Re: [Videolib] "Green" DVD Packaging

John Streepy (John.Streepy@cwu.EDU)
Mon, 03 Nov 2008 11:17:27 -0800

I actually like the green cases, because when I re-case the item to make it consistent with the rest of our collection I know that I am not wasting a case. It would be nice to have the green case the same size as a normal case insert and be flexible to just slide into our standard amarays.

jhs

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>>> Erik Gudris <egudris@dslextreme.com> 11/03/08 10:53 AM >>>
Just wanted to ask any libraries or distributors on the use of "green" DVD
packaging. We've noticed a few companies using the new flat, paper cases for
their titles and wanted to know if there were any issues for libraries in
cataloging or storing them, any preferences, etc.

Thank you,

Erik Gudris
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