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Examples. 1 film reel (20 min) : b&w, si.

. 1 videocassette (U-matic) (30 min) : col., sd.

. 1 electronic disk : sd.

5.2.6.2 Brief explanatory phrases may be inserted in parentheses after the statement sd. Example. 1 videocassette (Beta) (120 min) : col., sd. (Beta HiFi) 5.2.6.3 Optionally, for materials (e.g. slides) for which integral sound is present only exceptionally, the absence of sound may be indicated with si. 5.2-5 ISBD 5060 5.2.7 Other technical specifications For microfilm reels, microfilm slips, and filmstrips a statement of frame alignment is given.

Examples. 1 microfilm reel : cine mode. 3 microfilm slips : diazo, comic mode. 1 filmstrip (42 double fr.) : comic mode Any details on the process or method of reproduction of a still image may be given.

Example. 1 engraving : drypoint, aquatint The playing speed of a resource is given in appropriate terms.

5070 Examples. 1 sound disc : 33 1/3 rpm. 1 sound reel (100 min) : 19 cm/s. 2 videodiscs (24 min) : 1500 rpm The recording method, groove direction and groove size of an analogue sound disc are given if known.

Examples. 1 sound disc : 78 rpm, vertical. 1 sound disc : 33 1/3 rpm, coarse The number of tape tracks is given.

Example 5080. 1 sound reel (100 min) : 19 cm/s, 2 tracks The track configuration of a sound reel recorded on four or more tracks is specified.

Example. 1 sound reel (90 min) : 19 cm/s, 4 tracks, adjacent The number of sound channels is given.

Examples. 1 sound disc : 33 1/3 rpm, mono. 1 sound reel (50 min) : 38 cm/s, 2 tracks, stereo The equalization and noise reduction employed may be given if known.

5.2-ISBD Examples 5090. 1 sound reel (45 min) : 19 cm/s, 4 tracks, NAB. 1 sound cassette (60 min) : Dolby processed The video format of a videorecording is given if available.

. 1 DVD-Video (110 min) : col., PAL Table of Technical Specifications and Industry Norms for Sound Recordings This table indicates which specifications apply to each type of sound recording. Specifications that are applicable are marked A, those that are not applicable are marked N/A. If there is a norm for a specification and type of recording it follows the letter A.

Applicable specifications shown in the table are given in the order in which they appear below. However, if an industry norm is listed in the table, the specification is given only if it differs from that norm.

Analogue disc Other Digital Specification 78 rpm speeds disc Reel Cassette Cartridge Speed A A 1.4 m/s A A: 4.76 cm/s A: 9.5 cm/s Recording method A: electric A: electric N/A N/A N/A N/A Groove direction A: lateral A: lateral N/A N/A N/A N/A Groove size A: coarse A: micro N/A N/A N/A N/A No. of tracks N/A N/A N/A A A A: Track configuration N/A N/A N/A A: alternate N/A N/A No. of sound channels A: mono A A A A A: stereo Equalization system N/A N/A N/A A A A: 50s Noise reduction system N/A N/A N/A A A A 5.2.8 Resources available in different formats When the resource is available in alternative formats differing in terms of the other physical details element, the physical details in question are omitted from the physical description area and given in area or in area 7 (see 7.5).

Example. 1 microfilm reel : comic mode Note: Available on diazo or silver halide film 5.2-ISBD 2010 5.3.1.15.3.1.5.3 Dimensions 5110 The third element of the physical description area is a statement regarding the dimensions of the resource.

The dimensions may consist of one dimension only or (as in the case of a film or folded map) may be more complex.

5.3.1 Statement of the dimensions If the dimensions of the resource are given, they are given in terms of centimetres rounded up to the next whole centimetre. Exception: the gauge of a film or width of a tape is given in millimetres (see 5.3.1.1).

Example ; 18 cm Editorial comment: the height of the resource is 17.2 centimetres.

5.3.1.1 Choosing the dimensions to measure 5120 For printed textual and notated music resources:

The height of the resource, measured parallel to the spine, is given.

For cartographic resources:

The dimensions of two-dimensional resources, other than circular resources, are given in the form of height x width. The dimensions of three-dimensional resources other than globes and sections of spheres, are given in the form of height x width x depth. The dimensions of globes, sections of spheres and circular two-dimensional resources are given in terms of the diameter.

The dimensions given for two-dimensional resources, if not otherwise specified, are the dimensions within the neat line. If there is no neat line, the dimensions given are those of 5130 the part of the resource carrying the geographic detail.

Examples ; 65 x 40 cm ; 45 x 35 x 2 cm ; 23 cm (diam.) Additional dimensions such as the dimensions of a map when folded, or the dimensions of individual sheets of a collectively described group, or the individual dimensions of mounted sheets, may be given. When more than one set of measurements is given, the whole physical description area should be made in a clear and unambiguous fashion; that is, when it is not clear to which part or parts the dimensions apply, this is clarified by 5140 specification. (For units of different dimensions see 5.3.1.5.) Examples ; on sheets 60 x 40 cm 5.3-5 ISBD ; 9 x 30 cm, on sheet 40 x 60 cm, folded to 21 x 10 cm ; on sheets 90 x 50 cm or smaller, folded in cover 25 x 16 cm ; double hemisphere, each 6 cm (diam.), on sheet 21 x 15 cm For multimedia resources, sound recordings, videorecordings, and still and moving images:

The dimensions of two-dimensional resources (wallcharts, microfiches, slides, transparencies, pictures, etc.) are given in the form height x width. For circular two5150 dimensional resources (with the exception of sound discs and videodiscs) the diameter is given, followed in parentheses by the abbreviation diam. or its equivalent in another language. For oval two-dimensional resources the length of the vertical axis is given, followed in parentheses by oval or its equivalent. Dimensions relate to the sheet or other surface, but when there is a significant difference between the dimensions of the sheet and the dimensions of the printed area, the latter may be given in area 7 (see 7.5; see also 5.3.1.1.2).

Examples ; 24 x 48 cm ; 5 x 5 cm 5160 ; 36 cm (diam.) ; 9 cm (diam.) For a folded sheet, two dimensions statements are given.

Example ; 48 x 90 cm, folded to 24 x 15 cm The dimensions of three-dimensional resources (dioramas, etc.) are given in the form height x width x depth, or when this is inappropriate, height alone. Very complex dimensions statements may be given in area 7 (see 7.5) or omitted.

Examples. 1 diorama : various materials, col. ; 9 x 30 x 20 cm For resources requiring the use of equipment (e.g. discs, cassettes, reels of tape or motion pictures), the principal dimensions given are those of the resource itself, irrespective of the external dimensions of any container such as an album or sleeve (for the treatment of a container for a set of resources see 5.3.1.3).

Examples. 1 sound disc (53 min) : 33 1/3 rpm, stereo ; 30 cm. 1 sound reel (100 min) : 19 cm/s, 4 track, mono ; 13 cm. 1 CD (60 min) : stereo ; 12 cm 5.3-ISBD 2010 5.3.1.25.3.1.For resources whose dimensions are implicit in other parts of the description (e.g.

5180 cassettes and cartridges of a standard type), the statement of dimensions may be omitted.

These standard dimensions are:

sound cassette 10 x 6.4 x 1.2 cm sound cartridge 13.5 x 10 x 2.2 cm videocassette 18.8 x 10.4 x 2.5 cm For resources employing film or magnetic tape, the gauge of the film or width of the tape is given. Measurements that are implicit in other parts of the description (e.g. tape width for a standard sound cassette or cartridge) may be omitted.

These standard widths are:

sound reel 6.3 mm 5190 sound cassette 3.8 mm sound cartridge 6.3 mm Examples. 6 microfilm reels : Kalvar, cine mode ; 35 mm. 1 sound reel (45 min) : 19 cm/s, 2 tracks, mono ; 13 cm, 6 mm tape. 1 film loop (4 min, 10 s) : col. ; Super 8 mm For electronic resources:

The dimensions of the physical carrier itself are given, irrespective of the external dimensions of any container (for the treatment of a container for a set of resources see 5.3.1.3).

5200 The diameter is given for a disc or a tape reel. The length and width of the tape of a reel may be given.

Examples. 1 electronic tape reel ; 27 cm. 1 CD-ROM ; 12 cm The height of the face of a chip cartridge is given.

Example. 1 electronic chip cartridge : col., sd. ; 9 cm 5.3.1.2 Unusual dimensions For printed textual and notated music resources:

5210 When the dimensions or shape of the resource are unusual (e.g. when the width is greater than the height), other dimensions may be given after the height.

5.3-5 ISBD Examples ; 21 x 30 cm ; 38 cm, folded to 10 cm For sound discs:

When a sound disc is of a non-standard shape (e.g. when the playing surface has an irregularly shaped surround), the diameter of the playing surface is given in the physical description area. A statement regarding the external dimensions of the resource is given in area 7 (see 7.5).

5220 Example. 1 sound disc (11 min) : 45 rpm, mono ; 18 cm Note: Disc impressed on rectangular surface, 20 x 20 cm For electronic resources:

The height and depth of a tape cassette are given when they are other than the standard size (10 x 7 cm) and the width of the tape is given when it is other than the standard width (4 mm).

Example. 1 electronic tape cassette : col. ; 19 x 9 cm, 7 mm tape 5.3.1.3 Resources issued in a container 5230 For resources issued in a container, with or without accompanying material, the dimensions of the container may be given. Alternatively, the phrase in container (or its equivalent in another language) may be used, or the statement may be omitted.

When an integral container or mounting is to form part of the description, two dimensions statements may be given. Alternatively, the dimensions of the whole resource, including container or mountings, may be given alone.

Examples. 1 diorama : col. ; in glazed case 35 x 60 x 24 cm. 4 electronic tape cassettes : sd., col. ; in container 12 x 36 x 20 cm. 1 laboratory kit (various pieces) ; in container 12 x 36 x 20 cm 5240. 5 sound discs (256 min) : 33 1/3 rpm, stereo ; 30 cm, in container 5.3.1.5 Physical units of different sizes For continuing resources and multipart monographic resources:

If the dimensions of a continuing resource or a multipart monographic resource change, the smaller or smallest size and the larger or largest size, separated by a hyphen, may be 5.3-ISBD 2010 5.3.2.15.3.2.given in area 5, or a note that the dimensions of the issues or parts or of the iterations vary may be given in area 7 (see 7.5).

Example ; 20-30 cm For cartographic resources, multimedia resources, sound recordings, 5250 videorecordings, and still and moving images:

When the resource consists of a set of two-dimensional units and the individual units vary in size, the dimensions of the largest are given followed by or smaller (or its equivalent in another language). Alternatively, the dimensions of all the units may be given in area (see 7.5).

Examples. 6 wallcharts : col. ; 60 x 98 cm or smaller. 1 map on 365 sheets : col. ; sheets 60 x 90 cm or smaller. 1 map on 25 sheets : col. ; sheets 90 x 50 cm or smaller, folded in cover 25 x 16 cm 5260 5.3.2 Bibliographic format and dimensions for older monographic resources 5.3.2.1 The bibliographic format of the resource is given in a standard designation as chosen by the cataloguing agency, e.g. 1o, 2 o, 4 o, 8 o, 12 o, etc.

If the gatherings are made up of half sheets or other fractions of sheets, or if the gatherings are composed of more than one sheet, this may be recorded within parentheses following the format or in a collation statement.

Examples ; 2 o (6s) Broadsheets and half sheets may be recorded by the respective term, discarding the format designation, or as 1 leaf and the proper format designation.

5270 Examples 1 broadsheet or 1 leaf ; 1 o 1 half sheet or 1 leaf ; 1/2:o Dimensions may be given in area 5 if it can be established that the resource being described is in a standardized publishers binding or in publishers wrappers. The height of the outer case, measured parallel to the spine, or of the resource when it is not bound, is given in parentheses following the format, 5280 rounded up to the next whole centimetre.

5.3-5 ISBD Examples ; 4 o (18 cm, publishers wrappers) Editorial comment: A publication in quarto in publishers wrappers that measures 17.centimetres.

; 12 o (14 cm, publishers binding) Otherwise, dimensions are treated as copy specific information and may be given, together with any other relevant evidence, in area 7.

Example. Copy x in collection y cropped at foot, measures 17.2 centimetres 5290 When the printed lines run parallel to the longer side of the paper, the designation oblong may be given in parentheses following the format.

Examples ; 4 o (oblong) ; 2 o (oblong) 5.3.2.2 When the dimensions or shape of the resource are unusual an explanation may be given in area 7.

5.3.2.3 When the format cannot be determined, the assumed format followed by a question mark is given in area 5. Dimensions may also be given in area 7 with an explanation.

Example 5300 ; 48 o () Note: Gathered in eights, measures 4 x 3 cm, uncut 5.3.2.4 When in a multivolume monographic resource the volumes are of differing formats, all formats are given in repeated physical description areas, if considered important to users of the catalogue.

If the resource being described is in standardized publishers binding or in publishers wrappers, dimensions may be given, but when the resource is entirely in one format, only the least and greatest dimensions are recorded.

The format and/or dimensions of individual parts may be given in area 7, on the second level of a multilevel description (see Appendix A) or in a contents note (see 7.7).

Examples 5310. 4 v. ; 4 o (18 cm, publishers binding). 3 v. ; 8 o (16 cm, publishers binding) Note: Vols. 1-4 are 4 o (18 cm); vols. 5-7 are 8 o (16 cm) Editorial comment: 7-vol. set with varying dimensions and format.

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