Descriptive Metadata for Television

Descriptive Metadata for Television

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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.An End-to-end Introduction Mike Cox, Ellen Mulder, Linda Tadic ... (Digital Video Broadcastinga#39;s Multimedia Home Platform), 89 DVR (digital video recorder), 105 E EAD (Encoded Archival Description), 112 ECG (electronic content guide), 13, anbsp;...

Title:Descriptive Metadata for Television
Author: Mike Cox, Ellen Mulder, Linda Tadic
Publisher:Taylor & Francis - 2006

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