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Difference between revisions of "IMDB to MARC converter: instructions"

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This process works with only one record at a time.
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This process works with only one record at a time.  
  
1. Hit the Export button under the record displayed on the website
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#Hit the Export button under the record displayed on the website
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#Save the record on your computer, keeping the .mrc extention
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#In Connexion Client, create a local save, if you wish; otherwise,<br>save the record to your online save file
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#In Connexion Client, select File &gt; Import Records. Check the<br>settings under the Options... and Record Characteristics... buttons<br>(the latter should be set to receive MARC21 bib records)
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#Click OK, and your record should pop up, housed in<br>whatever save file you selected.
  
2. Save the record on your computer; keep the .mrc extention
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You may want to experiment with titles containing diacritics or<br>different scripts to see if adjustments may need to be made to various<br>settings in Connexion.  
 
 
3. In Connexion Client create a local save, if you wish; otherwise,<br>you may save the record to your online save file
 
 
 
4. In Connexion Client, select File &gt; Import Records...; check the<br>settings under the Options... and Record Characteristics... buttons<br>(the latter should be set to receive MARC21 bib records)
 
 
 
5. Hit the OK button and your record should pop up, housed in<br>whatever save file you selected.
 
 
 
You may want to experiment with titles containing diacritics or<br>different scripts to see if adjustments may need to be made to various<br>settings in Connexion.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 12:19, 28 March 2011

This process works with only one record at a time.

  1. Hit the Export button under the record displayed on the website
  2. Save the record on your computer, keeping the .mrc extention
  3. In Connexion Client, create a local save, if you wish; otherwise,
    save the record to your online save file
  4. In Connexion Client, select File > Import Records. Check the
    settings under the Options... and Record Characteristics... buttons
    (the latter should be set to receive MARC21 bib records)
  5. Click OK, and your record should pop up, housed in
    whatever save file you selected.

You may want to experiment with titles containing diacritics or
different scripts to see if adjustments may need to be made to various
settings in Connexion.