Video -- digital archiving

Ken Lipscomb kenl34 at earthlink.net
Fri Aug 23 10:52:01 EDT 2002


Agreed Troy.

Cheers,

Ken

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On Friday, August 23, 2002, at 10:44  AM, Ken Lipscomb wrote:

> Agreed.  This is a good way to go when the data is already digital.  
> If one was planning to replace all of the old film footage of the 
> hollywood studios, then the D2 approach might be better.  A basic 
> system to accomplish this should be easy to construct.

Right Ken. I totally agree on the use of D2 for film archival. As you 
are aware, my point was that when the source footage is VHS, and DV to 
begin with... well archiving VHS to D2 is rather like storing old 
newspapers in a gold box. It works, but the value of the newspaper 
doesn't improve any - just the cost of the storage.

;-)

I think a lot of good advise came from this list. Quite a versatile 
collection of knowledge here.

--
Troy
RPSystems, LTD
www.rpsystems.net

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