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Term: Metadata, process

Definition:
Metadata that documents the details of the processes used to reformat (convert) or transcode content, called digital provenance (<digiprovmd>) in METS. For images, this subcategory can be documented in MIX and, for sound recordings, in AES-X98C, a draft standard from the Audio Engineering Society called Process History.
Category:
Metadata
Resource:
DigiProv Extension Schema Explanation from LC AV Prototyping Project (2003)
http://www.loc.gov/rr/mopic/avprot/digiprov_expl.html
See also:
Metadata, technical; Metadata, source; Metadata, file characteristics