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Digital Media Initiative (DMI)




Enabler Overview Diagram



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BBC DMI Project Info for Backstage (Part 2)

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  1. 1. Digital Media Initiative (DMI) Enabler Overview Diagram Grading and graphics on Organise Assets within the broadcast quality footage Search the local library for Assets Library Assets logged to using Logging information facilitate local search Finishing Craft Edit Log Assets Media Cards retruned to base Management LocalSearch Editing (short shoots) Fine editing taking place on Tapeless Ingest WIP Library broadcast quality footage Capture Immediately Users / Audience share assets after ingest Content Captured using memory cards Share On sie ingest?? t Independents Share and review rough - edits, Recycling of tapeless camera over network cards on site (long shoots) Synch PullEditing Synch Pulls Reviewing BBC Area for Sharing on Proxies, over Reith rd content with 3 Parties Post Production Houses Worldwide can review clips 3 r d Paries the BBC share for motion gallery sales content with Bundling & Woldwide Packaging Digitisation of existing archive Archive Content Management materials Medi a Management Organise Assets within the Archive Transcoding Completed assets available Submission of valuable RedBee to Red Bee in tapeless footage to the archive Search, view and retrieve Transcoding into formats to format archive footage over the service multiple platforms network Archi e submission v Search DMI Project Info - Backstage 7 08/08/07
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