Re: DVD - demage and security

Jennifer (jrogers@phoenixmm.com)
Thu, 26 Oct 2000 10:01:07 -0700 (PDT)

Hello,

You know you guys need to think about getting all these courses put on the
web, selling them, and generating revenue for your school. Let me know if I
can help.

Jennifer Rogers
Sales Manager
Phoenix Multimedia, Inc

jrogers@phoenixmm.com

256.464.6600

----- Original Message -----
From: Lisa Kwan <lblisak@polyu.edu.hk>
To: Multiple recipients of list <videolib@library.berkeley.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 6:53 PM
Subject: DVD - demage and security

> Our library has started acquiring DVD videos. From time to time these
discs
> get damaged by users, creating cracks from the center edge. The design of
> the center button inside the case seems not suitable for frequent use.
And
> some users do not bring out and put back the disc in the proper way and
some
> are too rude to the disc. We have not had such problems in CD-ROMs,
> video-CDs and other CD materials. I am interested to know whether other
> libraries have the same problem or experience.
>
> In addition, I'd also like to hear how other libraries handle the security
> of DVD. We've tried 3M tattle tape for CD & CD-ROm but find it's not
> suitable for DVD. There are cases that the DVDs become bended or cannot
> play. After we remove the tattle tape, the problem disappears.
>
>
> Lisa Kwan
> Media Services Librarian
> Pao Yue-kong Library
> The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
>
>