An additional 10-second video snippet of Winona Ryder at a fancy department store probably won't affect her shoplifting case, her lawyer said after reviewing the tape.

The clip, given to attorney Mark Geragos by prosecutors on Thursday, reportedly shows the moment Ryder was first spotted inside the Saks Fifth Avenue store in Beverly Hills.

"I don't think it's anything of any great moment," Geragos said Thursday.

Ryder, who was arrested Dec. 12, could face up to four years in prison if convicted of felony theft, burglary, vandalism and possession of a pain reliever without a prescription. A judge will decide after a preliminary hearing whether she must stand trial.

Another 90 minutes of the surveillance tape was leaked to the news media earlier this month. Geragos contends that material exonerates his client of allegations that she cut security tags from merchandise.

No scenes involving scissors are seen on that portion of the tape.

Geragos was in Superior Court briefly on Thursday to set a preliminary hearing, but the matter was continued to Tuesday after he and prosecutor Julie Jurek were unable to agree on a date.

Meanwhile Ryder, whose films include Girl, Interrupted, Heathers, and Edward Scissorhands, is free on $20,000 bail.