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MRIs: Chapter 7

Videorecordings


Rule Interpretation
7.5B

Revise list to read:

Beta video

Blu-ray disc

DVD

DVD-HD

Flash Video

MPEG-4

streaming video

VHS /p>


Revise examples to read:

1 DVD

3 Blu-ray discs

4 VHS

1 streaming video

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7.5B2

Replace second, third, fourth, and sixth examples with:

1 VHS (about 110 min.)

2 DVDs (120 min. each)

1 Blu-ray disc (about 200 min.)

1 DVD (45, 876 frames)

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7.5C3

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7.5C3. Give sound or silent to indicate the presence or absence of a sound track. If a silent motion picture is known to be filmed at the speed of sound film, give silent at sound speed .

1 videoreel (15 min.) : sound

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7.5C4

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7.5C4. Colour. Give colour or black & white as appropriate. Give black & white for a sepia print.

1 DVD (127 min.) : sound, black & white

Replace second and third examples with:

1 VHS (101 min.) : sound, colour with black & white sequence at the beginning and end


1 VHS (47 min.) : sound, black & white with two colour scenes

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7.5C5

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1 film reel (1 min., 17 sec.) : sound, colour, 25 fps

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7.5D2

Revise examples to read:

1 film reel (12 min.) : sound, black & white ; 16 mm

1 film cassette (21 min.) : sound, colour ; standard 8 mm

2 film reels (about 30 min. each) : black & white ; 16-35 mm

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7.5D3

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1 videoreel (30 min.) : sound, black & white ; 13 mm*.

*Unlike sound carriers for which LC ususe in., LC follows RDA in using mm for video tapes.

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7.5D4

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1 DVD (about 60 min.) : sound, colour ; 13 cm.

1 Blu-ray disc (38 min.) : sound, colour ; 12 cm

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7.5E1

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1 film cassette (21 min.) : sound, colour ; standard 8 mm + 1 teacher’s guide

or 1 film cassette (21 min.) : sound, colour ; standard 8 mm + 1 volume (28 pages : illustrations, 22 cm)


2 film cassettes (30 min. each) : sound, colour ; standard 8 mm + 1 volume (35 pages ; 24 cm)


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7.6B1

Revise fourth, seventh, and eighth examples to read:

(Mathematics for elementary school students. Whole numbers ; number 10)

(Images of the seventies, ISSN 7745-2251 ; number 22)

(Warner Bros. romance classics collection ; [number 1])

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