Media Fragment Management
Media asset management (MAM) addresses the coordination of tasks that manage operations over media lifecycles, such as ingestion, annotation, cataloguing, storage, preservation, discovery, access control, retrieval and distribution of digital video assets. MediaMixer plans to promote the adaptation of existing media asset management systems to handle media fragments by building a reference system that extends an existing open source media asset repository.
MediaMixer envisages that aspects of MAM are enhanced and adapted to address specific concerns for management of media, creating a consistent digital content object environment capable of handling the fine level of granularity required by the media fragments specification. MediaMixer envisages management of media fragments so that robust, persistent identifiers are maintained to meet needs around both HTTP URIs for web connectivity, as well as industry identifiers. Metadata for web resources addressable by HTTP URIs are an integral part of the semantic web machinery, and MediaMixer envisages that semantic metadata for media fragments are an integral part of robust media asset management, future-proofing media assets for the web.
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