Mobile CatalogingSteve TatumVisual Resources CuratorArt and Architecture LibraryVirginia TechBlacksburg, Virginia
Field NotesAt the site with an      iPhone
Evernote                       Photo taken in the appEvernote is a cloud service that requires a subscription to use notes...
Voice recording and text included with the note
Location of the note is shown when there is an   internet connection  The iPhone does not require aconnection to record a ...
Thumbnail view of notes
GPS devices give a more   precise location    Garmin screen shots
Track log from a Garmin View of a desktop program
OCR for labelsand signs
Wall label, Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke, Virginia
FotoNote
METADATAHotel, Coffee Shop, WIFI       with an iPad
Suggested procedureWrite xmp side cars on the iPad.Join the side cars with raw files from thecamera at home on a computer.
Bridge uses xmp side cars to write IPTC for raw files
Writing IPTC core for xmp files using PhotosInfo ProSelect camera images from an import album
Home AgainEmbedding metadata in master files         with a computer
iTunesSave the export folder to the computer
Import xmp from the   Import raw files from the        iPad                  camera
Copy xmp files to the image folder
Bridge before copying xmp to the image folder
Bridge after copying xmp files to the image folder
Final StepsEmbedding the metadata    Convert the raw images to tif or another format that       supports embedded metadata...
More Information Metadata Deluxe Wiki http://metadatadeluxe.pbworks.com/w/page/49203730/Ap ple%20iPadAll photos by the aut...
Thanks to GallerySystems for making the    panel possible!
VRA 2012, Embedded Metadata, Mobile Cataloging
VRA 2012, Embedded Metadata, Mobile Cataloging
VRA 2012, Embedded Metadata, Mobile Cataloging
VRA 2012, Embedded Metadata, Mobile Cataloging
VRA 2012, Embedded Metadata, Mobile Cataloging
VRA 2012, Embedded Metadata, Mobile Cataloging
VRA 2012, Embedded Metadata, Mobile Cataloging
VRA 2012, Embedded Metadata, Mobile Cataloging
VRA 2012, Embedded Metadata, Mobile Cataloging
VRA 2012, Embedded Metadata, Mobile Cataloging
VRA 2012, Embedded Metadata, Mobile Cataloging
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Presented by Steve Tatum at the Annual Conference of the Visual Resources Association, April 18th - April 21st, 2012, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Session: Embedded metadata in cultural image collections and beyond

Over the past few years visual resources professionals have increasingly been using embedded metadata as an effective way to collect initial cataloging data, to ensure the delivery of key information with images, to archive image information, and to link VRA Core 4 with other schemas in the larger digital imaging environment. The activities and case study examples presented by panel members will include improving workflow efficiency within visual resources operations and developing ongoing relations with the International Press Telecommunications Council, a pioneer in embedding metadata into images. While this work addresses the immediate needs of visual resources for art, architecture, and related fields, it simultaneously looks outward to the increasing interoperability of all digital materials available in library collections and on the world wide web.

ORGANIZER & MODERATOR: Steve Tatum, Virginia Tech
PRESENTERS:

1: Sheryl Frisch, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
2: Joshua Lynn and Heidi Raatz, Minneapolis Institute of Arts
3: Gregory Reser, University of California, San Diego
4: Steve Tatum, Virginia Tech

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VRA 2012, Embedded Metadata, Mobile Cataloging

  1. 1. Mobile CatalogingSteve TatumVisual Resources CuratorArt and Architecture LibraryVirginia TechBlacksburg, Virginia
  2. 2. Field NotesAt the site with an iPhone
  3. 3. Evernote Photo taken in the appEvernote is a cloud service that requires a subscription to use notes off line
  4. 4. Voice recording and text included with the note
  5. 5. Location of the note is shown when there is an internet connection The iPhone does not require aconnection to record a location, only to download the map.
  6. 6. Thumbnail view of notes
  7. 7. GPS devices give a more precise location Garmin screen shots
  8. 8. Track log from a Garmin View of a desktop program
  9. 9. OCR for labelsand signs
  10. 10. Wall label, Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke, Virginia
  11. 11. FotoNote
  12. 12. METADATAHotel, Coffee Shop, WIFI with an iPad
  13. 13. Suggested procedureWrite xmp side cars on the iPad.Join the side cars with raw files from thecamera at home on a computer.
  14. 14. Bridge uses xmp side cars to write IPTC for raw files
  15. 15. Writing IPTC core for xmp files using PhotosInfo ProSelect camera images from an import album
  16. 16. Home AgainEmbedding metadata in master files with a computer
  17. 17. iTunesSave the export folder to the computer
  18. 18. Import xmp from the Import raw files from the iPad camera
  19. 19. Copy xmp files to the image folder
  20. 20. Bridge before copying xmp to the image folder
  21. 21. Bridge after copying xmp files to the image folder
  22. 22. Final StepsEmbedding the metadata Convert the raw images to tif or another format that supports embedded metadataIf you are using track logs for GPS Add the data points to the photos after converting the raw files and embedding the metadata
  23. 23. More Information Metadata Deluxe Wiki http://metadatadeluxe.pbworks.com/w/page/49203730/Ap ple%20iPadAll photos by the authorPortrait of Thomas Eakins by Elizabeth Macdowell Eakins is public domainTrademarks do not indicate affiliation or endorsement
  24. 24. Thanks to GallerySystems for making the panel possible!
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