Overview

"This book explains the potential for applying asset management to image and multimedia libraries, increasing efficiency in content creation and simplifying distribution over a variety of channels including television, TV, the Internet, webcasting, mobile phones and wireless PDAs." Digital Asset Management offers real world examples of successful DAM systems used in TV news, post-production and corporate media along with an overview of the key steps in cost-effective implementation of an enterprise-wide DAM ...
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Digital Asset Management

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Overview

"This book explains the potential for applying asset management to image and multimedia libraries, increasing efficiency in content creation and simplifying distribution over a variety of channels including television, TV, the Internet, webcasting, mobile phones and wireless PDAs." Digital Asset Management offers real world examples of successful DAM systems used in TV news, post-production and corporate media along with an overview of the key steps in cost-effective implementation of an enterprise-wide DAM system.

Audience: Television broadcast technical management and engineers.

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"Austerberry does a remarkable job of showing the way forward to the largest potential users of such systems, while still making it very clear how education and training will move during the next decade or so...all in twenty well written, well illustrated and well indexed chapters...the book is certainly not one that will sit unread on your shelf." - British Journal of Educational Technology

The book is highly recommended for both beginners and more advanced readers, alrhough perhaps not for engineers who are involved in digital asset management on a daily basis. The book is up-to-date, informative, relevant, comprehensive and accurate.-European Broadcasting Union, January 2007
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781136033612
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 6/20/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 352
  • File size: 17 MB
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Meet the Author

Editor, World Edition of Broadcast Engineering magazine, and Director of Informed Sauce, a media consultancy and training provider based in London, UK.

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Table of Contents

Preface
1 Introduction to digital asset management 1
2 Document and content management 22
3 Media management 37
4 The case for digital asset management 58
5 Asset formats 68
6 The system components 105
7 XML 126
8 Cataloguing and indexing 138
9 Search engines 161
10 Content description standards 176
11 The presentation tier 189
12 The application server 200
13 Databases 218
14 Disk storage and media servers 234
15 Mass storage 254
16 Storage management 269
17 Document security and digital rights management 289
18 System integration 312
19 Digital asset management products 321
20 Applications 331
Abbreviations 341
Index 347
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