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  • WelcomeIntroductions: Kevin and Extensis folk (Marisela, Jeremy, Jim)BathroomsWhere we’re having lunch (the same room at 11:45)Presentation hand outs – printed out so you can take notesEvaluation formsMy intro: 14 years, Adobe/Dell/Gateway, certs from Adobe/Apple/Microsoft, Product Manager @ Extensis, editor of DLC, monthly contributor to CMSwireAgenda:(emphasize afternoon content)(examples/bullet points of why it will be good to attend – give benefits/highlights of each part of the day)
  • Disclaimer:I work for Extensis,Extensis makes DAMThis is not a sales pitch but an event focused on DAM, not a sales pitchDisclaimer: I work for Extensis, but I’m going to show you tips that can apply to any DAM system or even if you’re not using a DAM system.30 minutes Images, videos, and documents oh my! You and your coworkers have so much stuff, stored in so many locations—how do you quickly find what you need? Often the result is recreating or repurchasing what already exists. Even worse, sometimes the wrong files end up being used in the wrong format because, hey, we’re on a deadline! The result is time lost, increased costs, and inconsistent branding. Face it, if you’re a hoarder you’re not going to get rid of them. So how are you going to overcome these problems? In this session you’ll learn search techniques that can help you avoid these types of search disasters.
  • ThereLots of topics proposed for the event todayWe don’t have time to cover it all during one day
  • Admit it – how many of you guys are here because this is what you are…According to dictionary.com, a hoard is defined as “a supply or accumulation that is hidden or carefully guarded for preservation, future use, etc.” This definition also applies to rich media collections in several ways.First, rich media files accumulate over time, from many places, and in many formats.Second, the rich media hoard is often hidden in various locations — across computer workstations, file servers, CDs, removable drives and other data stores.Third, the hoard is carefully guarded — you don’t want anyone mucking up your hoard, deleting files, taking what they want, or ignoring brand or licensing guidelines. Finally, preservation is important — you’re keeping this stuff around because it’s valuable and you plan on using it again in the future (hopefully).Being a rich media hoarder isn’t a bad thing. Somebody needs to roll up their sleeves, take a trip to the digital container store, and get the house in order. However, the first step in correcting a dysfunctional hoarding situation is recognizing [next slide] that there’s a problem.
  • Explosion of assetsSocialDevicesQualityVideo
  • Where did I put that file (DAM)The OS search sucks when multiple people or servers/computers are involvedYou know you have a particular file, you just can’t find it. You may recall certain details like what it looked like, when it was created, the project it was created for or maybe even the file name. However, you look everywhere but you still can’t find it.No way to search (you can search your computer, but not the network)You ask your colleagues or the client if they know where a copy is, but they don’t know either. You simply have too much stuff, in too many places, and eventually give up on your search because it takes too long. If this happens more than a few times a year, you might be a rich media hoarder.Similar to the first example, you know you have a particular file somewhere. However, based on previous search failures you don’t even put effort into finding files from past projects. Instead, you know that it’s a better use of resources just to re-create the file. So you bring back in the designer or photographer and do it all over again. Or you repurchase and re-license – talk about a waste of moneyDuplicate files and formats (on demand conversion)You store multiple variations of a single image in multiple formats instead of managing one master file. For example, instead of just keeping the high resolution TIFF or Camera raw file you also manage JPEG, PSD and PDF versions in case someone needs them in that format in the future.Managing the collection ends up taking three times the time because you’re managing three times the formats. This also means one file takes up approximately three times the storage space. If you intentionally duplicate files in this way, you might be a rich media hoarder.The hypocritical gatekeeper (NetPublish)You closely guard your hoard of rich media files and rarely let mere mortals near it. While the hoard exists for other people to use and create value for your company, you are diligent in protecting “your” files from misuse and abuse.However, finding and delivering files to other people ends up being a huge annoyance to you because other people can’t find files themselves. If you don’t have a system in place for controlling how other people access the files you manage, you might be a rich media hoarder.Bloated presentations and lopsided graphics (Presets)When people end up using files from your hoard, sometimes they use a version that’s not the correct size, format or dimension for the intended use. This problem often manifests as a stretched or skewed image, a pixelated graphic, or a turgid PowerPoint file that swells due to the placement of several 100 MB+ print-quality graphics in its belly. If you or your colleagues ever use rich media files in the wrong format, you might be a rich media hoarder.Incorrect use (metadata fields, access levels/catalogs,ExpiredOld brandingNot licensed/released (billboard)…people need information about assets, and hoarders need ways to control access
  • Why am I telling you what DAM is? It was a description for this seminar. However, if you have this issue DAM and the related principals around DAM are the solution to your problems. We didn’t really advertise this event as being about DAM, we wanted to focus on the problems that DAM solves. You just know you had a problem, so you connected with the content of our seminar. These are things you can do today even if you don’t have dam that will help you if you get DAM in the futureDo we have any beginners to DAM in the room? (raise hands)Before we jump in, I wanted to quickly cover the definition of DAM – I won’t spend too much time on the basics since most of us are already familiar.DAM is the effective management and distribution of digital assets such as images, documents, creative files, audio and video clips. DAM solutions allow organizations to centrally catalog, store, retrieve and distribute large collections of valuable digital assets.
  • Search techniquesTo reiterate, this particlular section is about search techniques- the only way to have access to these search techniques is through a DAM system. There will be other tips and techniques that will apply for people that don’t have a DAM system. The old way: browsing folders, searching email, asking coworkersThe new way: DAMFind: why it’s good: you can just type stuff in! it’s indexed which means it’s fast (the tool doesn’t need to scour)Advanced find: be more specific, if lots of results come back you may want to narrow it down. Also useful for guiding people or letting them know what’s availableExpress Palette: Don’t leave the workspace you’re familiar with, get what you need where you need it (in the app you want to use it in)NetPublish: give people self-service access, while still protecting your hoardDemo of QuickFind, Find, Express Palette, and NetPublish (using iPad simulator?)
  • We’ve learned and have succeeded with having it more in the morning (rather than waiting) because….Getting you think about what the pain points are, and what others’ pain points are that also apply to you that you might not be aware ofGetting people to connect with each other early on so that you meet other peers so that you can be talking about these things during lunch and the rest of the dayMeeting people early in the day to break the ice and get more engagedHelp us also get an understanding in detail of what your pain points are, so we can identify going through this if we’re addressing that or if we need to go in a different direction. Give you the opportunity to be comfortable in asking questions throughout the seminarSpit people up by company
  • Vent your frustrations within a safe group setting. What are the pain points of rich media organization in your workplace? What have you found that works, and what doesn’t? During this roundtable discussion, you and your peers will talk about what it’s like finding, organizing, and converting rich media files within your company. In the regroup section you’ll learn what those at the other tables have identified as the key take-aways for each of the round table topics, and those key take-aways will be used to guide the seminar.3 sections of 20 minutes15 minutes, 15 regroup, 15 min next topic, 15 regroup
  • Vent your frustrations within a safe group setting. What are the pain points of rich media organization in your workplace? What have you found that works, and what doesn’t? During this roundtable discussion, you and your peers will talk about what it’s like finding, organizing, and converting rich media files within your company. In the regroup section you’ll learn what those at the other tables have identified as the key take-aways for each of the round table topics, and those key take-aways will be used to guide the seminar.3 sections of 20 minutes15 minutes, 15 regroup, 15 min next topic, 15 regroup
  • How do you hoard is like how you control access to itMetadata is one of the most proposed topicsVent your frustrations within a safe group setting. What are the pain points of rich media organization in your workplace? What have you found that works, and what doesn’t? During this roundtable discussion, you and your peers will talk about what it’s like finding, organizing, and converting rich media files within your company. In the regroup section you’ll learn what those at the other tables have identified as the key take-aways for each of the round table topics, and those key take-aways will be used to guide the seminar.3 sections of 20 minutes15 minutes, 15 regroup, 15 min next topic, 15 regroup
  • Metadata is one of the most proposed topicsVent your frustrations within a safe group setting. What are the pain points of rich media organization in your workplace? What have you found that works, and what doesn’t? During this roundtable discussion, you and your peers will talk about what it’s like finding, organizing, and converting rich media files within your company. In the regroup section you’ll learn what those at the other tables have identified as the key take-aways for each of the round table topics, and those key take-aways will be used to guide the seminar.3 sections of 20 minutes15 minutes, 15 regroup, 15 min next topic, 15 regroup
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  • This is what we said the session is going to be about…..Breathe in, and breathe out…and relax! Getting organized doesn’t need to be stressful, in fact, it helps reduce stress in the long run. Getting organized also means being able to quickly find the files you need, or even better, letting other people find the files instead of you. In this session you’ll learn practical tips on file naming, folder organization, keywords, and other organizational tricks you can start using immediately.…just wanted to re-iterate
  • Who’s willing to tell me what an asset is – share your definition of asset
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  • Who’s willing to tell me what metadatais – share your definition of metadataShow examples of these fields in PortfolioPoint out context of how this stuff is useful for intermediate and maybe even advanced – what metadata can do
  • Why would they use XMPMetadata embedding/extracting
  • Why would they use XMPMetadata embedding/extracting
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  • Whether you have a DAM solution in place or not…what I’m going to cover will help you get more organizatedYou might not have DAM right now, but this can help you in your situation even right now
  • Whether you have a DAM solution in place or not…what I’m going to cover will help you get more organizatedYou might not have DAM right now, but this can help you in your situation even right now
  • What’s a folder heirarchyyou could store all of your files in one folder and then use a digital asset management system to find everything by keywords or other metadata. Here’s some reasons why this usually isn’t a good approach.Access Outside of the DAMA well-structured folder hierarchy makes it easy for anyone to find what they’re looking for, especially when they’re not using a DAM. Many DAM systems use an open file repository that can be accessed like a normal folder. Administrators can provide basic access so authorized users just go to a regular old folder to find what they need or add files – no special software or training required.OrganizationFolders provide another level of organization in addition to keywords, taxonomies, folksonomies, categories and other ways of grouping files in within a DAM. Need to quickly group several files together? Put them in a folder! The folder will group the items within the DAM as well as for any other external users.Automatic CatalogingMany DAM systems have features for automatically cataloging one or more specified “hot folders”. Need to catalog a file so that it’s available in the DAM? Just place it into the appropriate folder.An Absolute LocationWhile keywords and other metadata within a DAM can change, the path to a file is absolute. If you place a file within a folder, it will still be there when you look for it later (unless someone with the right file permissions moves it). Search results can change as options and information within the DAM change, but the folder the file is stored within will always be the “truth” – a place where you know you can find the file.PerformanceA Windows file server can theoretically hold 4,294,967,295 files in one folder, and a folder on a Mac file server can theoretically hold 2,147,483,648. However, you would have a difficult time viewing that folder as your file manager (Explorer on Windows, Finder on Mac) choked on the contents trying to display the mile long list of filenames, dates and thumbnails. Even in the tens of thousands of items range, performance can suffer when too many files are stuffed into one folder. Storing files in a multiple folders can improve performance both inside and out of your DAM.
  • Create a Folder TemplateCreate an empty group of folders and subfolders as a template if the same subfolders will be used throughout the folder structure, or if you anticipate creating folders in the future that need a common group of subfolders. This will allow you to quickly copy and paste the template of subfolders into new folders instead of manually creating each subfolder. For example, every folder created inside the “Projects” folder could use a template of “Artwork”, “Layout”, “Fonts” and “Text” subfolders.Determine Folder DirectionDo you create a “2012” folder inside of the “Events” folder, or create an “Events” folder inside of the “2012” folder? The answer to this question usually depends on how people will browse your folder structure and how often new folders will need to be created.Determine Level of GranularityIt may be unrealistic to create every single folder that will ever be needed up front, so there will usually be a level at which users can create their own subfolders. A good approach is to determine the first two, three or four levels in the hierarchy and then let users create subfolders for the lower levels. For example, you could have a folder called “Projects” where users would could create subfolders as needed.Don’t “Float” FoldersPlacing a space, underscore, or other special characters at the beginning of a folder name will force the folder to “float” to the top of alphabetically sorted lists. However this trick can lead to problems since the folder does not appear in its usual place. For example, someone browsing for the “Projects” folder may miss the “_Projects” folder at the top of the list expecting to see it between the “Marketing” and “Research” folders, and end up creating a duplicate “Projects” folder without the underscore in front.Don’t Use Mac-specific OptionsThe Mac OS Finder lets OS X users do cool things like apply color labels to folders and apply custom icons to folders instead of using the generic folder icon. People may become accustomed to seeing this on the Mac, or rely on it assuming that windows users can see it too. Also keep in mind that the following characters are allowed on Mac, but not on Windows: \\ / : * ? “ < > | [ ] & $Use Folder Names to Apply KeywordsSome DAM systems and search tools will generate keywords based on the folders where files are stored. When setting up your folder structure think about keywords that would be applied based on folder names. For example, a file in a folder called “Holiday Party” inside the “Events” folder will appear in search results for “holiday”, “party”, or “events”.Avoid Redundancy TrapsTry not to create folders with overlapping categories. If you have a top level folder called “Pictures” and another top level folder called “People” you probably don’t want to copy a picture of a person into both folders. Instead eliminate one folder or the other, or place one folder inside of the other. For example, the “Pictures” folder could go inside the “People” folder.Create a Cheat SheetDocument your folder hierarchy rules and conventions. You don’t need to create anything complex, just a listing of what goes at each level of the hierarchy along with a list of “DOs” and “DON’Ts” based on these best practices.Consider Starting OverStart fresh with a new, clean, and well planned folder structure if your existing folder structure is too disorganized. This can be done by moving existing items into the correct place within the new structure, or by choosing a cutoff date at which point the old location becomes a read-only archive where any changes must be copied to the new location.
  • Explanation of a catalogLess is MoreI’m often asked the question “How many catalogs do I need?” As with most things digital asset related, the answer is “it depends”. However, using “less” catalogs is typically better than using “more”. In many, but not all cases, the best option is to only use one catalog.Why only one catalog? Simplicity.One Place to LookOnly using one catalog means you only need to look in once place for assets. With multiple catalogs you have to pause, remember, and think about which catalog to use. Going back to the file cabinet example, it’s easier and less time consuming to look in one filing cabinet than checking several cabinets. Some DAM systems have the ability to search multiple catalogs simultaneously. However, multi-catalog searches can be slower to return search results, may require that users open or specify the catalogs to search, or require that the metadata field(s) to search exist across the catalogs being searched.One Place to SetupWhen starting off with a new DAM, time is spent configuring catalog settings. Custom fields, metadata options, user permissions, and other administrator settings are set for each catalog. Creating more catalogs means more time spent on configuration. While new catalogs can be created based on existing catalogs or templates, some amount of fine tuning is usually required for each catalog. With one catalog there is a single set of options which means less complexity and fewer settings to think about.One Place to ManageA key benefit of DAM is centralization – everything is in one location. When you need to add, change, or retrieve something in a centralized system you only need to look in one place. When assets are split into multiple catalogs, there are more “places” to look. Since catalogs are distinct containers, assets and metadata added to one catalog will not automatically appear in other catalogs. This means that files and information added to one catalog do not automatically appear to other users in other catalogs. While embedding metadatainto files and using “watch folders” can synchronize assets and metadata between multiple catalogs, doing so duplicates data and creates additional complexity. I’ve encountered several instances where multiple catalogs were created during implementation, but the number of catalogs became too unwieldy, and a time consuming catalog consolidation project was necessary to simply management of the system. Starting out with one catalog, and not duplicating data, means less management overhead and less hassle later on.
  • How many people use more than one catalog – why?Different WorkflowsCreating more than one catalog can better accommodate different workflows operating within a single DAM. Each catalog can contain a different set of custom fields, metadata options, user permissions, and other administrator settings. For example, a catalog for the Manufacturing group may contain very different assets and settings than a catalog for the Human Resources department. Seeing pictures of employee photos mixed with product shots, and metadata fields for “Part Number” right next to “Employee Name”, could confuse users and slow down the workflow. A separate catalog for each group would allow separate settings that are customized to the needs of each workflow. John summarized this point in the last article, “…I have to understand my client users and design the catalogue function directly to their individual or collective requirements, and most importantly making searching and retrieval as efficient as possible for them.”Access ControlHaving any access to a catalog provides a minimum level of access to the information in that catalog. If you have access to the catalog, you can find out information about what’s inside the catalog. Splitting up assets into multiple catalogs provides more control over what users can see and use. If both Manufacturing and Human Resource assets are in the same catalog, then Manufacturing can access Human Resource assets and vice versa (depending on how user and catalog permissions are set). The Human Resource catalog may contain confidential information that the Manufacturing group should not see. Creating separate catalogs allows administrators to control user access on a per-catalog basis.Different Starting PointsIn the last post I mentioned how using one catalog means only needing to look in once place. In some cases having to pause, remember, and think about which catalog to use can be good thing. By choosing one catalog as a starting point, you can rule out other items that you don’t want to appear in your search. Someone looking for product shots can logically open the Manufacturing catalog and not have to worry about filtering out assets that are stored in the separate Human Resources catalog. As Brian pointed out in the last post, “If you think about the thing you are looking for, it naturally leads to the proper catalog.”Organizational MethodWhile catalogs can be further ordered into subcategories using galleries, custom fields, and folders, creating more than one catalog creates a whole other dimension for organization. Different catalogs can be created for by department, year, client, product, types of assets, or any other category you can think of. Brian provided an example workflow that involved “Broad categories for catalogs … like ‘exhibit graphics archive’ and ‘photo ops’, ‘Images’ and ‘festivals’.”PerformanceCreating more than one catalog can also mean storing fewer assets within any one catalog. Although SQL based catalogs can handle millions of assets within a single catalog, some flat file or proprietary databases can encounter performance problems or limitations with hundreds of thousands of records. By indexing assets across multiple catalogs there is less to search in any one catalog, which can mean faster performance from both a technical and user perspective: the flat file database has to churn through less data, and users don’t have as many possible search results to sort through. Again our friend Brian points out “Rather than having one giant catalog with over 100K items, we end up with several with between 5,000 to 30,000 items – which makes search results appear much faster.”Managing Large FilesOne catalog with more assets also can mean a larger flat file database (when a SQL database isn’t being used). These larger files can take longer to backup as Charlie Sheen is Winning points out. In some situations, flat file databases can also encounter file size limitations depending on the DAM, operating system, and file system. However, the size of flat file databases can be decreased not only by reducing the number of assets, but also minimizing settings such as thumbnail size, what metadata is being captured, the number of fields, and other settings that affect the amount of data stored in the catalog. Some DAM systems also provide an optimization or “recovery” command for rebuilding the database schema and reducing flat file database size.BackupCharlie Sheen is Winning also commented that catalogs “can be unstable and corrupted”, and “catalogs with missions of records can go bad”. I see this point as supporting the need for a good backup strategy more than the need for creating multiple catalogs. While storing data across multiple catalogs means losing less data in the event of a failure, losing any data at all is unacceptable. While modern DAM systems shouldn’t encounter these problems in the first place, it’s important to have a backup system in place because hardware and software failures can occur (as well as user error). A backup strategy usually involves storing an offsite copy of your catalog in one or more offsite locations, and testing the restore process to make sure everything will work properly in the event of a disaster. With or without a backup system in place, it’s also important that issues with catalog stability are reported to DAM vendors who have resources to recover catalog data and address underlying issues.
  • I Wish They All Could Be Properly Sized JPEG Images: Getting the Right Files into the Right Formats.How many times have you seen an awkwardly squished or stretched image, an unprofessional pixelated graphic, a transparency mishap, or a bloated PowerPoint presentation? Don’t let this happen to you (or anyone you care about).  Learn how you can make your files available in the correct format, quality, and size without any additional work. Not everyone is a Photoshop master, so we’ve got to help others do it right.
  • Respository vs. disk: talk about originals, thumbnails, previews, and proxy clipsScalability may require SQL
  • Respository vs. disk: talk about originals, thumbnails, previews, and proxy clipsScalability may require SQL
  • Not everyone has photoshopOf if they do they don’t want to bog down the machine
  • How to make assets available to the wider college community - Tell them to go here and look for yourselfShow presets in web client and show NetPublish portalSharing with other departments is becoming more important because of the size of your collections. It's expanding by tens of thousands of imgages every year and you need to be able to direct people to find stuff they need.Tell them to go here and look for yourselfConversion presetsSelf-service portalsShow how NetPublish is dynamic – remove an item from the gallery and show how it disapperas. Talk about how SmartGalliers can automate this.
  • How to make assets available to the wider college community - Tell them to go here and look for yourselfShow presets in web client and show NetPublish portalSharing with other departments is becoming more important because of the size of your collections. It's expanding by tens of thousands of imgages every year and you need to be able to direct people to find stuff they need.Tell them to go here and look for yourselfConversion presetsSelf-service portalsShow how NetPublish is dynamic – remove an item from the gallery and show how it disapperas. Talk about how SmartGalliers can automate this.
  • Some bonus material that wasn’t in the original agenda but was required during the signup process
  • Get the right people involved (including IT!). Find a champion, someone that feels the pain (its probably you!Focus on solving problems, not features. What’s important, as opposed to nice to have (things that can be solved later)Try before you buy. Get a demo, or a way to try things out with your files.Start small—build on small successesI hear so often that people are using and satisfied with DAM, but aren’t using it to its fullest capabilities – that’s because you don’t need all the bells and whistles with DAM, just the things that sovle your probelms
  • What Can DAM Do for Me?Make a business case and justify DAM to your bossSave TimeFind Files Fast: Quickly find, organize, and convert all your digital media from one centralized location.Avoid Interruptions: Improve efficiency by helping others quickly find what they need, on their own. No more requests or interruptions for images, documents, and videos.Reuse and Re-purpose: Don’t waste time and money recreating what already exists. Get the most out of past projects by reusing and re-purposing existing assets.Ensure Correct Access: Help others make the right choice by making it easy to find approved files in the right formats.Save Money (and Increase Revenue)Stop Do-overs: Reduce costs by eliminating the need to recreate “lost” assets.Avoid Fees: Track usage rights to avoid fees associated with incorrect usage, license violations, and other compliance issues.Spend Less: Empower others to convert files into the desired format without purchasing and installing additional desktop software and hardware upgrades.Increase Revenue: Enable the sale and licensing of your digital assets.Improve Customer Service: Decrease the turnaround time and delivery of digital media your clients.
  • These are some questions for IT to conside, we don’t have time to go into detail but our ICS team can helpMedia engine clusterMac vs. PCStore catalog data in SQL when practical for long term catalogs because SQL offers greater control and management of catalog data. This is only if your organziation standardizes on SQL. SQL is not a requirement because most DAMs have built-in databases. However using external SQL can improve performance especially for large installtions.
  • I Wish They All Could Be Properly Sized JPEG Images: Getting the Right Files into the Right Formats.How many times have you seen an awkwardly squished or stretched image, an unprofessional pixelated graphic, a transparency mishap, or a bloated PowerPoint presentation? Don’t let this happen to you (or anyone you care about).  Learn how you can make your files available in the correct format, quality, and size without any additional work. Not everyone is a Photoshop master, so we got to help others do it right.
  • Thanks for attending
  • Media engine clusterMac vs. PC

Rich Media Hoarders Seminar - NYC 2012 Rich Media Hoarders Seminar - NYC 2012 Presentation Transcript

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