approximately 3 hr.)

31 300 – Physical Description Other Physical Details ($b) [ visual materials]  7.17 – Colour Content  7.17.2.3 – Recording Colour of Still Images $b black and white $b black and white (tinted), black and white (toned), black and white (tinted and toned) $b grey scale [digital still images] $b sepia $b color Use for more than two colors; otherwise, name the color or colors  7.17.3.3 – Recording Colour of Moving Images [see 7.17.2.3 above] Combination of color and black and white [see also 7.17.1.4] $b color with black and white sequences $b black and white with color introductory sequence  7.18 – Sound Content  7.18.1.3 – Recording Sound Content $b sound $b silent [motion pictures and videorecordings]

32 300 – Physical Description Other Physical Details ($b) [audio materials]  3.16 – Sound Characteristic  3.16.2.3 – Type of Recording  3.16.3.3 – Recording Medium  3.16.4.3 – Playing Speed  3.16.5.3 – Groove Characteristic  3.16.6.3 – Track Configuration  3.16.7.3 – Tape Configuration  3.16.8.3 – Configuration of Playback Channels  3.16.9.3 – Special Playback Characteristics

33 300 – Physical Description 3.5 – Dimensions ($c)  3.5.1.1 – Scope  “Dimensions are the measurements of the carrier or carriers and/or the container of a resource... [and] include measurements of height, width, depth, length, gauge, and diameter.”  3.5.1.3 – Recording Dimensions  “Unless instructed otherwise, record dimensions in centimetres to the next whole centimetre up, using the metric symbol cm.”  LC-PCC PS: Use inches for discs and for all audio carriers 300;__; $a 1 videocassette (3o min.) : $b sound, color ; $c 1/2 in. 300;__; $a 1 videodisc (40 min.) : $b sound, color ; $c 4 3/4 in.

34 300 – Physical Description 3.1.4 – Resources Consisting of More Than One Carrier Type  LC-PCC PS  Treat one component as the predominant component and the other component(s) as accompanying material  Either provide an additional 300 field or use subfield $e 300;__; $a [carrier information for main part] 300;__; $a 1 map : $b color ; $c 25 x 35 cm 300;__; $a [carrier information for main part] + $e 2 audio discs (digital ; 4 3/4 in.) Do not repeat subfield $e; use additional plus signs (+) for each accompanying material 300;__; $a 11 slides : $b color + $e 1 sound disc (30 min. : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 14 in.) + 1 script  3.3.1.3 – Recording Carrier Type  “Record the type of carrier [for the accompanying material] using one or more of the terms listed below.” LC-PCC PS “Catalogers may use a term in common usage.” 300;__; $a [carrier information for main part] + $e 1 USB flash drive

35 300/306 – Playing Time 7.22 – Duration  7.22.1.1 – Scope  “ Duration is the playing time, running time, etc., of the content of a resource.”  “Duration also includes performance time for a resource containing notated music or notated movement.”  7.22.1.3 – Playing Time, Running Time, Etc.  c) “If the total playing time, running time, etc., is neither stated on the resource nor readily ascertainable, record an approximate time preceded by approximately.” 306;__; $a 013000 [300;__; $a … (approximately 90 min.)] Approximate total playing time of the content of 2 film reels  d) “If the total playing time, running time, etc., cannot be approximated, omit it.”  Optional Addition (add a 500 field to indicate the outside resource) “If the actual playing time, running time, etc., differs significantly from the time stated on the resource, record the stated playing time followed by that is and the actual playing time, running time, etc. Indicate that the information was taken from a source outside the resource itself as instructed under 2.2.4.”  7.22.1.5 – Duration of Individual Parts  306;__; $a 001700 $a 002300 $a 000900 [300;__; $a … (17 min.; 23 min.; 9 min.)]

36 336 – Content Type 6.9.1.1 – Scope  “Content type is a categorization reflecting the fundamental form of communication in which the content is expressed and the human sense through which it is intended to be perceived.” 6.9.1.3 – Recording Content Type  “Record the type of content contained in the resource using one or more terms listed in table 6.1. Record as many terms as are applicable to the resource being described.”  336;__; $a performed music $2 rdacontent [Type j]  336;__; $a sounds $2 rdacontent [Type i]  336;__; $a spoken word $2 rdacontent [Type i]  336;__; $a three-dimensional moving image $2 rdacontent [Type g]  336;__; $a two-dimensional moving image $2 rdacontent [Type g]  336;__; $a other $2 rdacontent [Type o]  336;__; $a unspecified $2 rdacontent Subfield $3  Materials specified  336;__; $3 liner notes $a text $2 rdacontent

37 337 – Media Type 3.2.1.1 – Scope  “Media type is a categorization reflecting the general type of intermediation device required to view, play, run, etc., the content of a resource.” 3.2.1.3 – Recording Media Type  “Record the media type using one or more of the terms listed in table 3.1.”  337;__; $a audio $2 rdamedia [007 $a s (sound recording)]  337;__; $a computer $2 rdamedia [007 $a c (electronic resource)]  337;__; $a projected $2 rdamedia [007 $a g OR $a m]  337;__; $a unmediated $2 rdamedia [007 $a k (nonprojected graphic]  337;__; $a video $2 rdamedia [007 $a v (videorecording)]  337;__; $a other $2 rdamedia [007 $a z (unspecified)]  337;__; $a unspecified $2 rdamedia [007 $a z (unspecified)] Subfield $3  Materials specified  337;__; $3 liner notes $a unmediated $2 rdamedia

38 338 – Carrier Type 3.3.1.1 – Scope  “Carrier type is a categorization reflecting the format of the storage medium and housing of a carrier in combination with the type of intermediation device required to view, play, run, etc., the content of a resource.” 3.3.1.3 – Recording Carrier Type  “Record the type of carrier used to convey the content of the resource using one or more of the terms listed below. Record as many terms as are applicable to the resource being described.”  338;__; $a audio disc $2 rdacarrier  338;__; $a audiocassette $2 rdacarrier  338;__; $a computer disc $2 rdacarrier  338;__; $a online resource $2 rdacarrier  338;__; $a videocassette $2 rdacarrier  338;__; $a videodisc $2 rdacarrier  338;__; $a volume $2 rdacarrier [if field 300 has a subfield $e] Subfield $3  Materials specified  338;__; $3 liner notes $a sheet $2 rdacarrier

39 Multiple 336, 337, and 338 Fields Enhanced CDs  Example from Memorial University of Newfoundland  500;__; $a Enhanced compact disc: Contains the video for “She still guides me”. 300;__; $a 1 audio disc (12 audio files, 1 video file) : $b digital, CD audio, sound ; $c 12 cm 336;__; $a performed music $2 rdacontent 336;__; $a two-dimensional moving image $2 rdacontent 337;__; $a audio $2 rdamedia 337;__; $a video $2 rdamedia 338;__; $a audio disc $2 rdacarrier Media as Accompanying Material  Sammy Keyes and the art of deception / by Wendelin Van Draanen  505;0_; On CD: $t An interview with Wendelin van Draanen $g (23:37) -- $t A reading from Sammy Keyes and the search for Snake Eyes $g (11:38) -- $t The Sammy Keyes song $g (3:57) 300;__; $a 272 pages ; $c 22 cm + $e 1 audio disc (39 min., 12 sec. : digital, CD audio, sound ; 4 3/4 in.) 336;__; $a text $2 rdacontent 336;__; $a spoken word $2 rdacontent 336;__; $a performed music $2 rdacontent 337;__; $a unmediated $2 rdamedia 337;__; $a audio $2 rdamedia 338;__; $a volume $2 rdacarrier 338;__; $a audio disc $2 rdacarrier [add 340, 344, 347 fields as well] Reminder: $3 CD

40 340 – Physical Medium Subfield $3  Materials specified Subfield $b  Dimensions  Same as field 300 subfield $c Examples  340;__; $3 CD $b 4 3/4 in.  340;__; $3 DVD $b 4 3/4 in.  340;__; $3 DVD-R $b 4 3/4 in.  340;__; $3 Blu-Ray $b 4 3/4 in.

41 344 – Sound Characteristics 3.16.2 – Type of Recording  $a analog [videotapes]  344;__; $a analog $c 33 1/3 rpm $g stereo  $a digital [digital discs, online materials with sound]  344;__; $a digital $b optical $g surround $h Dolby Digital 5.1 $2 rda Dolby Digital is generally considered to be an appropriate RDA term, even if not included on the list. 3.16.3 Recording Medium  $b magnetic [videotapes]  $b magneto-optical  $b optical [DVD, CD-ROM, Blu-ray] 3.16.8 – Configuration of Playback Channels  $g mono$g stereo$g quadrophonic$g surround 3.16.9 – Special Playback Characteristic  $h CCIR standard$h Dolby$h Dolby-C encoded  $h CX encoded$h Dolby-A encoded$h LPCM  $h dbx encoded$h Dolby-B encoded$h NAB standard Subfield $2 rda  Only if all listed terms are appropriate according to RDA rules

42 345 – Projection Characteristics of Moving Image 3.17.2 – Presentation Format ($a)  CineramaPanavision  Cinemiraclestandard silent aperture  Circaramastandard sound aperture  IMAXstereoscopic  multiprojectortechniscope  multiscreen3D 3.17.3 – Projection Speed ($b)  fps (frames per second) Subfield $2 rda  Only if all listed terms are appropriate according to RDA rules  345;__; $a 3D $b 48 fps $2 rda  345;__; $a Cinerama $b 24 fps $2 rda  345;__; $a Disney Digital 3-D

43 346 – Video Characteristics [analog] 3.18.2 – Video Format ($a)  $a Beta$a EIAJ$a Quadruplex  $a Betacam$a 8 mm$a Super-VHS  $a Betacam SP$a Hi-8 mm$a Type C  $a CED$a Laser optical$a U-matic  $a D-2$a M-II$a VHS 3.18.3 – Broadcast Standard ($b)  $b HDTV$b PAL  $b NTSC$b SECAM Subfield $2 rda  Only if all listed terms are appropriate according to RDA rules  346;__; $a VHS $b NTSC $2 rda

44 347 – Digital File Characteristic 3.19.2 – File Type ($a)  $a audio file$a image file$a text file  $a data file$a program file$a video file 3.19.3 – Encoding Format ($b)  Audio encoding formats  $b CD audio$b DVD audio$b RealAudio$b WAV  $b DAISY$b MP3$b SACD  Image encoding formats  $b BMP$b JPEG$b PNG  $b GIF$b JPEG2000$b TIFF  Video encoding formats  $b Blu-Ray$b HD-DVD$b RealVideo$ Windows media  $b DVD-R$b MPEG-4$b SVCD  $b DVD video$b Quicktime$b VCD

45 347 – Digital File Characteristic 3.19.4 – File Size ($c)  Kilobytes (KB), megabytes (MB), gigabytes (GB) 3.19.5 – Resolution ($d)  Pixels, megapixels  347;__; $a image file $b JPEG $d 3.1 megapixels $2 rda 3.19.6 – Regional Encoding ($e)  347;__; $a video file $b DVD video $e region 4 $2 rda  347;__; $a video file $b Blu-Ray $e all regions $2 rda 3.19.7 – Transmission Speed ($f)  kbps – kilobytes per second  347;__; $a audio file $b MP3 $f 32 kbps $2 rda Subfield $2 rda  Only if all listed terms are appropriate according to RDA rules

46 380 – Form of Work 6.3 – Form of Work  6.3.1.1 – Scope  “Form of work is a class or genre to which a work belongs.”  6.3.1.2 – Sources of Information  “Take information on form of work from any source.”  6.3.1.3 – Recording Form of Work  380;__; Motion picture  380;__; Radio program  380;__; Television program

47 5XX Notes Fields

48 538 – System Details 3.16.9 – Special Playback Characteristic 3.18 – Video Characteristic 3.19.3 – Encoding Format 3.19.5 – Resolution 3.19.6 – Regional Encoding 3.19.7 – Encoded Bitrate 3.20 – Equipment or System Requirement Examples  538;__; $a DVD, region 1, NTSC; anamorphic widescreen (2.35:1) presentation; Dolby Digital 5.1.  538;__; $a Blu-ray disc; widescreen presentation; Dolby Digital, 1080p High Definition; requires Blu- ray player.  538;__; $a Streaming video file.  538;__; $a System requirements for DVD-ROM features: PC; Microsoft Windows 95 or higher; DVD- ROM drive.  538;__; $a System requirements: CD/MP3 player or PC with MP3-capable software.

49 546 – Language 7.12 – Language of the Content  546;__; $a Sung in French.  546;__; $a French dialogue; English subtitles.  546;__; $a Dubbed into English.  546;__; $a Captions in Spanish. 7.14 – Accessibility Content  546;__; $a Closed captioning in German.  546;__; $a Includes subtitles.  546;__; $a Open signed in American Sign language.

50 511 – Participant or Performer (Cast) 7.23 – Performer, Narrator, and/or Presenter  7.23.1.2 – Sources of Information  “Take information... from any source.”  7.23.1.3 – Recording Performers, Narrators, and/or Presenters  “Record the names of performers, narrators, and/or presenters, if they are considered to be important. For performers of music, indicate the medium in which each performs.” 511 ;0_; $a Backing by Coral Reefer Band. 511 ;0_; $a Piano: Joshua Rifkin. 511 ;0_; $a Budapest String Quartet (J. Roisman and A. Schneider, violins; B. Kroyt, viola; M. Schneider, cello) 511 ;0_; $a Presenter: Jackie Glanville. 511 ;1_; $a [Cast:] Laurence Harvey, Mia Farrow, Lionel Stander, Harry Andrews. 511 ;1_; $a [Cast:] Gilles Behat (Charles IV), Jean Deschamps (Charles de Valois), Hélène Duc (Mahaut d’Artois)

51 518 – Date/Time and Place of an Event 7.11 – Place and Date of Capture  7.11.1.1 – Scope  “Place and date of capture are the place and date associated with the capture (i.e., recording, filming, etc.) of the content of a resource.”  7.11.2.3 – Recording Place of Capture  “Record the place of capture, naming the specific studio, concert hall, etc., if applicable, in addition to the name of the city, etc. 518 ;__; $a Paradise Studios, Sydney 518 ;__; $a Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.  7.11.3.3 – Recording Date of Capture  “Record the date of capture, giving the year, month, day, and time, as applicable.“ 518 ;__; $a 1997 April 22-23 518 ;__; $a 2002 September 13

52 508 – Creation/Production Credits 7.24 – Artistic and/or Technical Credit  7.24.1.2 – Sources of information  “Take information... from any source.”  7.24.1.3 – Recording Artistic and/or Technical Credit  “Record the names of persons, families, or corporate bodies who have contributed to the artistic and/or technical production of a motion picture or video recording other than as performers, narrators, or presenters. Do not include the names of assistants, associates, etc., or any other persons making only a minor contribution. Preface each name or group of names with a statement of function.” 508;__; $a Screenplay, Harold Pinter ; music, John Dankworth ; camera, Gerry Fisher ; editor, Reginald Beck. 508;__; $a Script, John Taylor ; calligraphy and design, Alan Haigh ; commentator, Derek G. Holroyde

53 500 – Aspect Ratio 7.19 – Aspect Ratio  7.19.1.1 – Scope  “Aspect ratio is the ratio of the width to the height of a moving image.”  7.19.1.3 – Recording Aspect Ratio  Use one or more terms from the list below: full screen [ratios of less than 1.5:1] wide screen [ratios of 1.5:1 or greater] mixed [multiple aspect ratios within the same work]  Record the numerical ratio in standard format with a denominator of 1 500;__; $a Wide screen (2.35:1) 500;__; $a Full screen (1.33:1) 500;__; $a Wide screen (1.85:1); full screen (1.33:1)

54 521 – Target Audience 7.7 – Intended Audience  7.7.1.1 – Scope  “Intended audience is the class of user for which the content of a resource is intended, or for whom the content is considered suitable, as defined by age group (e.g., children, young adults, adults), educational level (e.g., primary, secondary), type of disability, or other categorization.” 521;__; Recommended for mature audiences. 521;_8; MPAA rating: PG-13.

55 520 – Summary, etc. 7.2 – Nature of the Content  520;__; $a Field recording of birdsong.  520;__; $a Singspiel in two acts. 7.10 – Summarization of the Content  520;__; $a Episodes from the novels, Dune, Children of Dune, Dune messiah, read by the author and connected with new material.  520;__; $a Uses the children’s tale of Goldilocks and the three bears in a program of Spanish language instruction. Subfield $c – Assigning source  520;__; $a “Summary text …”-- $c Provided by publisher.

56 505 – Formatted Contents Basic Contents Note  505;0_; $a The fourth millennium / Henry Brant (9:00) -- Music for brass quintet (14:00) Enhanced Contents Note  505;00; $t Seven sides of a crystal $r (Peter Takacs, piano) $g (11:54) ; $t Beyond the wheel $r (Gregory Fulkerson, violin ; Oberlin Wind Ensemble ; Larry Rachleff, conductor) $g (9:28) / $r Edward J. Miller -- $t Snap! $r (Oberlin Contemporary Music Ensemble ; Larry Rachleff, conductor) $g (6:55) ; $t Blue like an orange $r (Oberlin Contemporary Music Ensemble ; Rachleff, conductor) $g (9:43) / $r Michael Daughterty.

57 500 – Other Notes Accompanying material  500;__; $a Program notes by Phillip Ramey on album. Related works/expressions/manifestations  500;__; $a Based on the novel by [author’s name].  500;__; $a Based on characters created by [author’s name].  500;__; $a Based on: [title of work] / [creator’s name]. Edition and history  500;__; $a Originally released as a motion picture in [date].  500;__; $a Originally broadcast in [date] on [television series]. Supplementary content/Special features  500;__; $a Special features: Audio commentary ; Trailers.

58 586 – Awards 7.28 – Award  7.28.1.1 – Scope  “An award is a formal recognition of excellence, etc., for the content of a resource given by an award- or prize-granting body.” 586;8_; $a Academy Award: Best Documentary Feature 586;8_; $a Academy Award: Best Actress, Diane Keaton; Best Director, Woody Allen; Best Picture; Best Writing, 1978

59 PROJECTED MEDIUMS NONMUSICAL SOUND RECORDINGS MUSICAL SOUND RECORDINGS Checklists of MARC Fields

60 Projected Mediums [moving images] 008: TMat; GPub; Tech; Time [leader] 007;__; $a v $b $d $e $f $g $h $i 040;__; $a … $b eng $e rda $c … 020;__; $a [if applicable] 024;#_; $a 028;##; $a $b 041;#_; $a $k $j $h 046;__; $k 050;##; $a $b 1xx;#_; $a, $e 245;##; $a : $b / $c 246;##; $a [if applicable] 250;__; $a [if applicable] 257;__; $a $2 naf 264;_#; $a : $b, $c 300;__; $a : $b ; $c 336;__; $a $2 rdacontent 337;__; $a $2 rdamedia 338;__; $a $2 rdacarrier 340;__; $3 $b 344;__; $a $b $g $h $2 rda 345;__; $a $b $2 rda [if applicable] 346;__; $a $2 rda [if applicable] 347;__; $a $b $e $2 rda 380;__; $a 490;#_; $a ; $v [if applicable] 500;__; $a [note on title] 538;__; $a 546;__; $a 500;__; $a [details on accompanying material] 511;#_; $a 518;__; $a 508;__; $a 500;__; $a [aspect ratio] 521;#_; $a [if applicable] 520;__; $a 505;##; $a [if applicable] 586;#_; $a [if applicable] 6xx;##; $a 7xx;#_; $a 76x-787;##; $a [if applicable] 8xx;##; $a ; $v [if applicable]

61 Nonmusical Sound Recordings 008: Part; FMus; Comp; TrAr; LTxt; AccM [leader] 007;__; $a s $b $d $e $f $g $h $i $j $k $l $m $n 040;__; $a … $b eng $e rda $c … 020;__; $a [if applicable] 024;#_; $a 028;##; $a $b 041;#_; $a $k $j $h 050;##; $a $b 1xx;#_; $a, $e 245;##; $a : $b / $c 246;##; $a [if applicable] 250;__; $a [if applicable] 264;_#; $a : $b, $c 300;__; $a : $b ; $c 306;__; $a 336;__; $a $2 rdacontent 337;__; $a $2 rdamedia 338;__; $a $2 rdacarrier 340;__; $3 $b 344;__; $a $b $g $h $2 rda 347;__; $a $b $e $2 rda 380;__; $a 490;#_; $a ; $v [if applicable] 500;__; $a [note on title] 500;__; $a [details on accompanying material] 511;#_; $a 518;__; $a 508;__; $a 521;#_; [if applicable] 520;__; $a 505;##; [if applicable] 586;#_; [if applicable] 6xx;##; $a 7xx;#_; $a 76x-787;##; $a [if applicable] 8xx;##; $a ; $v [if applicable]

62 Musical Sound Recordings 008: Part; FMus; Comp; TrAr; LTxt; AccM [leader] 007;__; $a s $b $d $e $f $g $h $i $j $k $l $m $n 040;__; $a … $b eng $e rda $c … 020;__; $a [if applicable] 024;#_; $a 028;##; $a $b 041;#_; $a $d $b $e $g $f $m $n 047;__; $a 048;__; $a 050;##; $a $b 1xx;#_; $a, $e 245;##; $a : $b / $c 246;##; $a [if applicable] 250;__; $a [if applicable] 264;_#; $a : $b, $c 300;__; $a : $b ; $c 306;__; $a 336;__; $a $2 rdacontent 337;__; $a $2 rdamedia 338;__; $a $2 rdacarrier 340;__; $3 $b 344;__; $a $b $g $h $2 rda 347;__; $a $b $e $2 rda 380;__; $a 490;#_; $a ; $v [if applicable] 500;__; $a [note on title] 500;__; $a [details on accompanying material] 511;#_; $a 518;__; $a 508;__; $a 521;#_; [if applicable] 520;__; $a 505;##; [if applicable] 586;#_; [if applicable] 6xx;##; $a 7xx;#_; $a 76x-787;##; $a [if applicable] 8xx;##; $a ; $v [if applicable]

63 APPENDIX I Relationship Designators

64 Creators (Work) Others (Work) Author  Librettist  Lyricist  Screenwriter Choreographer Compiler Composer Filmmaker Interviewee Interviewer Director  Film director  Radio director  Television director Director of photography Producer  Film producer  Radio producer  Television producer Production company Appendix I

65 Contributors (Expression) Animator Arranger of music Art director Choreographer (expression) Composer (expression) Costume designer Editor Editor of compilation Editor of moving image work Interviewee (expression) Interviewer (expression) Musical director Performer [next slide] Presenter Production designer Recording engineer Recordist Stage director Transcriber Writer of added commentary Writer of added text  Writer of added lyrics Appendix I

66 Performer (Expression) Actor Commentator Conductor Dancer Host Instrumentalist Moderator Narrator On-screen presenter Panelist Puppeteer Singer Speaker Storyteller Teacher Appendix I

67 Publishers (Manifestation) Distributors (Manifestation) Broadcaster  A person, family, or corporate body involved in broadcasting a manifestation to an audience via radio, television, webcast, etc. Film distributor  A person, family, or corporate body involved in distributing a moving image manifestation to theatres or other distribution channels Appendix I

68 Bibliography 1. OCLC. (2012 Oct.). Bibliographic formats and standards. http://www.oclc.org/bibformats/en.html http://www.oclc.org/bibformats/en.html 2. RDA: Resource Description and Access. (2011). Chicago: American Library Association; Ottawa: Canadian Library Association; London: Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals. 3. Stanford University Libraries. (2013 Nov. 20). Videos-- Cataloging (RDA). https://lib.stanford.edu/node/8543https://lib.stanford.edu/node/8543 4. Welsh, A., & Batley, S. (2012). Practical cataloguing: AACR, RDA and MARC 21. Chicago, IL: Neal-Schuman, an imprint of the American Library Association.


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