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2nd Joint Technical Symposium Proceedings

From: Mark Ritchie <avfilm>
Date: Tuesday, April 20, 1993
The proceedings of the 2nd Joint Technical Symposium (Berlin)

  Archiving The Audio-Visual Heritage (1987)

Eva Orbanz, Editor, 169pp  illus.

It is available from the following address,

     Eva Orbanz
     2nd Joint Technical Symposium Proceedings (Berlin)
     Stiftung Deutsche Kinemathek,
     Pommernallee 1,
     B D-1000 Berlin 19.

+49 (30) 303 7235
Fax: +49 (30) 302 9294

The cost is/was $40.00 (US).


    Safety and Energy Technology as Applied in the New Building of the
        Bundesarchiv in Koblenz.

    Test of the Swedish Film Institute's FICA System at the Library of

    Experiences using the FICA Method in a Tropical Climate

    Film Archives in Tropical Countries - A Brazilian Experience

    The Danger from Fungi and Bacteria Encountered During Permanent
        Storage of Film Material

    Test for Residual Chemicals in Film Emulsions

    Archival Quality of Film Bases

    Criteria for Air-Conditioning in Audio Visual Archives

    Effects of Fire on Sound and Audio Visual Recording Supports

    Decay and Degradation of Disk and Cylinder Recordings in Storage

    On the Use of Laser Disk Technology in Information, Archive and
        Documentation Systems

    On the Problem of Storing Video Tapes

    Archiving the Various Audio and Video Tape Formats

    Defects in Video and Audio Tape Recordings and Their Compensation

    Construction of Cylinder Replay Machines (The Austrian Experience)

    Construction of Cylinder Replay Machines (The British Experience)

    Data Density Versus Data Security:  Formats Suitable for Archival

    Technical Staff and Equipment for the Reproduction of Old Video
        Recordings on 2 Inch Tape

    Equipment Necessary in Audio Visual Documentation Archives

    Copying Small Amounts of Non-Standard Film Gauges

    Photographic Recording of Component Television Signals - The
        "Cinemac" System

    The Implementation of Proposed Standards for Copying Audio

    Digital Signal Processing for the Removal of Scratches and Surface
        Noise from Gramaphone Recordings

    The Restoration of Historical Sound Recordings by Means of Digital
        Signal Processing:  Psychoacoustical Aspects

    Printing Test "Drake of England":  A Postscript

    Experiences With the Processing of Sound Recordings During the
        Printing of Nitrate Film onto Acetate Film

    Rerecording of Optical Soundtracks

    Experiences with the Preservation and Printing of Three-Colour-Layer
        Film from the 1940s and 1950s

    Elements for a Diagnosis Before Deciding to Restore a Film

    The Ethic of Restoration (Panel Discussion)

The proceedings of the 1st Joint Technical Symposium (Stockholm)
are out-of-print but George Boston is negotiating
with the copyright holders to get some re-prints made.

Mark Ritchie

                  Conservation DistList Instance 6:55
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Received on Tuesday, 20 April, 1993

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