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Digital asset management scheme of media publishing

digital asset management includes four links: multi-channel information collection and creation, flexible information processing process management, content storage management and cross media publishing, forming a complete and unified collection, processing, storage and publishing platform

digital assets mainly refer to all kinds of valuable digital information and content accumulated by an enterprise or unit in the process of operation and production. These information and content may be stored in various formats, but they are inseparable from the production, service, operation, management and other business activities of the enterprise, and even these information and content themselves are one of the products of the enterprise. For example, for the newspaper industry, all kinds of manuscripts, pages, pictures, layout documents, background information and other information, and the large amount of digital content for publishing or services owned by these newspapers are the digital assets of newspapers. The value of media itself lies in producing these high-value information and content, and relying on these high-value content to provide information services. There are various forms of such information, such as text, graphics, images, data, audio-visual, animation, etc., and the interconnection makes the information explode. If these digital assets cannot be effectively managed, they will naturally be lost, lost, or mismanaged. If they can't be searched and reused, they will become something equal to nothing. It seems that to maintain competitiveness in the information age, it is very important to manage these digital assets for customers

content of digital asset management

digital asset management can be simple file management, or ordinary database, data classification, search engine, library management, digitization, archiving, digital rights management, It can even be multi media management, knowledge management, corporate intelligence, business intelligence, etc., which directly affect customer relationship management (CRM)

digital asset management includes four links: multi-channel information collection and creation, flexible information processing process management, content storage management and cross media publishing, forming a complete and unified collection, processing, storage and publishing platform. Through a complete digital asset management scheme, we can speed up the information production process and reduce the production cost of cross media publishing. Digital information asset management is very important for making full use of their own knowledge assets, especially in the rapidly developing information society and the highly competitive network economy, to provide valuable information to customers

digital asset management system

digital asset management system (dams) is a series of software, which provides an open platform to support the collection, creation, management, storage, archiving, retrieval Transmission and display, including images, videos, sounds, texts, movie clips, etc. These basic software are building blocks or soft buses for content creation (for example, applications that generate digital content), as well as basic components for asset management (for example, application systems that archive, browse, or query digital assets), and digital transmission and display

in essence, a digital asset management system must support all digital assets, including images, videos, movies, sounds and texts. Applications created on the basis of digital asset management system must be able to adapt to different formats (such as gif/jpeg of still images, MPEG for movies, QuickTime, etc.) and various resolutions (film resolution, TV resolution, HDTV and standard broadcast television, short films, pilot films, etc.). The platform must support format conversion, the creation of multi-resolution assets, and be able to logically organize all formats and resolutions of the same asset

content creation and sharing

in the field of content creation, most digital media application systems cannot easily exchange information. A digital asset management environment must provide a common framework for expressing various digital assets. For example, content created by one application system cannot be easily used by another system. Exchangeable formats (such as open media framework or OMF) can easily exchange digital content with each other. But how does an application find and use content created by other programs? With the soft bus architecture, all kinds of applications can be "inserted" into it, thus providing a certain degree of interoperability, which can not be obtained by storing individual applications (using special formats) into the file system. In addition, by using an open framework to standardize the expression of digital assets, the asset description is separated from the specific content, and these descriptions are encapsulated in a standard format, which improves the interoperability to a higher level. For example, a creative application system must be able to find a certain data in the data management system. Once it is found, it can be used, regardless of which application system created it. A browsing application must be able to display the details of various data stored in the management system, no matter which application created and stored it. Another important requirement in the field of data creation is that the complex information related to specific applications can be turned off. The fatigue life experimental machine is mapped to the underlying storage structure provided by the data management system through electromechanical constant torque loading information. This requires "object modeling" and the ability to create complex object hierarchies that reflect application requirements. Users need real-time access and high availability data. Because the size and scale of the data involved are different, and the data of each node may be distributed, or even stored in geographically dispersed places. Although the database system is very useful for storing metadata, it cannot deal with the various requirements of such a complex data asset management system alone. What is needed is a solution supported by the industry, which is based on the traditional relational and object database system

content publishing

by supporting a variety of private and public networks, a data management system can easily become the "center" of data publishing or transmission. For example, a central content creation organization may transmit TV content (simulcast) to a group of televisions in a region. Companies with infrastructure suitable for wide areas can provide such services (such as telcos). Transmission includes not only content, but also the transmission of countless groups describing content. By adding a group of services, various kinds of transmission can be facilitated. These services can provide the two endpoints with the packet and unpacking of data and content independent of the network type. These services are also the core of e-mail and sharing "whiteboard" and other application systems

content access

after the creation stage is completed, the next reasonable step is to let interested units access these data. This step usually includes viewing what these contents are, or providing a preview of the low resolution version first, and then really selecting the high resolution version. The data asset storage system must be able to work normally under various transmission modes (such as outgoing, incoming, broadcast/simulcast), and it is not limited to one service, but to provide various services. Distribution must also be seamless, that is, in order to publish the content created by distribution, users do not have to exit the tools they are using

the key to data access is to use right and good control, which is another important aspect of digital asset management. The level of access control (access control at the table level) provided by the database system is not applicable, because once such a table is used to store different kinds of data, it can only be accessed on the basis of knowledge. What is needed is access at the "object level", that is, it can define which users or user groups have which access level (read, write, etc.) to which individual objects. What is also needed is access control in operation, that is, which users or user groups have the right to operate which data (such as registration/verification/deletion, etc.). In order to provide workflow mechanism, digital asset management system must provide manual or automatic means to transmit data between various work sites. Manual means may simply place the completed data directly on other people's machines and send a notice. Automatic means requires the establishment of an infrastructure to transmit various data within the production department, Moreover, in order to operate effectively (much like factory automation), in order to achieve automatic flow, the management system must be able to notify each node when interested events occur in the system

operating platform

due to the basic characteristics of the digital asset management system, the digital asset management environment must be able to run on various platforms and integrate with other basic software, including various types of file servers, video servers, existing accounting services and permission management systems

in general, with the development of digital and networking technology, digital asset management will increasingly attract people's attention and be adopted, which is not only the need for the unilateral development of publishing or media, but also the needs of customers' own business development and interests, which is beneficial to both sides. As for the establishment of digital asset management system dams, it can be independently established by one party or jointly established by both parties in a variety of ways, which is better or worse, and ultimately depends on the specific benefits and functions generated

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