SMPTE-NY June 2013 Meeting
An Overview of the Archive Challenge
Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Archive used to be the worry of big film studios and TV networks, but current production and delivery pipelines where digital assets move on and off flash media and spinning disks have pushed archive issues to the forefront.
Iris & B.Gerald Cantor Film Center
New York University
36 East 8th Street, New York, NY
(between University Place & Greene Street)
Subway Stations: A C E, B D F V, N R W, 1 , 6
5:30 reception on first floor
6:30 event start time
8:30 end event
Guests and Non Members Welcome! Refreshments will be served!
Produced by Bruce Follmer, ABC; Robin Schanzenbach, NYU
Joe Beirne of Technicolor/Postworks will give a snapshot of the challenges of wrangling media and metadata from digital acquisition through post and on to archive.
Doug Hynes of StorageDNA will decode the buzz about LTO, exploring new workflows enabled by LTFS and beyond.
Merrill Weiss, Chairman of SMPTE's working group on AXF will outline its structure and show how we might craft a sustainable approach to storage of our media assets in a world of rapidly changing digital technology.
When & Where
We are the New York Section of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE), the leading technical society for the motion imaging industry. Our more than 500 members live or work in northern New Jersey, southern New York and all of Connecticut.
SMPTE members are spread throughout 64 countries worldwide. Over 200 Sustaining (institutional) Members belong to SMPTE, allowing networking and contacts to occur on a larger scale. Touching on every discipline, our members include engineers, technical directors, cameramen, editors, technicians, manufacturers, designers, educators, consultants and field users in networking, compression, encryption and more.
SMPTE was founded in 1916 to advance theory and development in the motion imaging field. Today, SMPTE publishes internationally-recognized Standards, Recommended Practices, and Engineering Guidelines, along with the highly regarded SMPTE Journal and its peer-reviewed technical papers. SMPTE holds conferences and local Section meetings to bring people and ideas together, allowing for useful interaction and information exchange.
SMPTE strives toward its goal through:
- Membership: Promoting networking and interaction
- Standards: Developing industry standards
- Education: Enhancing education through seminars, exhibitions, and conferences