Featured Project Archive for the Bob Dylan Music Company
Featured Project: Archive for the Bob Dylan Music Company
Bluewall is delighted to announce it has designed, implemented and built an archive for the Bob Dylan Music Company. Dylan is one of the most important figures of the 20th century and his base of material will certainly be enjoyed for centuries to come. We at Bluewall are very excited to match our expertise with a project of such importance.
The project includes:
- Security and Client Confidentiality
- Consulting and Customizations
- Comprehensive Digital / Physical Archive Strategy
- Extensible Digital Architecture Plan and Framework Implementation
- Simplified Ingestion, Retention and Recall of Master Digital Files
- Encoding Audio and Video Media Files for HTML 5 compatibility
- Browse-able highest quality Catalog / Archive powered by our platform, Kairos
- Custom Architectural Storage Plan designed to scale with ingestion
- Building Servers and Hardware Implementation
- Archival Media Metadata Plan and Style Guide
- Asset Inventory Reports and Knowledge Management
- High Level Support and Maintenance
Kairos is a groundbreaking way of working with multimedia content online. Its built-in format conversion, storage, and metadata capabilities juice up your library's capabilities, and its open source license and API make it a compelling platform for developers. We're using it on this very site, in fact -- watch the videos to find out more.
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