Re: Damaged videos

sgilliam@guilford.edu
Mon, 30 Oct 2000 13:36:05 -0800 (PST)

Maybe its your vcr or your tv....or some kind of copy guard protection.
Magnetic damage usually will scramble the signal altogether.


Pepa
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10/30/00 03:27 PM
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Recently our department recieved over 20 videos from one of our four
branches where the damage consisted of the color fading in and out. These
tapes ranged from older titles to recent acquisitions that had only
circulated 6-8 times. Could this be a result of the magnetism being
corrupted?

Any ideas or similar experience?

Gail Pepa
Smithtown Library, Technical Services Center