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====Usability====
 
====Usability====
 
JHOVE2 does not include a GUI, which will be challenging for many users.
 
JHOVE2 does not include a GUI, which will be challenging for many users.
The default output (e. g. in xml, txt or json) is very talkative and can contain up to 3500 lines for one TIFF file.
 
 
====Expertise required====
 
====Expertise required====
 
Installation requires solid knowledge of command line interfaces and experience with manually editing configuration files. Creation of the assessment policies requires detailed knowledge of digital preservation standards and technologies.  
 
Installation requires solid knowledge of command line interfaces and experience with manually editing configuration files. Creation of the assessment policies requires detailed knowledge of digital preservation standards and technologies.  
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= User Experiences =
 
= User Experiences =
Please note that JHOVE2 cannot cope with any empty spaces in the command line. Therefor, JHOVE2 has to be stored in a folder which can be typed in without any empty space.
 
  
As the output is extremely wordy and contains so much information that it is difficult to tell if a certain TIFF file is valid or not, it might be helpfull to configure the output options. This is possible in the sgml-file. It might proove to be difficult for the average non-SGML-expert to handle the file.
 
  
 
= Development Activity =
 
= Development Activity =

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