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Andrew Kimery
Re: Archival Issues
on Mar 3, 2014 at 8:29:00 am

6 or 7 years ago I started looking at archiving options for the company I was with at the time and I quickly came to realize that archiving in the classic sense (put a high quality master in a controlled environment) really didn't exist in the digital age because codecs, mediums and software changed too rapidly. Digital archiving is more like a never ending series of migrations to newer codecs, containers, and storage mediums.

As one of your examples mentioned, actual film can be seen by the naked eye and, with out much trouble ,a basic viewing device could be constructed to play it back. That's certainly not the case with digital where there are multiple hardware and software variables (many of them proprietary) that must be accounted for.


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