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Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
Presentation Slides, “Creating Access to Audio & Video Digital Media:  The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”
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The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame” Presented by: Karen Cariani, Adam Wead, & Jon Dunn

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  • 1. Hot Topics: The DuraSpace Community Webinar Series Series Two: Managing and preserving audio and video in your digital repository Curated by Karen CarianiJune 6, 2012 Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 2. Webinar 2: Creating Access to Audio & Digital Media: The Variations on Video Project & the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Presented by: Karen Cariani, Jon Dunn & Adam WeadJune 6, 2012 Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 3. About our presenters • Karen Cariani, Director, Media Library & Archives, WGBH Boston • Jon Dunn, Director, Library Technologies & Digital Libraries, Indiana University • Adam Wead, Systems & Digital Collections Librarian, Rock and Roll Hall of FameJune 6, 2012 Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 4. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Adam Weed, Systems & Digital Collection LibrarianJune 6, 2012 Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 5. Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame Library and Archives• Hall of Fame was founded in 1985• Original library was in the Museum, but was overrun due to space limitations• Archival materials were moved to off-site storage• In 2000, the Rockhall Foundation (NYC) began a capital campaign• Raised $10 million• New facility built at Cuyahoga Community College Metro campus in 2010 Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 6. Library and Archives (cont.)• Began archival processing and cataloging in 2010• Grand opening in April 2012• 256 processed archival collections• Over 8,000 cataloged library items• Free and open to the public 9–5, M-F• Serves researchers, Museum staff and anyone who wants to come in Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 7. Library and Archives Staff• 8 full time staff (permanent)• Librarians: Director, Public Services Librarian, Metadata Librarian, Library Assistant, Systems Librarian• Archivists: Head Archivist, A/V Archivist, Assistant Archivist• 3 project archivists and 3 project catalogers (2010-2012)• Interns and volunteers Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 8. Digital Collections: Museum• No pre-existing asset management system• No digitization• No archival processing• Needed to have something in place by April 2012• Decided to focus on institutional content first• Other archival collections from storage were unprocessed and their contents unknown• Institutional content had the greatest need for preservation and access requirements Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 9. Digital Collections: Museum (cont.)• Approx. 1,500 hours of video in various tape formats: Betacam, MiniDV, DigiBeta• Educational department lectures and presentations• Songwriters to Soundmen TV series• Some induction footage• No born-digital content (yet)• Outsourced to vendor for digitization Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 10. Digital Collections: Foundation• Induction ceremony footage• Over 800 additional tapes• Selected 150 for priority digitization• Remaining tapes can be processed “as needed” – mostly ISOs and miscellaneous footage• Formats include BetacamSP, DigiBeta and HDCam• 90 mins to 2 hours each Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 11. Video Content Challenges• Archival-quality: uncompressed, 10-bit, 4:2:2 chroma video yields very large files• 125 GB/hr for SD, the majority of our content, and 500 GB/hr for HD• Currently, only 60 hours of priority HD content from HDCam tapes but 400 total tapes exist• Future induction footage will be HD Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 12. Access Issues• Access limited to onsite only• Surrogate files are primary means of access: compressed H.264 video• Uncompressed files only needed for future transcoding or for third-party distribution if H.264 video is unsuitable• Have not had any requests for preservation video yet Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 13. Storage Solutions• Tailored our storage system to fit our access needs: high data volume, low access rate• Small, surrogate video files are kept on disk, in a SAN for immediate access• Uncompressed video files are kept on LTO-5 tape using hierarchical storage so that they can be moved back to disk when needed• For archiving, all files are backed up to two LTO-5 tapes: one stored at the Museum (3 mi. away), and a second at Iron Mountain in Boyers, PA Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 14. Storage Pros and Cons• Start small, grow as needed• Archiving data to tape is time-consuming• Ex. 8 TB ingest takes about a week• Retrieving uncompressed data from tape is time-consuming• Requests for large files must be scheduled: limited hardware resources for multiple retrievals• Modular design of our storage system offers easy expansion should requirements change Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 15. Tools• Hydra software stack• Fedora repository• Large video files are stored as external datastreams accessible via HTTP• PBCore for descriptive metadata• Records are exported to Blacklight for public access• Video streamed using open source software: Wowza with Flowplayer Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 16. System Overview Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 17. Fedora ModelHot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 18. Costs and Limitations• Storage systems represent the bulk of the monetary costs• Digitization vendor expenses come second: George Blood Audio/Video digitizes our video• Staff hours spent developing software (me)• Staff hours spent cataloging items: one librarian, one archivist, plus volunteers Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 19. Pros and Cons• Costs saved through in-house development vs. ability to produce working software• Atomistic fedora model can work with any kind of A/V content• Staffing determines cataloging rate• Lack of organization make processing collections time-consuming• We have a digital “backlog” for content that we can’t yet ingest Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 20. Future Work/Challenges• Images and documents: institutional and from archival collections• Audio from archival collections• Models in Hydra to deal with new content types• Mapping archival description to Fedora objects to create coherent finding aids• Merging physical archival content with digital Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 21. For More Info• About Us: http://library.rockhall.com• Our Catalog: http://catalog.rockhall.com• About Hydra: http://hydraproject.org/• Our Hydra “head”: https://github.com/awead/Hydra-Rock Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 22. Variations on Video:Building the NextGeneration Library MediaManagement System DuraSpace Hot Topics Webinar Jon Dunn Indiana University June 6, 2012
  • 23. Presentation Outline Background and motivations Technical architecture Development roadmap and process
  • 24. Background: Variations Open source digital music library system developed at Indiana University In use at IU since 1996, in various forms Used at about 20 institutions, mainly for streaming audio course reserves variations.sourceforge.net
  • 25. Variations on Video Educational institutions collaborating with open source software communities Led by Indiana University and Northwestern University Libraries Goal: Create an open source system to enable libraries and archives to provide online access to video and audio collections
  • 26. Variations on Video Planning grant from IMLS  August 2010 – June 2011 Implementation grant from IMLS  October 2011 – September 2014
  • 27. Variations on Video: Project Objectives Develop a digital audio/video management and delivery system, focused on needs of libraries and archives Follow an agile, open source development model Leverage existing technologies, where feasible Communicate and market the project broadly to increase awareness and grow the community of users and developers
  • 28. Partners and Collaborators
  • 29. Variations on Video: Motivators Demand from Variations implementers and other institutions Increased video digitization and creation at IU  IU Media Preservation Initiative  IU IT strategic plan: Empowering People No existing system serves needs of libraries History of involvement in open and community source software Desire to create a sustainable foundation for Variations development and maintenance
  • 30. Indiana University Bloomington Media Preservation Planwww.indiana.edu/~medpres/
  • 31. Serving the needs of libraries and archives Wide variety of audio/video collections, uses, and access needs  Licensed educational video collections  Video/audio e-reserves  Archival collections  Open access collections Research and teaching & learning use Long-term management and access Tie-in with preservation
  • 32. Variations on Video: Content Video Live University digitized Performances produced from Feature Films video library Research-collections related Video Archival TV shows collections Files with Lecturepurchased Series Faculty-or licensed producedstreaming video rights Field Documentaries Recordings
  • 33. Existing Products Institutional and digital library repositories  DSpace, Fedora, Digital Commons, ContentDM Web video services  YouTube, Vimeo Streaming servers  Flash Media Server, Real Helix, Wowza, Red5 Classroom lecture capture  Echo360, Mediasite, Opencast Matterhorn Digital asset management systems  OpenText, NetXposure Online video environments  Kaltura, Brightcove
  • 34. Variations on Video Designed to meet needs of libraries and archives  Storage requirements  Streaming  Transcoding  Access control  Media players  Structural metadata / navigation  Ease of use and administration
  • 35. Variations on Video: Basic Functionality Video file upload/ingestion Transcoding Descriptive metadata entry / bulk upload Basic structural metadata Discovery Delivery and navigation Reuse
  • 36. Key Architectural Components Hydra framework Fedora repository Opencast Matterhorn Streaming Server
  • 37. Hydra Frameworkhttp://projecthydra.org
  • 38. Opencast Matterhornhttp://opencast.org/matterhorn/
  • 39. Architecture Revisited Hydra Framework  Search for free  Rich toolset for quick development  “One body, many heads” Opencast Matterhorn  Flexible processing pipeline; highly modular Streaming Server  Flash/RTMP, HTML5/HTTP, and Apple Live HTTP Streaming all required  Red5 – open source and support in Matterhorn  Flash Media Server – popular and iOS support
  • 40. Variations on Video: Roadmap Release 0 (July 2012)  Manual video and basic metadata ingest  Transcoding  Search and basic playback in desktop browsers Release 1 (December 2012)  Desktop and mobile audio/video playback  Clip and playlist creation  Authentication and group-based authorization  Manual and batch ingest  More complete discovery interface Release 2+ (2013-) …
  • 41. Development Process Scrum agile approach, based at IU and NU  Single virtual distributed team Other partners will install, test, and provide feedback Transparent planning and development process  Open wiki, Jira, mailing lists  Regular public demos Engage additional community involvement over time
  • 42. For more information http://variationsonvideo.org/ Variations on Video e-mail list  E-mail vov-l-subscribe@indiana.edu to subscribe twitter.com/varvideo facebook.com/varvideo
  • 43. Questions? Jon Dunn Indiana University jwd@iu.edu Adam Wead Rock and Roll Hall of Fame awead@rockhall.orgJune 6, 2012 Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 44. Solutions for Digital Media Preservation• DuraCloud is simple, flexible and cost effective• DuraCloud offers expandable storage space as needed for your media files• Streaming media services availableJune 6, 2012 Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  • 45. Solutions for Digital Media Preservation • Sign up for a free 2 month trial account today www.duracloud.org • Priced for every budget http://duracloud.org/pricingJune 6, 2012 Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series

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