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What short name does OAIS use for an information package that is used for archiving?
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== Description ==
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Capable of imaging a wide range of media, and copes well with common variations within media types. Can be automated via [http://www.isobuster.com/help/use_of_command_line_parameters it's command-line interface].
== User Experiences ==
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* [http://arxiv.org/abs/1309.4932 Developing a Robust Migration Workflow for Preserving and Curating Hand-held Media] used IsoBuster as the main tool for disk image recovery.
* This method of recovering data should be used with awareness! It is suitable for data streams that are still useful when random parts are lacking, like video and audio recordings. Other data types easily become distorted and will loose their authenticity!
== Development Activity ==
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Updated reasonably frequently at present. See http://www.isobuster.com/news/