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JPEG 2000 Summit Workshop

The Library of Congress hosted a JPEG 2000 Summit on May 12-13, 2011, sponsored by the Federal Agencies Digitization Guidelines Initiative with support from the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDDIIPP). The summit brought together JPEG 2000 users, developers, and other interested parties for information sharing, discussion, and planning related to the current state of JPEG 2000 in the cultural heritage community. Many attendees represented non-profit and Federal institutions engaged in digitizing cultural heritage materials. Speakers included a variety of experts and representatives of institutions currently employing JPEG 2000 or researching the benefits/risks of using the format as part of their workflow.


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Still Image Working Group
This group is involved in a cooperative effort to develop common digitization guidelines for still image materials.

Audio-Visual Working Group
The goal for this working group is to identify, establish, and disseminate information about standards and practices for the digital reformatting of audio-visual materials by federal agencies.

Last Updated: 12/30/2014