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Friday, November 20 • 11:15am - 11:45am
Evaluating a Preservation Standard: A FADGI FFV1/MKV Working Group Report

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In September 2019, Federal Agencies Digital Guidelines Initiative (FADGI) community formed a subgroup to investigate and document the feasibility of adopting FFv1 and Matroska (MKV) as a preservation format option for digitized video in federal agencies. This project was prompted by the increasing adoption of FFv1/MKV as a preservation format in recent years by cultural heritage institutions. Large scale adopters included the New York Public Library (NYPL), Indiana University Bloomington, the Walter J. Brown Media Archive at the University of Georgia, and many more. This report will discuss the activities of the subgroup, including the evaluation process and the outcome of testing, areas where further development are warranted, and the current status of the project. FADGI is committed to transparency and welcomes all comments.

Speakers
avatar for Charles Hosale

Charles Hosale

Library of Congress
Charles Hosale is an archivist at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, where his responsibilities include preserving and providing access to audiovisual records. His interest in preservation best practices, file formats, and digital processing spurs his participation... Read More →
avatar for Rachel Curtis

Rachel Curtis

Library of Congress
Rachel Curtis is a Digital Project Specialist at the Library of Congress and serves as the Project Coordinator for the American Archive of Public Broadcasting. In this capacity, she manages the ingestion of preservation files and associated metadata into the Library’s archive, works... Read More →


Friday November 20, 2020 11:15am - 11:45am PST
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