I would have got a question. Arise from the storage of DV tapes in a steel enclosure Data loss by magnetisation or demagnetisation. We are talking of a normal steel cabinet, safe or not similar fireproof cabinets. For help and support thank you.
Antwort von B.DeKid:
Hmm you as long as the tapes do not rub s.dem cabinet should happen because nothing ;-)
Leg / adjusting the tapes in a tupperware and this s.in the closet ;-) 2x in the reel tapes and good.
And the security tape copying each one of so you have 2 copies. How do you make a copy with your parents or friends, for example between ore deposit.
MfG B. DeKid
Antwort von gammanagel:
Hi, Since then should have magnetic fields produced in steel cabinets, which should come here. problem here would rather unfavorable moisture or total Raumklinma when the cabinet sealed airtight. In addition, the tapes digitize and save it to disk. Since tapes cost 100 100 ¬.
Antwort von Debonnaire:
A closed steel cabinet is the perfect Faraday cage!
Less than magnetic fields in such a steel box you will find anywhere in the world, unless you montierst active IN the bar magnets.
Antwort von WoWu:
@ Berka21 The much vaunted as a tape archiving product is suitable not really good. We are already out of the DV tape time, so only a few years old, affected. In many cassette travels even in normal play the tape, although (supposedly) stored under optimal conditions. It has been shown that the metal particles begin to oxidize s.den band edges, since the band edges with strips of record on the protection plate and the metal particles are so vulnerable and open to damage the carrier s.einem point. This is the "breaking point". All tapes, not just mini-DV, DVCPRO, the synonymous, are affected. I can advise of a tape archive, therefore, only. We have all this content (dubbed in a laborious "emergency surgery") on HD. Since tip was Elimar all very true. The "ravages of time" more s.der mechanics than s.der magnetization of the particles.