Media Metadata

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CollectiveAccess can extract metadata such as titles, descriptions, dates, georeferences and technical information embedded in uploaded media and automatically add it to catalogue records, streamlining workflow. Catalogue data can also be embedded into media as they are downloaded from CollectiveAccess. This can be useful if you want metadata to "travel" with a downloaded file.

CollectiveAccess supports inserting of extracted metadata into the following catalogue items:

- objects ("ca_objects")
- object representations ("ca_object_representations")

CollectiveAccess can embed as XMP metadata into media catalogue data from any item related to the media's ca_object_representations record. Relationships may be specified as relative to the ca_object_representations record or a ca_objects record.

NOTE: *only* XMP fields are supported for embedding. See http://wiki.collectiveaccess.org/index.php?title=Media_Metadata for a list.

This configuration file allows you to define how metadata is extracted and inserted into the catalogue ("import" mappings), and how metadata is embedded into media downloaded from CollectiveAccess ("export" mappings). You can specify different import and export mappings for different types of a catalogue item. For example, you could have a mapping for "video" objects, another for "photograph" objects and a third for everything else.

Each catalogue item may have a default mapping used for all types for which a mapping has not been otherwise specified. If you don't specify at least one mapping applicable to a catalogue item type, either type-specific or default, processing will not be performed.

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