Sustainable Audiovisual Collections Through Collaboration

Sustainable Audiovisual Collections Through Collaboration

Proceedings of the 2016 Joint Technical Symposium
Edited by Rachael Stoeltje, Vicki Shively, George Boston, Lars Gaustad and Dietrich Schüller
Distribution: Global
Publication date: 06/06/2017
ISBN: 978-0-253-02713-9
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The art and science of audiovisual preservation and access has evolved at breakneck speed in the digital age. The Joint Technical Symposium (JTS) is organized by the Coordinating Council of Audiovisual Archives Associations and brings experts from around the world to learn of technologies and developments in the technical issues affecting the long-term survival and accessibility of audiovisual collections. This collection of essays is derived from presentations made at the 2016 JTS held in Singapore and presents an overview of the latest audiovisual preservation methods and techniques, archival best practices in media storage, as well as analog-to-digital conversion challenges and their solutions.

Author Bio

Dietrich Schüller is director emeritus of the Phonogrammarchiv at the Austrian Academy of Sciences and is a specialist in audiovisual preservation and re-recording.

Lars Gaustad directs the film preservation efforts at the National Library of Norway.

Rachael Stoeltje is the director of the Indiana University (IU) Libraries Moving Image Archive and established the IU film collections into the IU Libraries Moving Image Archive.

An award-winning creative director and designer for main titles in feature films and television, Vicki Shively is an Masters in Library Science candidate in digital libraries at Indiana University with a focus on moving image archives.

George Boston spent his professional career as a sound technician and manager with the BBC, including their music studios in London, Audio Unit in Manchester, and the Open University Production Centre in Milton Keynes.

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction, Rachael Stoeltje
2. Let’s Emulate the Sound of Colours! Reto Kromer
3. BFI Film Forever: Unlocking Film Heritage, Charles Fairall
4. New and Improved! Experiences from the Introduction of the National Library of Australia’s SecondDigital Collection Management System, Mark Piva
5. Changing Gears: Fast-Lane Design for Accelerated Innovation in Memory Organisations, Johan Oomen, Maarten Brinkerink, Bourke Huurnink
6. Organized Metadata Management System Using Auto-Generated Post-Production Scrip, Nobu Yamashita
7. Canalizing the Maelstrom of Metadata: Extensions on the Hourglass Model, Brecht Declercq
8. Using Film Annotation Tool as Part of the Restoration Process, Franz Hoeller
9. The Restoration of The Thousand-Stitch Belt (1937), Masaki Daibo, Tomohiro Hasegawa, and Kazuki Miura
10. Migration of Archived Video Footage: Challenges and Solutions for Hardware, Software, and WorkflowIssues, Frank Pavuza
11. An Investigation into the Restoration of Wire Recordings in the 1950s, Nie Manying, Wang Xi, Zhang Shuxia, and Yan Jie
12. Findings from the Digitization of 78 RPM Discs, George Blood
13. Playback Methods for Phonogram Images on Paper, Patrick Feaster
14. Present and Future Applications of Optical Soundtrack Scan Technology, Gilles Barberis
15. Practical VisualAudio: A Long Journey to Tangible Results, Stefano S. Cavaglieri
16. Sound Reproduction of the First Speaking Films, Thierry Delannoy
17. Marginal Analysis of Digital Video Archives Restoration Project, Yang Haisheng and Jiang Huijun
18. Digital Video Damage in Archives: Detect, Repair and Prevent—Results from the DAVID Project, Peter Schallauer & Franz Hoeller
19. PREFORMA and the MediaConch Project: Open Source Tools for Open Standards, Erwin Verbruggen, Dave Rice, Bert Lemmens, Jérôme Martinez, Ashley Blewer, Emanuel Lorrain, Antonella Fresa, and Claudio Prandoni
20. From Tape To File: Solutions For A Data-Centric Migration Workf