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Descriptive Metadata For Television

Author: Mike Cox
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 0240807308
Size: 44.90 MB
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Metadata is data about data, or information known about the image in order to provide access to the image. It can be as simple as the subject of an e-mail, but as new technologies emerge and the media world continues to globalize it is getting more and more complex. Metadata is key to today's IT-centric television production environment and this is the first book approaching the subject end to end, from shooting the footage to archiving to consumer set top box.

Digital Preservation Putting It To Work

Author: Tomasz Traczyk
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319518011
Size: 56.59 MB
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This book addresses the process of maintaining digital objects through time to ensure continued access, an aspect that has become a crucial issue in recent years. It offers a concise yet comprehensive discussion of key concepts and requirements for long-term digital preservation, and presents a pioneering framework for digital repositories that enables the long-term archiving and metadata management for large volumes of digital resources based on a system that has already been completely designed and launched. In the framework, the reliability of information readouts is ensured by the repository with two-level data recording replication and monitoring mechanisms in the repository management system (RMS) and the file systems, and by the RMS’s distributed nature. The advanced RMS allows operations on the archival storage to be scheduled, while also taking into account low energy consumption requirements. After presenting the framework in detail, the book assesses and demonstrates the approach’s viability in terms of delivering accessibility, authenticity and usability. As such, the book offers a valuable resource for information technology (IT) researchers and practitioners, as well as archivists and librarians.

Guide To Hdtv Systems

Author: Conrad Persson
Publisher: Prompt Pubns
ISBN: 9780790611662
Size: 77.82 MB
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As HDTV is developed, refined and becomes more available to the masses, technicians will be required to service them. Up until now, precious little information has been available on the subject. This book provides a detailed background on what HDTV is, the technical standards involved, how HDTV signals are generated and transmitted, and a generalized description of the circuitry an HDTV set consists of.

The Mpeg 21 Book

Author: Ian S. Burnett
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
ISBN: 9780470010112
Size: 80.84 MB
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Understand the MPEG-21 Multimedia Framework, the standard for the creation, delivery and consumption of multimedia. This text is the comprehensive guide to MPEG-21, the technology that provides an open framework for multimedia applications.