IMAGES FOR THE FUTURE
Selection Audiovisual Material and Progress
EUscreen International Conference
Rome, 8 October 2010
H...
IMAGES FOR THE FUTURE
• Funded by Dutch government
• Start July 2007
• End July 2014
Project objectives
• Conservation, digitisation and encoding of the
material
• Clearing of rights and opening a basic
coll...
Consortium IMAGES FOR THE FUTURE
• Netherlands National Archive, The Hague
• EYE Film Institute, Amsterdam
• Knowledgeland...
100 years of content
• 137.200 hours of video
• 22.510 hours of film
• 123.900 hours of audio
• 2.900.000 photo’s
Targets ...
Targets Sound and Vision
• 137.200 hours of video
• 17.510 hours of film
• 123.900 hours of audio
• 1.200.000 photo’s
Criteria for selection
• Irreplaceable cultural heritage
• Heart of the audiovisual collection
• Reference material
Sound and Vision background:
Collecting Areas
• Primarily National Public Broadcasters
• Radio since 1934, television sinc...
• Business Productions
• Incl. Heineken, NS (Dutch Railways)
• Commercials
• Music
Sound and Vision collection amounts to ...
Non Audiovisual Materials provide context and
additional historical perspective
• Photos, 2 million
• Objects, 20.000
– Te...
Material
• Digital Betacam, BCN, VHS
• ¼ inch magnetic audiotape, DAT, lacquer
records
• Nitrate film, acetate film 35mm, ...
Multimedia catalogue iMMix
• Digital archive
• Software for operation, distribution,
downloading, etc.
• Workflow manageme...
a ‘Half way there’ moment
target annually result to date june 2010
Digitisation video 137.200 19.600 59.692 1.994
Digitisa...
Digital born content
Annual growth:
• Public television progr. (since 2006/7):
8.000 hours
• Public radio programmes (sinc...
2010 situation
115.000
279.000
56.000
250.000
digitised
analogue
born digital
music
approx. 700.000 hours of audiovisual m...
2014 situation
278.610
115.000184.000
250.000
digitised
analogue
born digital
music
approx. 825.000 hours of audiovisual m...
Volume of digital archive
• Currently >3 petabyte
• In 2014 expected >12 petabyte
• http://www.beeldenvoordetoekomst.nl
• http://www.beeldengeluid.nl
Videos directed by René Koenders and Leony Kleine, Sou...
sector-middag
6/8/08Nederlands Instituut voor
Beeld en Geluid
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Images for the Future - Hans van der Windt
Images for the Future - Hans van der Windt
Images for the Future - Hans van der Windt
Images for the Future - Hans van der Windt
Images for the Future - Hans van der Windt
Images for the Future - Hans van der Windt
Images for the Future - Hans van der Windt
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    1. 1. IMAGES FOR THE FUTURE Selection Audiovisual Material and Progress EUscreen International Conference Rome, 8 October 2010 Hans van der Windt Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Hilversum
    2. 2. IMAGES FOR THE FUTURE • Funded by Dutch government • Start July 2007 • End July 2014
    3. 3. Project objectives • Conservation, digitisation and encoding of the material • Clearing of rights and opening a basic collection • Contextualization of the material • Set up a distribution infrastructure • New services (education etc)
    4. 4. Consortium IMAGES FOR THE FUTURE • Netherlands National Archive, The Hague • EYE Film Institute, Amsterdam • Knowledgeland, Amsterdam • Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Hilversum
    5. 5. 100 years of content • 137.200 hours of video • 22.510 hours of film • 123.900 hours of audio • 2.900.000 photo’s Targets for the IMAGES FOR THE FUTURE project
    6. 6. Targets Sound and Vision • 137.200 hours of video • 17.510 hours of film • 123.900 hours of audio • 1.200.000 photo’s
    7. 7. Criteria for selection • Irreplaceable cultural heritage • Heart of the audiovisual collection • Reference material
    8. 8. Sound and Vision background: Collecting Areas • Primarily National Public Broadcasters • Radio since 1934, television since 1951 • Including broadcasting history • Government Productions • Information/education • Documentary material • Social Historical Interest • Amateur Film
    9. 9. • Business Productions • Incl. Heineken, NS (Dutch Railways) • Commercials • Music Sound and Vision collection amounts to 70% of Dutch Audiovisual Heritage
    10. 10. Non Audiovisual Materials provide context and additional historical perspective • Photos, 2 million • Objects, 20.000 – Technical: camera’s, broadcasting vans – Program related: sets, puppets, costumes – Consumer: TV's, radio’s • Paper Collections – Correspondence: Letters, Diaries, Contracts – Scenarios, shooting scripts; Scrapbooks
    11. 11. Material • Digital Betacam, BCN, VHS • ¼ inch magnetic audiotape, DAT, lacquer records • Nitrate film, acetate film 35mm, 16mm, 8mm • Negatives, slides, black&white and colour
    12. 12. Multimedia catalogue iMMix • Digital archive • Software for operation, distribution, downloading, etc. • Workflow management • Ingest client • Metadata client • DRM-systeem
    13. 13. a ‘Half way there’ moment target annually result to date june 2010 Digitisation video 137.200 19.600 59.692 1.994 Digitisation film 17.510 2.501 5.458 270 Digitisation audio 123.900 17.700 47.119 1.521 Digitisation photo 1.200.000 171.429 161.322 50.670 1 July 2007 – 30 June 2010 Current result from the project 115.000 hours are available in file format in our digital archive Before 2008 this was less than 10.000 hours
    14. 14. Digital born content Annual growth: • Public television progr. (since 2006/7): 8.000 hours • Public radio programmes (since 2009): 24.000 hours Total approx. 1 petabyte per year
    15. 15. 2010 situation 115.000 279.000 56.000 250.000 digitised analogue born digital music approx. 700.000 hours of audiovisual material
    16. 16. 2014 situation 278.610 115.000184.000 250.000 digitised analogue born digital music approx. 825.000 hours of audiovisual material
    17. 17. Volume of digital archive • Currently >3 petabyte • In 2014 expected >12 petabyte
    18. 18. • http://www.beeldenvoordetoekomst.nl • http://www.beeldengeluid.nl Videos directed by René Koenders and Leony Kleine, Sound and Vision hvdwindt@beeldengeluid.nl Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Hilversum
    19. 19. sector-middag 6/8/08Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid 1

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