Updated list of files in total collection
- Subject: Updated list of files in total collection
- From: Paul Over <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 02 Apr 2002 15:02:34 -0500
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We've updated the list of videos. There are 316. We've
included "number of bytes" to get around differences
in size due to use of binary versus decimal K's. Times
are approximate - not for verifying complete download.
Use the MD5 codes for that.
We checked the Internet Archive and the Open Video
collection at the end of last week to see if any
additional, acceptible, material had shown up. As
a result we added the following 3 to the list on
Monday. No more checking planned.
38479.mpg [Amateur film: New York World's Fair]
07445.mpg Three Smart Daughters (Singer Screen Ad)
19360b.mpg To Market, To Market (Part II)
Prelarch.mpg was removed since at least half if it was
in black and white.
All are available for download in their final MPEG-1
or VCD format except for 59 which will need transcoding.
My first choice would be to use a VCD version from the Internet
Archive if they can suply that within a couple weeks. I've asked
them about this possibility. Failing that we must decide whether
NIST transcodes it all and distributes somehow or whether
individual groups transcode using identical settings. (Note
this would techinically violate IA conditions of use.)
IBM has asked that we remove the Open Video files mainly
because they are unlike the IA material. Comments?
PS: Ramazan is checking our MD5 codes against Arjen's as
Paul Over - Retrieval Group
Information Access Division
Information Technology Laboratory
National Institute of Standards and Technology
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