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Re: arsclist Spam?
Thanks for being persistent. The high capacity of DVD is certainly
attractive. Two issues arise:
First, incompatible physical DVD media formats are still at war, mostly
involving DVD-R and DVD+R. No apparent winners yet.
Second, DVD-Audio and DVD-Video are different logical formats. Both will
accept audio, with DVD-Video being the most widely accepted.
If interchange and longevity are the objective, then CD-R seems to be
the best choice provided that attention is given to both media and
recorder quality. The discs will just occupy a bit more space.
Jonathan Wise wrote:
> Hi Jerry,
> Sorry, I have no idea why your reply would have been rejected. Firewalls can
> be finicky things I guess. Anyway, apologies to those who may have read my
> original post regarding DVD-Audio:
> "Is anyone on the list currently using DVD-Audio for preservation? Any
> thoughts or comments on this format vs. conventional CD-R's?"
> Canadian Museum of Civilization
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jerome Hartke [mailto:jhartke@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: January 6, 2003 3:54 PM
> To: ARSCLIST@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: arsclist Spam?
> To the person from Canada who attempted to reach me privately re DVD-A:
> Your server rejected my reply as from a "known spam source."
> If you wish assistance, I suggest that you post here.
> Media Sciences, Inc.
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