The Computerized Movie File System Venture.

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Contextual analysis framework for protecting computerized movie materials ... exploring and giving an account of advanced archival frameworks for films ...
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The Digital Motion Picture Archive Framework Project Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Science and Technology Council Nancy Silver, Digital Archival Program Manager © 2008 AMPAS

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Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Established in 1927 Represents the makers\' of movies perspective Recognizes greatness with the Academy Awards ® World\'s biggest movie paper library, 5 th biggest film chronicle (50,000 film titles, 7,500 electronic bosses), 240 representatives Educational and social bolster programs Coming: The Museum © 2008 AMPAS

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The Science and Technology Council An Academy "office" shaped in 2003 Mission: Preserve history of movie innovation Present instructive projects Facilitate specialized data stream Resource for Academy on specialized matters >150 Academy individuals and industry specialists required in Council exercises © 2008 AMPAS

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Highlights of the Digital Motion Picture Archive Framework Project Case-study framework for saving advanced film materials Requirements report that spotlights on the computerized protection needs of the autonomous producer and littler film documents Image information position determination, improvement and institutionalization for films Education and effort Research © 2008 AMPAS

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Case-study framework for safeguarding computerized movie materials The contextual investigation framework depends on a genuine and noteworthy computerized gathering to find the operational substances of computerized movie recorded procedures. The objectives of the contextual analysis framework are to be an asset for: inventoriing and preparing an example computerized movie gathering researching and providing details regarding advanced chronicled frameworks for movies examining and giving an account of metadata gauges for indexing and characterizing computerized movie materials producing suggestions for recording and arranging advanced film materials characterizing the part of the advanced preservationist © 2008 AMPAS

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Requirements Document The necessities report will concentrate on film industry-driven prerequisites for digitally aced and "conceived advanced" movies as they identify with the necessities of the autonomous producer and little files. © 2008 AMPAS

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Image information position detail, advancement, and institutionalization This venture component will concentrate on the particular, improvement, and institutionalization of a related arrangement of computerized film record designs. The arrangements that will be created are: Image securing group Mastering position Archival configuration © 2008 AMPAS

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Educational endeavors The Academy has a long history of delivering enlightening and instructive open projects and materials that draw on its remarkable enrollment and high open profile. The Digital Motion Picture Archive Framework Project is relied upon to create an abundance of data to be imparted to the business and open on the loose. Each of the undertaking components will have related instructive and/or distribution segments. © 2008 AMPAS

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Research This venture component will bolster research endeavors, either performed at the Academy or coordinated by the Academy at proper colleges and exploration labs. Introductory subjects for thought include: Development of strategies for recognizing early cautioning of the weakening of physical media for computerized moving picture content Suitability of information pressure advancements for the advanced movie chronicle Archiving and conservation of substance creation devices Alternate picture recording methods and advances for long haul documented use Standardized advanced file test pictures groupings

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Partners The Council\'s present work includes the support of more than 150 of the business\' driving technologists, speaking to the majority of the real film studios and real innovation and administration suppliers. The Digital Motion Picture Framework Archive Project will draw from this pool of specialists and others outside the film business as required.

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