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Thursday, October 3 • 9:00am - 12:30pm
W4: Overview of IASA-TC 06 Guidelines for Video Preservation: Formats, Carriers and Workflow

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IASA-TC 06 Guidelines for the Preservation of Video Recordings was published online as modules in early 2018 (https://www.iasa-web.org/tc06/guidelines-preservation-video-recordings). This workshop will walk participants through the technical details of each section of the guidelines including the video carriers, signal and signal extraction as well as planning, setup, and workflows for video digitisation. IASA-TC 06 identifies six classes of video recordings, each with its own strategies and methods to support the long-term preservation of the underlying content. For the most part, the scope for the initial edition of IASA-TC 06 is limited to the digitisation of "class 1," analogue videotapes, and transfer of content from selected types of digital videotapes. Work is ongoing, with later editions planned to cover born-digital video, metadata, and the production of new video recordings in preservable formats. The discussions of target formats for digitised video will include updates on new standards work for the Matroska and MXF wrappers and the FFV1 codec. This interactive session will give participants the opportunity to gain an understanding of the first version of these in-depth guidelines. Participants will also be able to provide feedback and comments on the existing sections of IASA-TC 06 as well as help shape the forthcoming planned sections on born-digital video content.

Speakers
avatar for Peter Bubestinger-Steindl

Peter Bubestinger-Steindl

Peter Bubestinger-Steindl studied Media Computer Science at the Technical University in Vienna.He has worked as a project leader and developer in the field of digital archives since 2002.As employee of NOA, he set up and developed solutions for both television and radio archives and... Read More →
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Andy Martin

Operations Manager at DAMsmart
Andrew is the Operations Manager at DAMsmart, heading up all technical operations. With over 11 years at DAMsmart, Andrew has been at the forefront of ensuring all DAMsmart’s projects, large and small, have been a success.Andrew is responsible for the technical requirements and... Read More →
avatar for Lars Gaustad

Lars Gaustad

Head of moving image preservation, National Library of Norway
Lars Gaustad is head of moving image preservation at the National Library of Norway. The library holds the heritage collection of moving images in Norway as well as being responsible for handling the legal deposit of film and television. He has chaired the Technical Commission of... Read More →
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Carl Fleischhauer

IASA Technical Committee
Carl Fleischhauer worked on a variety of digitization and digital preservation projects at the Library of Congress beginning in 1983. His more recent projects at the Library include the Format Sustainability Web site and coordination of the Audio-Visual Working Group of the Federal... Read More →
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Somaya Langley

Digital Curation Manager, University of Sydney
Somaya Langley has a background in the arts and culture, broadcast, festivals, information technology, archives and libraries. The past two decades of her career is reflected in having worked at each stage of the digital content production lifecycle. She prefers to take a holistic... Read More →
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Kate Murray

Digital Projects Coordinator, Library of Congress
Kate Murray is the Digital Projects Coordinator in the Digital Collections Management and Services at the Library of Congress where she leads the Federal Agencies Digital Guidelines Initiative (FADGI) Audio-Visual Working Group and the Sustainability of Digital Formats website. Prior... Read More →


Thursday October 3, 2019 9:00am - 12:30pm
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