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  1. RDA & Moving Images Kelley McGrath University of Oregon March 14, 2012 Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  2. Caveats Instructions for non-textual media in RDA less developed Need more clarity, testing, tweaking No best practices and community standards yet OLAC (http://olacinc.org/) will be a good resource RDA itself also in flux Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  3. Caveats My best interpretations at the moment Even the experts disagree about some things Watch for future developments and emerging best practices Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  4. Definitions: Content Type Two-Dimensional Moving Image Content expressed through images intended to be perceived as moving, in two dimensions. Includes motion pictures (using live action and/or animation), film and video recordings of performances, events, etc., video games, etc., other than those intended to be perceived in three dimensions. Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  5. Definitions: Content Type Three-Dimensional Moving Image Content expressed through images intended to be perceived as moving, in three dimensions. Includes 3-D motion pictures (using live action and/or animation), 3-D video games, etc. Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  6. Definitions: Content Type Cartographic Moving Image Cartographic content expressed through images intended to be perceived as moving, in two dimensions. Includes satellite images of the Earth or other celestial bodies in motion. Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  7. Preferred Source of Info 2.2.2.3 Resources Consisting of Moving Images Title frame(s) or screen(s) Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  8. Preferred Source of Info 2.2.2.3 Resources Consisting of Moving Images • a) label bearing a title that is permanently printed on or affixed to the resource, excluding accompanying textual material or a container Example: a label on a videodisc -OR- Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  9. Preferred Source of Info 2.2.2.3 Resources Consisting of Moving Images -OR- b) embedded metadata in textual form that contains a title (e.g., metadata embedded in an MPEG video file). How does this apply to DVDs? Where does the disc menu fit in? Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  10. Preferred Source of Info 2.2.2.3 Resources Consisting of Moving Images Another source forming part of the resource itself, giving preference to sources in which the information is formally presented (includes guides and other accompanying material for comprehensive descriptions and publisher-supplied containers) Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  11. Preferred Source of Info 2.2.2.3 Resources Consisting of Moving Images Alternative Use an eye-readable label bearing a title that is permanently printed on or affixed to the resource (excluding accompanying textual material or a container) in preference to the title frame or frames, or title screen or screens. Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  12. Preferred Source of Info Some fallout for information not best taken from the title frames Source of information for publication statement in order of preference • same source as the title proper • another source within the resource itself (disc label if using title frames, container, guide) • another source from 2.2.4 (external source) Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  13. Preferred Source of Info Some fallout for identifying where statements of responsibility come from AACR2 SOR prescribed source = chief source = source of title proper If SOR not from prescribed source = brackets RDA SOR: Prefer source of title proper IF SOR anywhere on resource = no brackets Can combine multiple sources in one SOR with no indication of separate sources Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  14. Note on Source of Title 2.20.2.3 Note on source of title Make a note on the source from which the title proper is taken if it is a source other than the title frame or title screen of a resource consisting of moving images. [NOT CORE] Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  15. Parallel Titles 2.3.3.2 Sources of Information Take parallel titles proper from any source within the resource. Could include optional subtitles on DVDs No limits in RDA. What to do when there are many parallel titles? Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  16. Statements of Responsibility AACR2 7.1F1 Statement of Responsibility Persons or bodies credited in the chief source of information with a major role in creating a film (e.g., as producer, director, animator). Give all other statements of responsibility (including those relating to performance) in notes. Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  17. Statements of Responsibility AACR2 7.7B6 SOR Notes Cast: Featured players, performers, narrators, and/or presenters Credits: Persons (other than the cast) who have contributed to the artistic and/or technical production of a motion picture or videorecording and who are not named in the statements of responsibility. Do not include the names of assistants, associates, etc., or any other persons making only a minor contribution. Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  18. Statements of Responsibility 2.4.1.1 Scope a statement relating to the identification and/or function of any persons, families, or corporate bodies responsible for the creation of, or contributing to the realization of, the intellectual or artistic content of a resource Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  19. Statements of Responsibility 2.4.1.1 Scope Excludes: performers of music whose participation is confined to performance, execution, or interpretation (511) performers, narrators, and/or presenters in a motion picture or video recording (511) Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  20. Statements of Responsibility 2.4.1.1 Scope Excludes: persons who have contributed to the artistic and/or technical production of a resource(508) persons, families, or corporate bodies responsible for the production, publication, distribution, or manufacture of a resource (260) Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  21. Statements of Responsibility 2.4.2.3 Recording Statements of Responsibility Relating to Title Proper If not all statements of responsibility appearing on the source or sources of information are being recorded, give preference to those identifying creators of the intellectual or artistic content. In case of doubt, record the first statement. Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  22. Performer, Narrator, Presenter 7.23 (511) A person, family, or corporate body responsible for performing, narrating, and/or presenting a work Record if considered important Record medium of performance for musicians Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  23. Artistic and/or Technical Credit (current) 7.24 (508) listing of persons, families, or corporate bodies making contributions to the artistic and/or technical production of a motion picture or video recording other than as performers, narrators, or presenters. Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  24. Artistic and/or Technical Credit (forthcoming) 7.24 (508) listing of persons, families, or corporate bodies making contributions to the artistic and/or technical production of a resourceif they are considered to be important. Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  25. Artistic and/or Technical Credit 7.24 Record the names ... who have contributed to the artistic and/or technical production of a resource... Do not include the names of assistants, associates, etc., or any other persons making only a minor contribution. Preface each name or group of names with a statement of function Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  26. Responsibility/Credits 2.4: an RKO Radio Picture ; a Mercury production ; original screen play, Herman J. Mankiewicz, Orson Welles ; photography, Gregg Toland; direction-production, Orson Welles. 7.23: Joseph Cotton, Dorothy Comingore, Agnes Moorehead… 7.24: Editor, Robert Wise ; music, Bernard Herrmann Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  27. Relationship Designators(Relator Terms) For Creators ScreenwriterAn author of a screenplay, script, or scene. [subcategory under author] FilmmakerA person, family, or corporate body responsible for creating an independent or personal film. A filmmaker is individually responsible for the conception and execution of all aspects of the film. Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  28. Relationship Designators(Relator Terms) For … Associated with a Work Director responsible for the general management and supervision of a filmed performance, a radio or television program, etc. film directortelevision director Producer responsible for most of the business aspects of a production for screen, sound recording, television, webcast, etc. … film producertelevision producer Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  29. Relationship Designators(Relator Terms) For … Associated with a Work Director of photographycaptures images, either electronically or on film or video stock, and often selects and arranges the lighting. Also used for chief cinematographer or videographer. Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  30. Relationship Designators(Relator Terms) For … Associated with an Expression (selected) • Animator • Composer (expression) • Costume designer • Editor of moving image work • Musical director • Production designer Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  31. Relationship Designators(Relator Terms) For … Associated with an Expression (selected) • Performer • Actor • Conductor • Dancer • Narrator • Teacher Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  32. Relationship Designators(Relator Terms) Corporate Bodies Associated with a Work • Production company responsible for financial, technical, and organizational management of a production for stage, screen, sound recording, television, webcast, etc. Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  33. Relationship Designators(Relator Terms) Corporate Bodies Associated with a Manifestation Publishers • Broadcaster involved in broadcasting a manifestation to an audience via radio, TV, webcast, etc. Distributors • Film distributor involved in distributing a moving image manifestation to theaters or other distribution channels Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  34. Relationship Designators(Relator Terms) Corporate Bodies Associated with Manifestation No relationship designators for publisher, distributors because they are elements in RDA Should still be able to identify based on: RDA: “If none of the terms listed in this appendix is appropriate or sufficiently specific, use a term indicating the nature of the relationship as concisely as possible” Or by using a term from a standard vocabulary such as the MARC vocabulary at http://www.loc.gov/marc/relators/. Either terms or codes may be used Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  35. Relationship Designators(Relator Terms) Corporate Bodies OLAC RDA test group’s preliminary recommendations for typical library cataloging of moving image materials: In most cases, use only: production company publisher/distributor (element-level relationships) Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  36. Content, Carrier, Media DVD Video 336 two-dimensional moving image ǂ2 rdacontent 337 video ǂ2 rdamedia 338 videodisc ǂ2 rdacarrier Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  37. Content, Carrier, Media VHS Video 336 two-dimensional moving image ǂ2 rdacontent 337 video ǂ2 rdamedia 338 videocassette ǂ2 rdacarrier Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  38. Content, Carrier, Media Streaming Video or Online Video Game 336 two-dimensional moving image ǂ2 rdacontent 337 computer ǂ2 rdamedia 338 online resource ǂ2 rdacarrier Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  39. Content, Carrier, Media QuickTime Video Instruction or Video Game on DVD-ROM 336 two-dimensional moving image ǂ2 rdacontent 337 computer ǂ2 rdamedia 338 computer disc ǂ2 rdacarrier Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  40. Content, Carrier, Media DualDisc (DVD video on one side; DVD audio with music on the other) 336 two-dimensional moving image ǂa performed music ǂ2 rdacontent 337 video ǂa audio ǂ2 rdamedia 338 videodisc ǂa audio disc ǂ2 rdacarrier Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  41. Content, Carrier, Media Playaway View 337 computer ǂ2 rdamedia ??? 338 other ǂ2 rdacarrier -OR- 337 video ǂ2 rdamedia ??? 338 other ǂ2 rdacarrier -OR- 337 unmediated ǂ2 rdamedia? 338 objectǂ2 rdacarrier Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services http://my.playaway.com/

  42. New Technical Elements 3.18.2.1 Video Format Video format is a standard, etc., used to encode the analog video content of a resource. Beta U-matic VHS Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  43. New Technical Elements 3.18.3.1 Broadcast Standard Broadcast standard is a system used to format a video resource for television broadcast. HDTV NTSC PAL SECAM Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  44. New Technical Elements • Blu-Ray • DVD-R • DVD video • HD-DVD • MPEG-4 • Quicktime • RealVideo • SVCD • VCD • Windows media 3.19.3.1 Encoding Format Encoding format is a schema, standard, etc., used to encode the digital content of a resource. Video encoding formats: Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  45. New Technical Elements 3.19.6.1 Regional Encoding Regional encoding is a code identifying the region of the world for which a DVD videodisc has been encoded and preventing the disc from being played on a player sold in a different region. region 4 all regions Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  46. New Technical Elements 7.19.1 Aspect Ratio Aspect ratio is the ratio of the width to the height of a moving image. Record the aspect ratio of the resource, using one or more terms from the list below, as appropriate: full screen (less than 1.5:1) wide screen (1.5:1 or greater) mixed (multiple aspect ratios in same work) Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  47. New Technical Elements 7.19.1 Aspect Ratio In addition, record the numerical ratio in standard format with a denominator of 1, if known. wide screen (2.35:1) full screen (1.33:1) wide screen (1.85:1) full screen (1.33:1)[resource includes both] Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  48. New Technical Elements 7.19.1.4 Details of Aspect Ratio If a video has been modified from its original aspect ratio, can bring out original full screen (1.33:1); original aspect ratio: 1.85:1 Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  49. Technical Details 1. Similar to AACR2 Using the controlled list for carriers 300 1 videodisc (120 min.) : $b sound, color ; $c 4 3/4 in. 538 DVD; NTSC; Dolby digital 5.1. 500 Wide screen (1.78:1). Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services

  50. Technical Details 2. Similar to AACR2 Using conventional terminology for carriers 300 1 DVD video (120 min.) : $b sound, color ; $c 4 3/4 in. 538 NTSC; Dolby digital 5.1. 500 Wide screen (1.78:1). Hosted by ALCTS The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services