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The collection ranges from works created in the late nineteenth century when the recorded sound and film industries were in their infancy, to those made in the present day.
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The moving image archive may have several manifestations of a work, each incomplete, but which .
The moving image archive may have several manifestations of a work, each incomplete, but which when taken together approximate a single whole item. It also may hold in separate physical items various manifestations that are dependent, . a separate sound track. Their provisions relate to the bibliographic records of moving image materials for generalized film and television archives, and may require elaboration in more specialized archives whose holdings are exclusively of a single format or type, .
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For sound and moving image preservation, the following stages in the . The basic technology issue for collections of moving images and sound is the necessity for digitization of all content that is currently sitting o. .
For sound and moving image preservation, the following stages in the overall process need to be kept clear: signal: the audio from a microphone, the video signal coming out of a video camera. Case Study 5: BFI and Regional Film Archives Screen Heritage UK (SHUK) project. SHUK is a large (£22. 8 million) and complex project (involving 12 regional film archives in addition to the BFI). The basic technology issue for collections of moving images and sound is the necessity for digitization of all content that is currently sitting on shelves. Audio and video need digitization for their very survival, owing to obsolescence and decay of physical items, whether analogue or digital.
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