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Resource Difficulty Year Type Author
Planning for Preservation at the Irish Film Archive 2016 Webinar Raelene Casey
Case Study: Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunal 2016 Webinar David Rowntree
AV Preservation at the Museo Nacional de Arte Reina Sofía: Policies - Management - Tools 2016 Webinar Gema Grueso Otalo
The Role of Standards for the Preservation of Audiovisual Material
2014 Webinar Walter Allasia, Werner Bailer
A New and Effective Way to Teach Archive Management and Preservation
2014 Webinar Jim Lindner, Mick Newnham
Exchange of Video Assets - Best Practices and Standards in Different Organisations
2014 Webinar Peter Holm Lindgaard, Joan Leese, Dimitri Traas
Expressing Preservation Requirements on Audiovisual Collections
2014 Webinar Carlo Meghini
Why preserving contemporary music productions is so difficult
2014 Webinar Daniel Teruggi, Yann Geslin
How to help content owners to bring their collections to institutions?
2014 Webinar Daniel Teruggi, Luca Bagnoli
Creation of Master Archive Package (MAP)
2014 Webinar Thomas Christensen, Lars Karlsson
To standardise or not: is normalisation of video a thing of the past?
2014 Webinar Pip Laurenson, Dave Rice, Agathe Jarczyk, Emanuel Lorrain
Webinar: Essence quality control for AV archive digitisation, migration and exploitation
2014 Webinar Peter Schallauer
Webinar: Choosing your file format
2014 Webinar Carl Fleischhauer, Jörg Houpert, Brecht Declercq, Emanuel Lorrain
Digitisation and Digital Preservation Challenges at the BBC
2013 Webinar Richard Wright, Tom Heritage
Preservation Workflows at the Library of Congress 2012 Webinar James Snyder
ALCTS Preservation Webinar Registrations 2010 Webinar ALCTS