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New metadata enables legal content sharing across IPTV platforms

New metadata enables legal content sharing across IPTV platforms | The Machinimatographer | Scoop.it

At last, IPTV is getting a standard framework for interoperability of rights information as a result of cooperation between the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and ITU.

 

The two bodies have come up with a new metadata standard to ensure that that multimedia content can be shared legally across different platforms by exchanging the relevant rights details.

 

The two agencies have been working on the standard for some years and have aligned their content technically so that the two combined effectively provide a super standard covering all the relevant bases. IEC 62698 recognizes that as consumers become increasingly mobile, IPTV services need to operate flexibly across multiple platforms while protecting content producers rights.


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Nicolas Weil's curator insight, May 25, 2013 9:34 AM

Sounds like a "never-will-be-implemented" norm but still interesting...

José Eugênio Grillo's curator insight, June 14, 2013 10:14 AM

video metadata

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Embedded Metadata Manifesto initiative: how metadata should be embedded and preserved in digital media files

Embedded Metadata Manifesto initiative: how metadata should be embedded and preserved in digital media files | The Machinimatographer | Scoop.it

This is where you find information about embedding metadata into digital media files.

 

The Embedded Metadata Manifesto defines five guiding principles for creating and storing metadata, so important data is carried with the file wherever possible.

 

The Embedded Metadata Manifesto is an expression of a business need by those who use metadata. It is addressed to the parties adding and managing metadata and to the vendors of hardware and software whose systems enable media and metadata workflows.

 

It is known that metadata is often ignored or dropped from media files as they are passed through a workflow. The Embedded Metadata Manifesto raises awareness about the squandering of this business value.


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