This process is automated by the software that runs the system.
Do I need to inform the Internet Archive and/or Prelinger Archives when I reuse these movies? However, we would very much like to know how you have used this material, and we'd be thrilled to see what you've made with it. Please consider sending us a copy of your production (postal mail only), and let us know whether we can call attention to it on the site.
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What parameters were used when making the Real Media files on the website?
Are there restrictions on the use of the Prelinger Films?
Audio was encoded at MPEG-1 Level 2, generally at 112 kbps.What statistics are available about use of Archive.org? The only users stats we track are the "views" of items on the site. For collections they are viewable in a chart form in the "About" tab on a collection page. calculates a view as: one action (read a book, download a file, watch a movie, etc.), per day, per IP Address.These numbers represent views in all the items in that collection. For items they are shown on the right side of the details page. Search results pages also show the "views" to the left of the page title. So, for each item page, using multiple files or accessing from multiple accounts in a single day will only count as one view. Item pages are updated daily so the current number would reflect the count through the previous day.These numbers may differ from those on item and collection pages because they are updated monthly rather than daily. Collection counts shown in the graph on the "About" page are updated monthly.Other Internet Archive stats links Aggregated operational stats are viewable at https://archive.org/stats/ What's the significance of the Archive's collections?Can you point me to resources on the history of ephemeral films? The Prelinger Archives films are held in original film form (35mm, 16mm, 8mm, Super 8mm, and various obsolete formats like 28mm and 9.5mm).