I remember seeing an 8 track logger in a radio station once that used
VHS tapes. Ran linear IIRC. I could try to find out more if this
בתאריך 31/07/13 7:41 PM, ציטוט John Schroth:
> I have a client that has both a DAT tape format and VHS tape format
> that was used for logging audio at a call center. I am not familiar
> with either of these formats being used for call logging. Can anyone
> out there provide some insight as to the types of machines used for
> this purpose?
> Also the project mandates that the audio, as it is captured or after
> capture, is encrypted for security reasons. I have not had to do this
> as part of a digitization process. Can someone point me in the right
> direction to some potential programs one would use to do this? I'm
> assuming there is no such thing as "open sourced" encryption programs
> and that they are all proprietary, which is the inverse of what
> archiving this data is all about because if the company that provides
> the encryption software goes out of business and there is no support,
> the files then become useless. Does anyone with experience have any
> thoughts on this? At present, the client is indicating that each
> individual file has to be encrypted, it's not a situation where the
> storage media container such as the drive itself that the files are
> sitting on could be encrypted.
> Any insight would be most appreciated.
> Kind Regards,
> John Schroth
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