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== Description ==
 
== Description ==
 
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embARC (Metadata Embedded for Archival Content)is a tool for metadata embedding and validation in DPX files. It currently supports checking against FADGI’s Guidelines for Embedded Metadata within DPX File Headers for Digitized Motion Picture Film as well as required SMPTE 268 metadata rules. embARC enables users to audit and correct internal metadata of both individual files or an entire DPX sequence while not impacting the image data.
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embARC (“metadata embedded for archival content”) manages internal file metadata including embedding and validation. Created by [http://www.digitizationguidelines.gov/  FADGI] (Federal Agencies Digital Guidelines Initiative), in conjunction with [https://www.weareavp.com/ AVP] and [https://www.portalmedia.com/ PortalMedia], embARC features flexible options for DPX (Digital Picture Exchange) files to support FADGI’s Guidelines for Embedded Metadata within DPX File Headers for Digitized Motion Picture Film as well as required SMPTE 268 metadata rules. embARC enables users to audit and correct internal metadata of both individual files or an entire DPX sequence while not impacting the image data. Functionality for additional file formats is in development, including MXF files. embARC is developed in JAVA.  
embARC is created and maintained by FADGI (Federal Agencies Digital Guidelines Initiative), in conjunction with [https://www.weareavp.com/ AVP] and [https://www.portalmedia.com/ PortalMedia].
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The tool wraps FFmpeg, CRC32C and uses Nitrite. It is developed in JAVA.  
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Further information about the software and release history is available at:
 
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Current release is 0.1.5 beta.
 
Current release is 0.1.5 beta.
 
Github repo: https://github.com/LibraryOfCongress/embARC
 
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Windows and Mac builds: http://www.digitizationguidelines.gov/guidelines/embARC.html

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EmbARC
internal file metadata management including embedding and validation
Homepage:http://www.digitizationguidelines.gov/guidelines/embARC.html
License:CC0 1.0 Public Domain
Platforms:Windows, Mac


[edit] Description

embARC (“metadata embedded for archival content”) manages internal file metadata including embedding and validation. Created by FADGI (Federal Agencies Digital Guidelines Initiative), in conjunction with AVP and PortalMedia, embARC features flexible options for DPX (Digital Picture Exchange) files to support FADGI’s Guidelines for Embedded Metadata within DPX File Headers for Digitized Motion Picture Film as well as required SMPTE 268 metadata rules. embARC enables users to audit and correct internal metadata of both individual files or an entire DPX sequence while not impacting the image data. Functionality for additional file formats is in development, including MXF files. embARC is developed in JAVA.

Further information about the software and release history is available at: http://www.digitizationguidelines.gov/guidelines/embARC.html

[edit] User Experiences

A google doc of the user guide is availabe at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1twXVvNwsQdc-u_kHyURyjmKQl3R7bOpYX_Po0uXJVXk/edit

[edit] Development Activity


Current release is 0.1.5 beta. Github repo: https://github.com/LibraryOfCongress/embARC Windows and Mac builds: http://www.digitizationguidelines.gov/guidelines/embARC.html

Contributors

Kmur (22.1%), Lindlar (77.9%)