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Electronic Resources

UNESCO and Other Organizations

 

 

World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO)
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International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM)
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Audio Engineering Society (AES)
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Moving picture Experts Group (MPEG)
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Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE)
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European Broadcasting Union (EBU)
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Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU)
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National Association of Broadcasters (NAB)
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CCAAA Associations

 


FIAF Technical Commission

o   Choosing a Film Scanner, some thoughts on film scanner technology for film archives;

o   Setting up a digitisation workflow, a case study by EYE Film Institute, Netherlands;

o   Digital Cinema Technology and DCPs, how DCPs work, by Arne Nowak

o   Digital Cinema Equipment FAQs, a set of questions answered by Torkell Sætervadet, based on his book, FIAF Digital Projection Guide.

 

FIAF Cataloguing and Documentation Commission

 

FIAF Programming and Access to Collections Commission

 

 

 

Special Publications:

 

Guidelines & Policies:

 

Other IASA Resources:


ICA/PAAG resources:


http://www.ica.org/en/survival-kit

The Survival Kit provides basic resources to those archivists who face the challenge of organizing and managing photographic and audiovisual material. Archivists can consult the Survival Kit when faced with the question, “what do I need to know to perform an appropriate archival operation on photographic or audiovisual records?”

http://www.ica.org/en/paag-pcom-chronology-photographic-and-audiovisual-media

A Chronology of Photographic and Audiovisual Media depicts the evolution of different technologies and media: cinema, photo, sound and video. The chronology compares what is happening for each technology in different periods using nearly 100 illustrations. The chronology can be experienced as a poster highlighting the most remarkable events in the evolution of photography, film, television and video, and sound, or as a more thoroughgoing website with more text and images than contain in the poster.

http://www.ica.org/en/case-studies-1

The Case Studies address the fundamentals of processing photographic and audiovisual archives, with an eye toward future research. For each case the specificities of a collection are highlighted and solutions are explained. There are six case studies and PAAG would like to significantly increase its offerings.

http://www.ica.org/en/publications-archivists-managing-photograph-and-film-collections-0

Online publications for archivists managing photograph and films collections



Basic Manual on Setting-Up an Archive (2002) 

Audiovisual Archiving: Philosophy and Principles (2016)

Digital Disaster Recovery for Audiovisual Collections: Testing the Theory

Implementing the Achievable: Storage, Prioritisation, Disaster Planning

 

 

Resources coming soon.

 

Resources coming soon.

 

Resources coming soon.

 

Resources coming soon.

 

Electronic Resources

UNESCO and Other Organizations

 

 

World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO)
Visit website >

International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM)
Visit website >

Audio Engineering Society (AES)
Visit website >

Moving picture Experts Group (MPEG)
Visit website >

Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE)
Visit website >

European Broadcasting Union (EBU)
Visit website >

Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU)
Visit website >

National Association of Broadcasters (NAB)
Visit website >

 

CCAAA Associations

 


FIAF Technical Commission

o   Choosing a Film Scanner, some thoughts on film scanner technology for film archives;

o   Setting up a digitisation workflow, a case study by EYE Film Institute, Netherlands;

o   Digital Cinema Technology and DCPs, how DCPs work, by Arne Nowak

o   Digital Cinema Equipment FAQs, a set of questions answered by Torkell Sætervadet, based on his book, FIAF Digital Projection Guide.

 

FIAF Cataloguing and Documentation Commission

 

FIAF Programming and Access to Collections Commission

 

 

 

Special Publications:

 

Guidelines & Policies:

 

Other IASA Resources:


ICA/PAAG resources:


http://www.ica.org/en/survival-kit

The Survival Kit provides basic resources to those archivists who face the challenge of organizing and managing photographic and audiovisual material. Archivists can consult the Survival Kit when faced with the question, “what do I need to know to perform an appropriate archival operation on photographic or audiovisual records?”

http://www.ica.org/en/paag-pcom-chronology-photographic-and-audiovisual-media

A Chronology of Photographic and Audiovisual Media depicts the evolution of different technologies and media: cinema, photo, sound and video. The chronology compares what is happening for each technology in different periods using nearly 100 illustrations. The chronology can be experienced as a poster highlighting the most remarkable events in the evolution of photography, film, television and video, and sound, or as a more thoroughgoing website with more text and images than contain in the poster.

http://www.ica.org/en/case-studies-1

The Case Studies address the fundamentals of processing photographic and audiovisual archives, with an eye toward future research. For each case the specificities of a collection are highlighted and solutions are explained. There are six case studies and PAAG would like to significantly increase its offerings.

http://www.ica.org/en/publications-archivists-managing-photograph-and-film-collections-0

Online publications for archivists managing photograph and films collections



Basic Manual on Setting-Up an Archive (2002) 

Audiovisual Archiving: Philosophy and Principles (2016)

Digital Disaster Recovery for Audiovisual Collections: Testing the Theory

Implementing the Achievable: Storage, Prioritisation, Disaster Planning

 

 

Resources coming soon.

 

Resources coming soon.

 

Resources coming soon.

 

Resources coming soon.