Business to Business Metadata Exchange aims to reduce friction in the media supply chain at the points of content interchange, specifically around the exchange of metadata.
The document defines a number of profiles for the exchange of live content over IP networks, maximising interoperability between parties by limiting the number of different profiles in use.
DPP008 Business to Business Metadata Exchange Appendix A
Appendix A of DPP008 - AS-11 UK DPP HD Mapping Into MDDF Schemas.
DPP008 Business to Business Metadata Exchange
This recommendation aims to reduce friction in the media supply chain at the points of content interchange, specifically around the exchange of metadata.
Enabling interoperability for live contribution and distribution
Enabling simpler and more efficient localisation and versioning
Better data enables content exchange, management, discovery
The DPP has today released two documents that extend the functionality of the Interoperable Master Format (IMF) through the development of an Auxiliary Image Sequence Plug-in.
DPP006 IMF Plug-in for an Auxiliary Image Sequence
This Recommendation defines an IMF plugin for an Auxiliary Image Sequence, allowing overlays to be treated as components in an IMF workflow.
DPP001 Live IP Profiles
This DPP Recommendation defines a series of profiles for exchanging live video across IP networks for contribution and distribution.
DPP001 Live IP Profiles Appendix B
Appendix B of DPP001 - containing heatmaps, media profiles, and stream profiles used for selecting Live IP profiles.
The DPP has today released four documents to support the industry’s deployment of IMF for Broadcast & Online.
DPP003 Carriage of AMWA AS-11 Metadata in IMF
This DPP Recommendation defines usage of common user metadata elements and their carriage in SMPTE RDD 59 IMF Packages.
DPP002 Metadata Exchange for News
An implementation framework to enable exchange of a minimum metadata set between systems and news organisations.
The DPP has announced the release of a new implementation guide: DPP Metadata Exchange for News.
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DPP Tech Network: January
18 January 2021
DPP members meet to hear the latest updates from DPP technical projects, and participate in discussion around them
IMF for Advertising
21 July 2020
We'll explore the current state of advertising, look at a plan for the future of advertising, and at several technical proof of concepts.
DPP Tech Network: January 2021
At this Tech Network update we discussed recent DPP technical insights, updates to DPP technical projects and projects on the roadmap for 2021.
DPP Tech Network: October
5 October 2020
DPP members meet to hear the latest updates from DPP technical projects, and participate in discussion around them.
The DPP has today announced Common Technical Delivery Standards for High Definition Commercials/Sponsorship and Promotions/Presentation material.
Find all of the DPP's technology projects and updates here.
This new guidance sets out commonly agreed best practices that are simple to implement and can drive significant time and cost savings. It is recommended reading for both senders and receivers of VOD content.
The DPP has collaborated with SMPTE® on the publication of a new pair of SMPTE Recommended Disclosure Documents resulting in adoption by the BBC this summer.
Driving best practice in the process of delivering content to VOD
Viewers now demand content on their terms, on their devices, and with a first class user experience throughout. Distribution: Delivering for audiences identifies six key success factors for forward looking distribution businesses.
The DPP in collaboration with NABA has today announced the publication of the second SMPTE Technical Specification (TSP) for the IMF for broadcast and online use cases.
We promise it’s not just alphabet soup.
Change is perhaps the only constant in our industry. And the landscape has certainly changed a lot in the last few decades.R
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