The workshop will be an opportunity for in-depth discussions with experts on the needs of public archives for the preservation of movies.
Making movies is costly and time-consuming. Preserving them is critical.
The Interoperable Master Format (IMF) is a recognized and standardized intermediate format for making and distributing complex audio-visual content, and has emerged as a promising candidate for archiving and preserving it.
The HPA IMF User Group (https://www.imfug.com) is organizing two workshops this fall to explore this complex problem:
- Preserving movies with IMF
- Preserving and re-purposing studio productions using IMF
When: October 25 in Los Angeles, CA, USA
Program chair: Florian Schleich <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Event page: Workshop on preserving and re-purposing studio productions using IMF
Submit your presentation proposals by July 1 at email@example.com
Submissions from archives, content producers/owners, product manufacturers and movie professionals are welcome. All submissions should include a short abstract (3-4 sentences) and specify the target event (Amsterdam and/or Los Angeles). Presentations should have a maximum duration of 15 minutes and should focus on archival and preservation use cases and workflows.
These workshops are a unique opportunity to meet experts and implementers, and share ideas, use cases, and requirements. Admission will be open to all, with tickets available starting August 1, 2019.
We are organizing not one, but two workshops tackling the application of IMF to archival workflows.
Details at the links below.
The deadline for submitting proposed presentations is July 1. Tickets will be made available starting August 1.
13 September 2019 at the Eye in Amsterdam, NL
Program chair: Siegfried Foessel
25 October 2019 in Los Angeles, USA
Program chair: Florian Schleich
Topics covered included:
- Planning workshops on applying IMF to archival workflows
- Authoring subtitles and captions for HDR video
- Improving file hashing performance
Below is contact information for IMF UG members at NAB 2019.
|TMD (TransMedia Dynamics)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sony Pictures Technologies||Brian Vessa 310-779-9938|
|GIC||Henry Gu 818 564 6442|
|Nordic Entertainment Groupemail@example.com|
|Colorfront||Renaissance Suite 832 & 1530|
|Rohde & Schwarz - DVS||SL6405|
|Dalet Digital Media Systems||SL6610|
|Prime Focus Technologies||SL9605|
|nablet||SU12003 (w/ Hiscale)|
|AWS / Amazon||SU2202|
|Fraunhofer DMT USA||SU4816|
Jack Wenzinger (AWS), Greg Geier (Sony Pictures Entertainment), Lucas Carboni (Fox Media Services), Chris Fetner (Netflix), and Pierre-Anthony Lemieux (IMF UG chairman) share their perspective on component workflows at the HPA Tech Retreat 2019.