Descriptive Metadata for Television: An End-to-end Introduction
Descriptive Metadata for Television is a comprehensive introduction for television professionals that need to understand metadata's purpose and technology. This easy-to-read book translates obscure technical to hands-on language understandable by real people.
* Must-have information for video production in an IT world
* Introduces metadata to people who have only heard of the word
* Short and introductory---no technical knowledge necessary
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Descriptive Metadata for Television is a comprehensive introduction for television professionals that need to understand metadata's purpose and technology. This easy-to-read book translates obscure ... Read full review
1 What Is Metadata?
2 Types of Metadata
3 Metadata Schemes Structures and Encoding
4 The Impact of Technology Change on People and Metadata Processes
5 Identifiers and Identification
6 Metadata for the Consumer
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AACR2 application audience audio audiovisual broadcasting camera captured cataloging records commercials consumer controlled vocabularies copy created creation CRID data structures database describing description definition language descriptive metadata descriptors developed devices digital file digital system Dublin Core editing electronic encoding essence example Film and Television footage Format genre Hallmark Hallmark Cards interactive International Internet Inventory Number ISAN KTLA LCNAF Library of Congress license MAC address MARC meta metadata elements Moving Image names newsfilm NewsML organization original PBCore Peabody Awards picture playout preservation production program material public archive registered retrieve searching set-top box shot SMPTE stage standard stored tape technical metadata Television Archive textual tion track TV-Anytime UCLA UCLA Film UMID unique identifier users UUID videocassette Wisconsin Public Television workflow