The meeting was convened by Co-Chair Tormod Værvågen.
Attendees were Kaylie Ackerman, Richard Cabot, Anthony P Kuzub, Brad McCoy, Cesar Lamschtein, David Julian Gray, Dennis Walsh, Gordon Reid, Matt Leatherman, Scott Norcross, Paul Treleaven, Ultan Henry and Tormod Værvågen.
Minutes of previous meeting, held online 2021-05-18 were approved.
The formal notice on patent policy was read.
Projects assigned to this group but not mentioned here had no action requested or required - see www.aes.org/standards/meetings/project-status.cfm for details.
AES31-4-R Review of AES31-4-2015, AES standard for network and file transport of audio - XML Implementation of Audio Decision Lists
Status: Needs to synchronize with SC-02-08 changes to AES31-3.
AES-X098C Administrative metadata for audio objects - Process history schema
Scope: To collect information on all metadata issues pertaining to digital audio objects and all aspects of the digital documentation of digital audio objects.
Status: Tormod extended the RDF model of EBU CCDM and has a draft OWL prepared. Test data are written as an RDF graph for testing and proof of concept. Kaylie will call the chairs into a series of working meetings.
More information on https://github.com/tormodv/audioProcess
AES-X155 AES standard for audio metadata - Production recording metadata set (iXML)
Scope: This document specifies a format for communicating file- and project-based production metadata between various stages of production and post production workflow.
Status: Tormod asked for iXML example files. He is working on a mapping between iXML and AES60.
AES-X224 Best Practices for the Management of Embedded Metadata in Audio Files
Scope: To create a guide for manufacturers of audio hardware, software and computer platforms describing best practices for the management of metadata embedded in audio files.
Status: The project is idle. No one has the resources to work on it.
No input to discuss.
No new projects.
No new business.
The next meeting will be held online in October of 2021, in conjunction with the AES 151st convention.