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Future for Restoration of Audiovisual Memory in Europe
Start date: Jan 1, 2016, End date: Dec 31, 2016 PROJECT  FINISHED 

The use of audiovisual content involves new technologies and new way of delivering contents. This use requires having its analogical contents digitized, described, accessible and promoted. The FRAME training addresses, in 2 sessions, each step of the management of these contents: implementation of best practices in terms of preservation and digitization of old content, management of a file-based archive (storage, media management, security of data…), rights’ management, description and accessibility of content for various audiences. The FRAME training is composed of 2 sessions: > The 1st session is dedicated to methodological and technical issues for the implementation of digitization for film, video and sound archives, and the choice of formats, storage and digital content infrastructures. > The 2nd session deals with the new uses of archives, the different users (professionals, researchers, and general public), documentation, rights’ management and physical and digital restoration of images. Professionals from INA, and also from other European and International organizations, will address today stakes thanks to theoretical courses, visits and case studies to 15 professionals per session working in the field of audiovisual archiving and use of digital contents. Participants will benefit from: > A complete overview of the available innovative solutions, > New competences needed to identify the adequate strategy, as regard to the conditions and local priorities, to design and implement the processing lines within their own organization, > The opportunity to strengthen their network of media archive managers. FRAME is organized by Ina EXPERT, centre for expertise in media and digital content of INA, with the support of the International Federation of Television Archives (FIAT/IFTA) and Eurovision Academy operated by EBU.
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