New public report: Data damage and its consequences on usability

DAVID Deliverable D2.1 reports on digital audiovisual data damage and its consequences on usability. It reports, from inquiries targeted at broadcasters and TV archives, on collected evidence of damage, on the consequences of loss events in terms of the impact on visual and audible properties of the content. Main potential sources of damage are identified depending on their origin analogue, digital, and system-originated problems.

Commonly used mitigation procedures are presented. It is stated in the conclusion that complex media asset management systems appear to be more and more vulnerable to risks due to hidden dependencies and interoperability problems, often revealed on the occasion of a migration or a component update.

J-H. Chenot and C. Bauer, DAVID D2.1 Data damage and its consequences on usability, public deliverable

DAVID D2.1 Damage Assessment