AudioVisual Heritage and the Digital Universe
Speakers and Presentations

New Web-Based Technology
for Environmental Monitoring of
Moving Image Collections
James M. Reilly
Director, Image Permanence Institute
Rochester Institute of Technology
Open Source Archival Repositories
and Preservation Systems
Kevin Bradley
Curator of Oral History and Folklore and
Director of Sound Preservation at the National Library of Australia
HF-Bias Signal Pick-Up & Pre-processing for Wow & Flutter Correction of Analogue Magnetic Tape - Analyses and Limitations in Practical Application

Nadja Wallaszkovits
Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna
Heinrich Pichler
Audio Consultant, Vienna

Video Archiving:
On the Way to the IT-World
Franz Pavuza
and Julia Ahamer
Phonogrammarchiv, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna
Quality Control in Digital Cinematography John Galt
Senior Vice President, Advanced Digital Imaging, Panavisio
The EDCINE Project for Archives:
A System for Conservation and Access
Based on MXF and JPEG 2000

Arne Nowak
Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits, Germany

Luís Nunes
MOG Solutions, Portugal

Film Archives: Needs and Requirements in the D-Cinema Age

Nicola Mazzanti
Consultant, Film Archiving and Preservation, FIAF Technical Commission

Paul Read
M.Sc., Ph.D., FBKSTS. Paul Read Associates (UK), Consultant Film and Digital Cinema Post-Production
FIAF Technical Commission

Preserving Digital Public Television
Part One
An Overview of MXF and the Search for the Video File Wrapper
Dave MacCarn

Thomas Edwards

Carl Fleischhauer
Library of Congress
Part Two
Designing the Repository
James Bullen, Unni Pillai
and Brian Hoffman
Digital Library Team, New York University
Images for the Future Giovanna Fossati
Curator, the Nederlands Filmmuseum
New Tools for Film Sound Restoration Robert Heiber
President, Chace Audio
Migration of 1.5 million Hours of Audio-Visual Material at the Swedish National Archive of Recorded Sound and Moving Images Martin Jacobson
Head of Technology and Development,
Swedish National Archive of Recorded Sound and Moving Images
Spatial Resolutions: Restoring Motion Pictures in 4K Daniel DeVincent
Director of Digital Imaging, Cineric, Inc.
Tools for Audio Preservation:
The Sound Directions Project

David Ackerman
Lead Engineer for the Harvard College Library’s Audio Preservation Service

Mike Casey
Co-chair of the ARSC Technical Committee and Associate Director for Recording Services, Archives of Traditional Music, Indiana University

Archiving and Delivery
of Student Portfolios
Dirk Matthews
Assistant Director, Portfolio Center
Columbia College Chicago
Assessment and Prioritization:
Recent and Current Research and Development Projects
Introduction by Chris Lacinak
AudioVisual Preservation Solutions

Part I - Assessment

Léon-Bavi Vilmont
Project Manager, PrestoSpace “Media Condition Assessment” Work Package CRCDG – Centre de Recherches sur la Conservation des Documents Graphiques

Part I - Assessment
The Preservation of Magnetic Tape Collections – One Perspective

Jean-Louis Bigourdan
Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute of Technology

Part I - Assessment
The Preservation of Magnetic Tape Collections – Another Perspective

Tanisha Jones
New York University

Part II - Prioritization
The Field Audio Collection Evaluation Tool

Michael Casey
Indiana University

Special Collections Material Survey Instrument

Janet Gertz
Columbia University

The Task Force on Selection for Digital Transfer

Dietrich Schueller
Director, Phonogrammarchiv of the Austrian Academy of Sciences
IASA Technical Committee
Non-Contact Surface Metrology for Preservation and Sound Recovery from Mechanical Sound Recordings P. J. Boltryk, M. Hill, J. W. McBride, A. Nascè
School of Engineering Sciences, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK

N. Bewley , W. Prentice
British Library Sound Archive, London, UK
Archiving Meets Automatic Speech Recognition - Curse or Blessing? Christophe Kummer
NOA Audio Solutions
Digital Storage Options - a Transitional Perspective How Current Storage Technologies Can Facilitate Longevity and Access

Richard Hess
Vignettes Media

John Spencer
President, BMS/Chace

Jim Wheeler
Media Forward

Using Audio Description Text for Shot-by-Shot Indexing of Films

James M Turner
Université de Montréal

Suzanne Mathieu
Université de Montréal

Metamorphosis of a Digital System: A Retrospect to 7 Years of Growing Experience for Audio Digitizing Hermann Lewetz
Austrian Mediathek, Vienna

Automated Workflows in Mass Audio Archiving

Rob Poretti
Sascom, Toronto
Save Our Audiovisual Memory (SAM) Frédéric Dumas
French National Audiovisual Institute
Archival Cylinder Box: An ARSC Design and Engineering Project Bill Klinger
Association for Recorded Sound Collections

The James A. Lindner Prize

The James A. Lindner Prize shall be awarded to an individual, group of individuals or an organization for research, which by its originality, breadth and scope, is having or may potentially have a major impact on the technology of the preservation of moving images and/or recorded sound.

Awarded jointly by SEAPAVAA, AMIA and IASA the prize will be funded with an endowment established by James A. Lindner, an internationally respected authority on preservation and migration of magnetic media. The award will consist of a cash prize and a certificate of recognition.