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Please post your questions here during the presentation; I will collect/combine them for the Q&A session at the end of the presentation.
How do Libraries become a member of the trust?
Good question, Karen. I'll ask.
Any burning questions or issues that you'd like our presenter to answer/discuss? Now is the time to post them.
Will the Trust consider files available at the Internet Archive? Perhaps a link in the registry?https://archive.org/details/papuanewguineaanthropologyontrial
Can a consortium be a member?
I'll ask, Jill.
How does Section 108 work with Fair Use? We cannot share a migrated copy with the ”public” according to Section 108, but what if a faculty person at another institution claims Fair Use in requesting the migration and loan of an item on obsolete media? (Educational use; non-fiction footage; full film, but faculty says essential for educational use; rights holder not currently offering a DVD).
Just curious...how about 16mm films? It seems the same issues apply - obsolete devices to play on, deteriorating condition, unavailability in any other format.
Will this apply to other obsolete formats such as Betamax/Betacam or Umatic?
Perhaps we can just put them all in the INternet Archive?
Ha! My library also has Umatics!
Are there any requirements for video quality, frame rate, etc.?
Do you have any canadain member libraries?
Is there a public and growing member list?
But who has 16mm anymore or projectors? There are dual DVD/Video players still on market.
Do I understand the intent of the trust is to provide DVDs, rather than streaming videos?
is there a list of titles in process or consideration? or a list of items that did NOT qualify? (i'm always looking for new sources)
Are there any limits to what we can do with the downloaded files (outside of copyright law)?
What if a digital format becomes available in the future? Will it prevent us from using the file or
is there a sense that K-12 schools could benefit from the trust?
How many downloads per year for consortial members?
Have you worked out how much funding a member library might receive to outsource digitization?
Are you aware of any issues with titles held which have PPR (Public performance rights?)
Is there a most wanted list?
Does the ALVT foresee more discovery work, finding more VHS or earlier content out there that has not yet come to light? Is there a sense of how much more is out there that isn't in the ALVT database?
Regarding discussion about films that may become available in the marketplace in the future, does that mean we need to be periodically checking every title we migrated to DVD?
Do I understand members must already own a copy of the VHS, in order to download the corresponding digital file in this trust?
Is this webinar being recorded? I got the time difference wrong.
yes we will have an archived copy
thank u, very helpful
What a great endeavor! So useful.
Erin DeWitt Miller
Thanks you, very informative and exciting project!
k-12 world appreciates sharing of info!!
Thanks Chris and Sarah!
We'll be in touch, thank you!