Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program (PACP) is derived from a slightly different European standard – the Manual of Sewer Condition Classification (MSCC) established by the Water Resources Centre (WRc) – which is still widely used in Europe, the United Kingdom, and Canada. PACP provides a standardized way to inspect pipes, and while it could be implemented on paper forms, the vast majority of users inspect pipelines using some kind of integrated software package. The specific format for data exchange in PACP 7.0 is a database in Microsoft Access (.mdb) format, with a variety of predefined tables. Images of defects are stored as JPEGs in a particular folder structure and the associated video file can be in a variety of formats. Video quality can be a significant problem in accurately coding pipelines. If a video is too dark or oversaturated, it can be difficult to accurately see and classify roots, cracks, and intrusions.