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Examples of best practice for web access to audio and video content.

Examples of best practice for web access to audio and video content.

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  • http://pro.europeana.eu/web/guest/about/facts-figures
  • http://www.ina.fr/histoire-et-conflits/indochine-et-vietnam/video/CAF93029761/vietnam-13-mois-de-cessez-le-feu.fr.html#xtor=AL-3Got to the above by searching for video for ‘vietnam’ in Europeana
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    • 1. Case Studies and Best Practice4-5 September 2012 Vietnam Film Archive Workshops 1
    • 2. Origins: •Electronic documents •University Libraries and National LibrariesExamples •National Library of Vietnam http://www.nlv.gov.vn •Southeast Asia Digital Library SEADL (Northern Illinois Univ) http://sea.lib.niu.edu/ •VFI project with Institut National de l’audiovisuel http://www.ina-sup.com/en/about-ina-sup/creation- digital-library-vietnam-film-institute4-5 September 2012 Vietnam Film Archive Workshops 2
    • 3. YouTube !!!•Over 800 million unique users visit YouTube each month•Over 3 billion hours of video are watched each month•72 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute•70% of YouTube traffic comes from outside the US•YouTube is localized in 43 countries and across 60 languages4-5 September 2012 Vietnam Film Archive Workshops 3
    • 4. •Online from French national audiovisual archive•http://www.ina.fr•25 000 hours of free content (streamed)•But for download there is a small charge•The Netherlands (Holland) also has a nationalaudiovisual archive and national digitisation project•170 000 hours have been digitised; many partners •http://imagesforthefuture.com/en/ •Many access projects, not just one portal http://tv60jaar.beeldenvoordetoekomst.nl/4-5 September 2012 Vietnam Film Archive Workshops 4
    • 5. Museums have had a common portal for manyyears: Culture 24 www.culture24.org.uk/homeBBC, British Film Institute, British Library SoundArchive, Imperial War Museum, The National Archive– major public service institutions with audiovisualcontent. The taxpayer thinks he/she has already paidfor this content – and should have access !Joint project: The Space thespace.org/BBC archive: www.bbc.co.uk/archive4-5 September 2012 Vietnam Film Archive Workshops 5
    • 6. •There is a unit of government that covers 27European nations: the European Union•Each has a national library•All 27 national libraries have been workingtogether for 20 years: TEL = The European Library•Now they have joined with 300 culturalinstitutions to create one portal: Europeana•Has 23 million items and growing fast4-5 September 2012 Vietnam Film Archive Workshops 6
    • 7. Europeana gives quick and easy access to:•over 23 million objects (mostly text and images)•from more than 2200 institutions•from 33 countries•3 million visitors in September 2011A single place to search for contentA single place to implement new technology •Multilingual access; semantic search; special tools for audio and video content (not much of this yet) 4-5 September 2012 Vietnam Film Archive Workshops 7
    • 8. Portal: http://www.europeana.eu/portal/Tools: http://pro.europeana.eu/web/guest/home4-5 September 2012 Vietnam Film Archive Workshops 8
    • 9. Fukuoka Film Archive (Japan) – 33 Vietnamese filmshttp://www.city.fukuoka.lg.jp/fu-a/en/film_archives/Just information isonline, not the actual films.This is a still from Mrs Tu Hau,1963, director: Phan Ky Nam4-5 September 2012 Vietnam Film Archive Workshops 9
    • 10. Transcripts of sound trackAbility to move around the video using thetranscriptEven allows annotationOpen Vault: joint project of WGBH, the US publicservice broadcaster in Boston, and ColumbiaUniversity in New Yorkhttp://openvault.wgbh.org/4-5 September 2012 Vietnam Film Archive Workshops 10
    • 11. Tea breakAfter tea: technical requirements for access4-5 September 2012 Vietnam Film Archive Workshops 11

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