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No Time to Wait 6: Program
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A 3 day conference on the intersection of open media, standardization, and audiovisual preservation.
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https://mediaarea.net/NoTimeToWait6
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This program is tentative, please contact the organizers at info@mediaarea.net with any requested changes.
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Questions? Please, see and add to the FAQ section on the next tab or contact us at info@mediaarea.net.
Times subject to change.
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Time (CET)WednesdayTypeDuration (min)
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Wed, October 26, 202213:00Laura Schotte👋😊Quick Introduction
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13:15Paul DuchesneWorking with Linked Open Data can seem intimidating given the range of languages and tools available. This practical workshop seeks to allow participants to work with key concepts quickly and easily, using Wikidata identifiers as a means of linking data, the basics of the SPARQL querying language, plotting analytics queries in Google Colab and federating with other open data sources.WorkshopOnsite
180 (4 blocks of 40)
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13:15
Tom Ensom, Jack Mcconchie, Dragan Espenschied
In this workshop, participants will come together to discuss pathways to providing sustainable long-term access to 360° video. 360° video is a video format in which every direction of view is recorded and made viewable during playback. It is both a target medium for immersive media and a means to document its more vulnerable forms (e.g. real-time 3D VR). 360° video itself is also vulnerable however, with a diverse array of video and projection formats in use, and a requirement for specialised playback tools. Many parts of this toolchain remain proprietary software and lack meaningful interoperability. There has been work towards technical standardisation through a number of initiatives but increased awareness and open-source frameworks are needed if we are to ensure long-term access outside of commercial platforms. The workshop will include an overview of 360° video as a medium entering cultural heritage collections and of relevant formats, tools and standards, and serve as a kick-off meeting for a project to develop a 360° video extension to the decentralised, open-source video streaming platform PeerTube. Building on the Preserving Immersive Media Knowledge Base, workshop participants will discuss currently available 360° video formats and tools, and how these might shape requirements for the PeerTube plugin. We aim to draft an implementation roadmap and form a stakeholder group with the goal of stewarding the implementation process.

We welcome both experts who wish to contribute and beginners who wish to learn!
Workshop Onsite180
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16:15Break/ Assemble for Museum Tour15
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16:30Tour of Media MuseumOnsite60
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17:30Laura SchotteClosing & Drinks (thank you NISV)
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Time (CET)Thursday
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08:30Registration3030
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Thursday, October 27, 202209:00Alessandra Luciano, Johan Oomen👋😊Quick Introduction1090
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09:10
Marjolein Steeman (Netherlands Institute for Sound & Vision)
preferred file formats at Sound&VisionPresentationOnsite25
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09:35Kate Murray / FADGIFADGI Support for FFV1 in MXFLightning TalkOnsite15
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09:50Paul DuchesneFIAFcoreLightning TalkOnsite15
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10:05
Fred Saunderson, Annabelle Shaw, Ariadna Matas (Europena copyright community)
Why (and how) we should all care about rights metadataPresentationOnline25
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10:30Break1515
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10:45John Daniel & Joanna WhitePreserving off-air TV using open source toolsPresentationOnsite25115
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11:10Dave RiceDeck Control!PresentationOnsite25
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11:35Radoslav Markov Direct video tape capture - new way for video capture PresentationOnsite25
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12:00
Stefania Oikonomou, Katerina Zourou and Bente Lilja Bye
Hackathons as Open innovation examples for cultural heritage preservation during conflict
Lightning TalkOnline15
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12:15
Tamara van Zwol (Dutch Digital Heritage Network)
Preservation Watch: monitoring technological trends in a network of expertise
PresentationOnsite25
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12:40Lunch8080
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14:00
Marin Rappard & Remco van Veenendaal (Nationaal Archief)
Introducing a Virtual Research Environment with digital preservation toolsLightning TalkMixed1595
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14:15Kieran O'Leary & Niamh MurphyLanguage bias in cultural heritage environmentsLightning TalkOnsite15
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Bruna Ribeiro Nunes (PhD candidate at TUDelft)
Speaking of Archives. The Case of António Menéres’ photo archive: an interactive and visual approach to sharing its contents and meanings with the communityPresentationMixed25
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14:55Jérôme Martinez & secret presenterLeaving a proprietary format is never easy, a storyPresentationMixed25
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15:20Killian Downing & Joseph Murphy
Digitising the Charles J. Haughey AV Collection at Dublin City University Library, Ireland.
Lightning TalkOnline15
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15:35Break1515
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15:50
Valeria Davila (moderator) with Mariana Avramo (CINAIN) and Violeta Nuñez (Colectivo por la Cinemateca Nacional de Peru)
Lo prometido es deuda:
#CinematecaNacionalYa para Peru y Argentina
RoundtableOnline60125
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16:50Kiki LennaertsAnticipating Obsolescence:
Documentation as a strategy
to preserve immersive media
Lightning TalkOnsite15
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Lisa Parolo (PhD) & Vittoria Gelati (PhD student) & Memory Slash Vision Studios
Managing digital resources. A tool for cataloguing, converting, archiving and re-using.
PresentationMixed25
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17:30Dr Jimi Jones and Karin Hodgin Jones
This Is How We Do It: An Archival Sustainability Case Study At The University Of Illinois
PresentationOnline25
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17:55Alessandra LucianoClosing
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19:00Dinner
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Time (CET)Friday
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Friday, October 28, 202209:00Dave Rice👋😊 How Does NTTW Work?Quick Introduction10105
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09:10Remco de BoerOpen is(n't) enough? Metadata for musicLightning TalkOnsite15
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09:25Mattias Wadmanfq - jq for binary formatsPresentationOnsite25
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09:50Josef Vítovec
Ingesting, preservation and access of digital archival packages using Archivematica and AtoM
Lightning TalkOnsite15
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10:05Evanthia Samaras
Findings from a doctoral research project to investigate film and TV visual effects records and archiving practices
PresentationOnline25
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10:30Jérôme MartinezState of RAWcookedLightning TalkOnsite15
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10:45Break1515
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11:00
Jacobo Castellanos, Technology Threats and Opportunities Associate at WITNESS ( jacobo@witness.org )
Leveriging Trust by Tracking the Provenance of Digital Media with Open Standards
PresentationMixed25110
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11:25
Maarten Zeinstra (IP Squared) & Maarten Brinkerink (Netherlands Institute for Sound & Vision)
Proof of Provenance: How to know where a web publication comes from? PresentationOnsite25
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11:50
Bob Coret, Roosmarijn de Groot (Koninklijke Bibliotheek, Beeld & Geluid)
Increasing Findability of (Audiovisual) Heritage Collections On the Web with the NDE Data Registry
Presentation25
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12:15Sebastian Majstorovic
Collaborative Preservation of Cultural Heritage: Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online (SUCHO)
PresentationOnline35
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12:50Lunch7070
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14:00Michael Richardson and CELLAR WGInterim Meeting for IETF CELLAR WGPanelMixed45110
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14:45
Bob Coret, Willem Melder (Koninklijke Bibliotheek, Beeld & Geluid)
Increasing Interoperability of (Audiovisual) Heritage Collections On the Web with the NDE Network of Teams
PresentationOnsite25
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15:10Kate Murray, Charles Hosale / FADGIAccessibility features for digital audiovisual collections contentPresentationOnsite25
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15:35Andrew WeaverCUE it up! An effective solution for mass CD-DA migrationLightning TalkOnline15
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15:50Break1515
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16:05Jérôme MartinezFuture of MediaConchLightning TalkOnsite1575
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16:20Reto KromerThe photon path: From sensel values to pixel valuesLightning TalkOnsite15
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16:35Ethan Gates (Yale University Library)Challenges building an emulation service for born-digital collectionsLightning TalkOnline15
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16:50Alexandru StanTake a CUHE - enabling multi-perspective exploration of digital collectionsLightning TalkOnline15
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17:05Team NTTW!Shutting it down & NTTW7!Lightning TalkOnsite15
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17:20Closing & Drinks (thanks NISV)
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