Like most companies these days, MerlinOne incorporates video into our web presence. If you visit our product video page, you can find different presentations of our products. When you watch them, what you’re looking at is Flash video. Unfortunately, Apple’s mobile devices such as iPhone and iPad do not support Flash. For that reason, I started on a quest for … Read More
In a continuing effort to communicate with our customers, MerlinOne’s digital asset management workflow expert David Breslauer has been posting cool Merlin5 (M5) tips on our Facebook page. Below are some more tips he has posted. For even more tips become a fan of the MerlinOne Facebook page. Merlin5 batch editing is cool.
MODS, MADS, METS and a City in Ohio Last week we discussed the brief history of metadata. This week we will talk about some of the other standards that have evolved over the years. As it became necessary to describe different information about the file, and different systems needed different ways to read that information, additional standards were developed.
If you are reading this blog, you probably already know what metadata is and have heard this definition many a time – “metadata is data about data.” But what does that really mean? Well, at its most basic, metadata is all the readable information associated with a digital file. A word processing document not only contains many (searchable) words as