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The Challenges of Mass-Digitisation. Brenton Lovett Wizard Information Services. Agenda. Managing Media Assets Realising Media Asset Value Mass-Digitisation The Challenges The Solution Demo Questions. What is an Asset?. Definition of an Asset: You know you own it

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the challenges of mass digitisation

The Challenges of Mass-Digitisation

Brenton Lovett

Wizard Information Services

agenda
Agenda
  • Managing Media Assets
  • Realising Media Asset Value
  • Mass-Digitisation
    • The Challenges
    • The Solution
  • Demo
  • Questions
what is an asset
What is an Asset?

Definition of an Asset:

  • You know you own it
  • You know how/where to find it
  • It has value:
    • Historical value
    • It generates $$$ directly/indirectly

Form of a Media Asset:

  • Video
  • Audio
  • Still pictures
  • Text data
the big picture

Storage

The Big Picture

Image scanner/printing

Cataloguing & Ingestion

Meta-data

logging

Fulfillment

Ingestion

Browsing/ Webcasting

Web Server

Content Creation

Media Asset Management

Content Distribution/

AnyCast

Editing

Authoring

Transmission

Database

External Network

managing media assets
Managing Media Assets
  • What content do you have?
  • Where is it?
  • What format is it in?
  • What condition is it in?
  • Who holds rights on it?
consistent management of all asset formats is the key
Consistent Management of All Asset Formats is the Key…
  • An organization’s assets are highly valuable – whether they are physical analogue material, digitised electronic materials, or future technologies/formats that go beyond the digital realm.
  • Most collections will contain both analogue and digital material for many years to come.
  • Need to maintain consistent intellectual information about each asset, regardless of its physical manifestation.
realising media asset value
Realising Media Asset Value

Re-using, re-purposing and re-selling your content effectively and efficiently implies:

  • All assets catalogued in a single system (or one that provides a single-system view)
  • Analogue assets physically managed and conversion to digital formats automated
  • Digital assets available for on-line viewing and editing
mass digitisation challenges
Mass-Digitisation Challenges
  • Multiple analogue formats
  • Reuse of existing metadata
  • Metadata stored in database vs. metadata stored directly in digital file
  • Loss of analogue material during digitisation process
  • Automation of the whole process whether ad hoc or batch
mass digitisation solution
Mass-Digitisation Solution
  • All assets catalogued in a single system (or at least a single-system view available)
  • Analogue assets physically managed
  • Conversion to digital formats automated
  • Existing metadata reused
  • Ad hoc and batch capability
demo setup

Sun

MAV-70XGI

Demo Setup

MAVIS

Monitor/ Review

A/V file

MAVIS + Mediaware

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The Challenges of Mass-Digitisation

A unified approach to analogue and digital media makes mass-digitisation much less of a challenge!