Acceptance criteria in the context of massive migration processes
22 June, 15.00 CEST – online – free with registration
How to define what ‘good’ looks (or sounds) like? Each project must deliver on three main measurable parameters: budget, timeline and quality. How do we define and measure quality for a project for the massive migration of archive content? This question has its philosophical, technical and monetary aspects.
While there is no expectation of a “silver bullet” answer, there is certainly a lot of value in sparking up a debate with a view to understanding how different organisations have been approaching this question in the past, and what are best plans for the future. To hear a number of expert voices and discuss this matter with the broad audiovisual archiving community, the FIAT/IFTA Preservation and Migration Commission organises a free, online, afternoon seminar on Tuesday 22 June, 15.00 CEST.
On the confirmed speaker’s list:
- Miroslav Čuljat (RTÉ – Ireland)
- Charles Fairall (British Film Institute – UK)
- Bruno Burtre (NOA – Austria)
The Seminar is free but registration is required.