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Video of Rudy Hartono

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Jen, Apr 22, 2002.

  1. Jen

    Jen Guest

    Hi !
    Does anybody know where I can find the Badminton match of Rudy Hartono (from his 1st to 8th match in All England) and Liem Swie King (from his 1st to 3rd ? match in All England) ?
    Don't care in Video or VCD.

    Thanks for help.
     
  2. Bbn

    Bbn Regular Member

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    Email the archive keeper of the Badminton Association of

    England.

    Good luck!
     
  3. Bbn

    Bbn Regular Member

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    Email address : jill.brill@ntlworld.com.

    BAof E does have some 60 % of what you are looking for

    but they don't know if they are playable or capable of converting to VHS as VHS was adopted only after 1982.
     
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    bbn, are you saying prior to 1982 the archive is in film format?
     
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    I think 16mm film were no longer used for backup after 1976.

    After that they switched to magnetic media ie.oxide tapes,such as Beta,Vhs, S format, etc, etc, eventually only VHS survived.

    During the period 1976-1982 different formats could not be played on different machines until the industry standardised with
    Matsushita as the victor in their VHS tapes.

    Now it's DVD,what next?
     
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    I think 16mm film were no longer used for backup after 1976.

    After that they switched to magnetic media ie.oxide tapes,such as Beta,Vhs, S format, etc, etc, eventually only VHS survived.

    During the period 1976-1982 different formats could not be played on different machines until the industry standardised with
    Matsushita as the victor in their VHS tapes.

    Now it's DVD,what next?
     
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    thanks bbn. (no text)

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