These pages contain a checklist for videorecording original cataloging following AACR2 at Yale University Library.
To see the RDA version, please check the "YUL Video Cataloging Workflow" (draft) on RDA Toolkit --> Tools --> Workflows --> Local Workflows.
For special processing instructions see: Cataloging Procedures for Audiovisual, CD-ROM, and Related Media
The Archival and moving images materials manual on the Cataloger's Desktop does not follow AACR2 or utility guidelines and should generally not be used as a source for decisions. (For example, most of the examples of when to create a new record would be added to the same record if the Archival guidelines were followed; physical description guidelines differ significantly from AACR2; note order does not follow AACR2) However, some examples of notes from this resource will be cited. The glossary is excellent.
Jeannette Ho. "Cataloging practices and access methods for videos at ARL and public libraries in the United States." Library resources & technical services. Vol. 48, no. 2 (April 2004), p. 107-121.
OLAC, Inc. Guide to cataloging DVD and Blu-ray discs using AACR2r and MARC 21. 2008 Update. http://www.olacinc.org/drupal/capc_files/DVD_guide_final.pdf
Nancy B. Olson. Edited by Sheila Intner and Edward Swanson. Cataloging of Audiovisual Materials and Other Special Materials. 4th ed. DeKalb, Ill. : Minnesota Scholarly Press, 1998. pp. -174.
Mary Beth Weber. Cataloging nonprint and internet resources. New York : Neal-Schuman. c2002.
Jay Weitz. "Videorecording cataloging: problems and pointers." Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. v. 31, no. 2, 2001, pp. 53-83.