AV collections in libraries are disintegrating, and their playback equipment is soon to be obsolete. Digitizing can be the solution to decay and for continued access. ac Offers easy-to-understand guidance on how to use digitizing to enable your library to recoup its investment in outdated but often-expensive AV collections ac Discusses use of off-the-shelf and shareware technology ac Covers creation of metadata for discovery layer access ac Shows how digitized materials can be made available over the Internet, making them much more accessible than the physical versions ac Presents information to create a path for future projects and for storage of output information ac Shares knowledge that is transferable to media other than those discussed in the bookStandard computer speakers will not be adequate to the task, but again, it isna#39;t necessary to go whole hog and use standard home speakers ... will also serve as an amplifier module for the other speakers) helps to isolate the lowest notes in a location away from the source. ... Subsequent chapters will cover the specific software for audio and video capture as well as the source units for those activities.
|Title||:||Digitizing Audiovisual and Nonprint Materials: The Innovative Librarian's Guide|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2015-09-30|