Sound files, type and quality checking

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Sound files, type and quality checking
Detailed description Audio material degrades rapidly and each copy damages the master (in many cases for reel to reel).  If we can't go back to the original physical master copy and are faced with copies on a hard drive, which file is the digital master we should keep and how do we know what we are keeping is the best possible
Issue champion Jodie Double
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Possible Solution approaches Brief brainstorm of possible approaches to solving the Issue. Each approach should be described in a single sentence as part of a bulleted list
Context LAVC archive content has been copied several times, the files are held on the server in no order and we need to link the files to the digital library.  Which files should we link or should we recopy the masters now that we have better transfer equipment
Lessons Learned Notes on Lessons Learned from tackling this Issue that might be useful to inform digital preservation best practice
Datasets LAVC audio
Solutions Mediainfo output viewer
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