ISO 21727:2016 specifies a method of measurement of short duration motion-picture sound that allows assessment of the subjective loudness and annoyance of the sound recording when replayed at the recommended replay level in rooms aligned with the characteristics of ISO 2969. The specified method of measurement assesses the entire duration of the sound recording, typically commercials and trailers that do not exceed 3 min in length, with suitable channel summation, frequency weighting and time integration. It does not specify a maximum recommended level for such material and is solely aimed at describing a measurement method. NOTE Typical recording and replay levels are discussed in Annex A.

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ISO 2969:2015 specifies the measurement methods and characteristic electroacoustic frequency response of the B-chain of motion-picture dubbing theatres (mixing rooms), screening rooms, and indoor theatres whose room volume exceeds 125 m3 (4,414 ft3). It is intended to assist in standardization of monitoring and reproduction of motion-picture sound in such rooms. The goal is to have constant perceived loudness and frequency response from installation to installation, and from position-to-position within an installation. This International Standard does not cover that part of the motion-picture sound system extending from the transducer to the input source audio selector.

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IEC 61760-4:2015 specifies the classification of moisture sensitive devices into moisture sensitivity levels related to soldering heat, and provisions for packaging, labelling and handling. It also extends the classification and packaging methods to such components, where currently existing standards are not required or not appropriate. For such cases this standard introduces additional moisture sensitivity levels and an alternative method for packaging. This standard applies to devices intended for reflow soldering, like surface mount devices, including specific through-hole devices (where the device supplier has specifically documented support for reflow soldering), but not to semiconductor devices and devices for flow (wave) soldering.

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IEC 62217:2012 is applicable to polymeric insulators whose insulating body consists of one or various organic materials. Polymeric insulators covered by this standard include both solid core and hollow insulators. They are intended for use on HV overhead lines and in indoor and outdoor equipment. The object of this standard is:
- to define the common terms used for polymeric insulators;
- to prescribe common test methods for design tests on polymeric insulators;
- to prescribe acceptance or failure criteria, if applicable.
These tests, criteria and recommendations are intended to ensure a satisfactory life-time under normal operating and environmental conditions. This standard shall only be applied in conjunction with the relevant product standard. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2005. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes a significant technical change with respect to the previous edition. The first edition of IEC 62217 (2005) included two other alternative tracking and erosion tests (a 5 000 hour multi-stress test and a tracking wheel test) which were based on tests developed by CIGRE and utilities. These tests are no longer given as normative alternatives following the results of a study/questionnaire by TC 36 on the relative merits of all three tracking and erosion tests. The 5 000 hour multi-stress test and a tracking wheel test are described in IEC/TR 62730 (2012).

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This Draft Technical Specification outlines technological approaches towards implementing EN 15907 and (partially) EN 15744 for the purpose of exchanging metadata about cinematographic works.

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This Draft Technical Specification outlines technological approaches towards implementing EN 15907 and (partially) EN 15744 for the purpose of exchanging metadata about cinematographic works.

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ISO 24628-11:2011 defines additional frame rates for digital cinema of 25, 30, 50 and 60 frames per second. These additional frame rates supplement the primary frame rates of 24 and 48 frames per second and are defined in order to ensure that the artistic intent of the content producer can be maintained at the point of delivery. ISO 24628-11:2011 defines the image characteristics of the additional frame rates individually at 25, 30, 50 and 60 frames per second, and also defines the resulting audio samples per edit unit.

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ISO 26428-19:2011 defines the formatting and constraints of the additional frame rate level 2 and level 4 image pixel structure, as specified in ISO 26428-11, for transmission over the 1,485 Gb/s dual link serial digital interface SMPTE 372M or 3 Gb/s interface SMPTE 424M.

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This European Standard specifies a set of metadata for the description of cinematographic works, as well as a terminology for use by parties wishing to exchange such descriptive metadata. It also defines some basic entities and relationships useful for defining data models as well as for structuring hierarchically ordered and serialised representations of metadata about cinematographic works including their variants, manifestations, and items. Specific vocabularies for values of elements and attributes are mandated only in selected cases, and only if these vocabularies are actively maintained by a standardisation body.

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ISO 26430-5:2009 specifies a Security Event Class and namespace for Security Log Records. It also constrains individual Log Records and sequences of such records (Log Reports) as they are used for security event logging purposes in D-cinema applications. The items covered contain descriptions of events logged by the security system, which are intended to provide forensic information regarding security critical events. ISO 26430-5:2009 does not specify the means of communication or the format of messaging between security devices in a system, nor does it define the format for storage of Log Events within the protected storage of a security device. The Security Log Records and Security Log Record Sequences (Log Reports) described herein are intended for the reporting of Security Events previously recorded by the security system to consumers of that information which are external to the security system.

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ISO 26429-8:2009 specifies the data format for interchange of a Packing List for D-cinema applications. The electronic or physical form of a complete package described by a Packing List is beyond the scope of ISO 26429-8:2009.

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ISO 26429-10:2009 provides the definition of a single MXF file design for Stereoscopic Picture content wrapping. ISO 26429-10:2009 also defines a new Composition Playlist (CPL) extension element to reference such Stereoscopic Picture Track Files.

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ISO 26430-9:2009 specifies the Key Delivery Message bundle (KDMb). The KDMb is designed to deliver a set of Key Delivery Messages (KDM) from a D-cinema content processing centre to a consumer or redistributors of KDM elements (e.g. from post production to distribution, or from distribution to exhibition). The KDMb can represent an entire theatre, circuit or other grouping of recipients. The KDMb is a compressed archive that contains a mapping file and a directory containing a collection of one or more KDM files. The mapping file defines a relationship between a Composition Playlist (CPL), a Recipient and a KDM. The mapping file allows for a fast look-up of KDM elements for CPL or Recipient. The intent of the KDMb is to distribute a set of KDM elements in a single compressed container for improved distribution efficiencies.

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ISO 26428-9:2009 defines the formatting and constraints of the level 3 image pixel structure as defined in ISO 26428-1, for transmission over the 1,485 Gb/s dual link serial digital interface in accordance with SMPTE 372M or the 3 Gb/s interface in accordance with SMPTE 424M.

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ISO 26433:2009 defines and describes common data types used in D-cinema metadata structures for applications using XML as a data description language. ISO 26433:2009 also includes normative references for types and identifiers defined elsewhere that are necessary when using XML in standards documents. The structure and composition of the types defined in ISO 26433:2009 are intended to be sufficiently simple and general to promote reusability in other standards.

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ISO 26430-4:2009 defines XML structures and schema for individual log records and sequences of those records in digital cinema applications. While not all log records require authentication, this specification provides for optional authentication of records and sequences of records, using digital signatures. Authentication requirements are established by separate application specifications. ISO 26430-4:2009 does not define a communications protocol, but is limited to specifying the structure and format of log records and their content. ISO 26430-4:2009 does not define a format for devices to use internally; it defines a format to be used when log records are interchanged with other devices.

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ISO 26430-6:2009 describes the Auditorium Security Message (ASM) specification, which enables interoperable communication of security-critical information (information necessary to ensure security of D-Cinema content) between devices over an intra-theater exhibition network. The specification uses Transport Layer Security (TLS) for authentication and confidentiality, and Key Length Value (KLV) coding for message encoding. It defines a protocol, a general purpose request-response message set and a specific message set for link encryption keying.

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ISO 26429-9:2009 specifies a generic method for mapping a D-Cinema Package (DCP) onto one or more file storage volumes. Data structures are specified which provide for the mapping of D-cinema asset identifier values onto paths within a particular file storage scheme (e.g. filesystem paths). Where required, assets may be split across multiple storage volumes to allow efficient use of media and the mapping of assets larger than a given storage volume's capacity. The Asset Map and Volume Index structures and the associated provisions detailed in ISO 26429-9:2009 are intended to provide a framework for simplified mapping of a DCP onto a wide variety of file storage systems.

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This European Standard contains a comprehensive set of metadata elements for representing information about cinematographic works, their variants and manifestations. Detailed information on available media items, viewing requirements, and access conditions is not covered by this standard. However, elementary information concerning the availability of media items can be expressed. This European Standard also provides some extension points for adding more detailed data types without violating conformance. The guiding principle here is that no information from existing filmographic records should be lost when these are expressed according to this standard. Finally, an XML schema is provided as an aid to data interchange and as a tool for verifying the syntactic conformance of implementations.

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This European Standard contains a comprehensive set of metadata elements for representing information about cinematographic works, their variants and manifestations. Detailed information on available media items, viewing requirements, and access conditions is not covered by this standard. However, elementary information concerning the availability of media items can be expressed.
This European Standard also provides some extension points for adding more detailed data types without violating conformance. The guiding principle here is that no information from existing filmographic records should be lost when these are expressed according to this standard. Finally, an XML schema is provided as an aid to data interchange and as a tool for verifying the syntactic conformance of implementations.

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ISO 26429-7:2008 specifies the Composition Playlist structure. The Composition Playlist is a self-contained representation of a single complete digital cinema work, e.g. a motion picture, a trailer or an advertisement. The Composition Playlist consists of an ordered sequence of Reel structures, each referencing a set of external Track Files, e.g. a sound or picture Track File, which are meant to be reproduced in parallel. Each Reel is analogous to a film reel and the Composition Playlist controls the order and timing of the playout of the Reels.

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SMPTE 422M defines the mapping of any compliant JPEG 2000 codestream into the Material Exchange Format (MXF) generic container and provides Keys, Universal Labels (ULs) and essence descriptor definitions. ISO 26429-4:2008 further defines the MXF mapping details and constraints for application within digital cinema.

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ISO 26428-3:2008 defines the mapping and labeling of channels for the digital cinema distribution master audio in a digital cinema audio system to aid the identification and location of channels. This allows uniform expression and communication of source audio channels to digital cinema playback loudspeakers.

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ISO 26431-1:2008 specifies the absolute luminance level, white point chromaticity and luminance uniformity of the reflected screen light for the presentation of motion pictures by projectors with digital light engines in review rooms and commercial cinemas. It is the purpose of ISO 26431-1:2008 to achieve the tone scale and contrast in the projected image that will correspond to that intended during the mastering process.

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ISO 26430-2:2008 presents a specification for digital certificates for use in digital cinema systems. ISO 26430-2:2008 defines the digital certificate format and associated processing rules in sufficient detail to enable vendors to develop and implement interoperable security solutions. In the digital cinema environment, certificates have the primary applications of: establishing identity of security devices; supporting secure communications at the network layer, or application-messaging layer; authentication and integrity requirements for Composition Play Lists (CPL) and Packing Lists (PL).

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ISO 26428-1:2008 defines the uncompressed image characteristics for the digital cinema distribution master by specifying a pixel array, frame rate, pixel bit depth and colorimetry. The digital cinema distribution master image operational levels are defined by the maximum number of pixels and frame rate.

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ISO 26429-3:2008 specifies the common features of the format of sound and picture tracks files for distribution of digital cinema content using the material exchange format (MXF) file format. It defines data structures for interchange at the signal interfaces of networks or storage media, but does not define internal storage formats for compliant devices or mappings for particular essence encodings. ISO 26429-3:2008 is an application specification for digital cinema applications. It is based on the SMPTE 390M OP-ATOM standard, but is further constrained to address the needs of distribution of digital cinema content to exhibition sites.

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ISO 26432-2:2008 addresses the interoperability of equipment from the standpoint of the frequency response of filters used in the playback or monitor path in the theatre low frequency effects (LFE) channel for digital cinema. This response curve will create standardization of these filters without specifying their design.

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ISO 26428-2:2008 addresses the interoperability of digital cinema equipment used to create an audio digital cinema distribution master, by defining bit depth, sample rate, minimum channel count and reference levels.

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ISO 26430-1:2008 defines a “key delivery message” (KDM) for use in digital cinema systems. The KDM has been designed to deliver security parameters and usage rights between digital cinema content processing centres (e.g. from post production to distribution, or from distribution to exhibition). The KDM carries fundamentally three information types: content keys for a specified composition play list (CPL); content key parameters – primarily the permitted key usage date/time window; the trusted device list (TDL) which identifies equipment permitted to use the content keys.

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ISO 26429-6:2008 defines the syntax of encrypted digital cinema non-interleaved material exchange format (MXF) frame-wrapped track files and specifies a matching reference decryption model. It uses the advanced encryption standard (AES) cipher algorithm for essence encryption and, optionally, the HMAC-SHA1 algorithm for essence integrity. The digital cinema track file format is designed to carry digital cinema essence for distribution to exhibition sites and is specified in the sound and picture track file specification. ISO 26429-6:2008 assumes that the cryptographic keys necessary to decrypt and verify the integrity of encrypted track files will be available upon demand. More precisely, it does not specify the fashion with which cryptographic keys and usage rights are managed across digital cinema distribution and exhibition environments. In addition, ISO 26429-6:2008 does not address, but does not preclude, the use of watermarking, fingerprinting or other security techniques to provide additional protection. The scope is limited to digital cinema and does not define a generic MXF encryption framework.

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ISO 26430-3:2008 presents a specification for a generic extra-theater message (ETM) format for use with unidirectional communications channels used in security communications for digital cinema systems. The ETM specification is a generic extensible markup language (XML) security wrapper that includes specific fields which can be extended to carry different kinds of information to meet various application-level requirements. The ETM uses W3C XML to represent the information payload. It provides security using the XML encryption and signature primitives.

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ISO 22234:2005 specifies the measurement methods and wide-band sound pressure levels for motion-picture control rooms, review rooms, and indoor theatres. Together with ISO 2969, it is intended to assist in standardization of reproduction of motion-picture sound in such rooms.

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Specifies measurement methods and maximum ratings for indoor background sound pressure levels. Applies to noise emitted by heating, ventilating and air-conditioning systems, intrusive noise from the projector(s) and noise emitted by any other mechanical or electrical equipment, but not to intrusive noise from outside, such as traffic noise. It is intended for application when the background noise is essentially a steady-state sound, without strong time-varying components.

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This document defines the Cinema Preservation Package (CPP) to facilitate the digital preservation of cinematographic works. It defines methods to describe the relationship of components of the cinematographic work and delivers a syntax to describe the package content. The document itself defines the structure of the package and specifies the constraints that are necessary to enable compliance and interoperability.
Versions of the content using different encoding formats can be preserved in a layered structure where the lowest level is describing the physical file. The files can carry data representing moving images, sound, metadata or ancillary information like quality control (QC) protocols or film posters.
The Cinema Preservation Package also contains hash values on different levels to ensure data integrity and version control. The syntax for this description and the methods for the hash value generation are defined in this document. Various types of content coding are described as reference for concrete implementations.
The Cinema Preservation Package is well suited to serve as a Submission Information Package (SIP) in an OAIS compliant preservation system or as a self-contained exchange format between media archives. The CPP does not necessarily contain a complete cinematographic work, it can also be used for exchange of parts of a work.

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This document specifies the Cinema Preservation Package (CPP) to facilitate the digital preservation of cinematographic works. It specifies methods to describe the relationship of components of a cinematographic work and delivers a syntax to describe the package content. The document itself specifies the structure of the package and the constraints that are necessary to enable compliance and interoperability.
Versions of the content using different encoding formats can be preserved in a layered structure where the lowest level is describing the physical file. The files can carry data representing moving images, sound, metadata or ancillary information like quality control (QC) reports or film posters.
The Cinema Preservation Package also contains hash values on different levels to ensure data integrity and version control. The syntax for this description and the methods for the hash value generation are specified in this document. Various types of packages are described as reference for practical implementations.
The Cinema Preservation Package is designed to serve as a Submission Information Package (SIP) in an OAIS compliant preservation system, and it may be used as a self-contained exchange format between media archives (as Distribution Information Package DIP). Based on the requirements of an archive, it can also be used as complete Archival Information Package (AIP) if the constraints set out in this standard for such use are adhered to.
A CPP does not necessarily contain a complete cinematographic work, it can also be used for the exchange of parts of a work.

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ISO 21727:2004 specifies a method of measurement of motion-picture sound that allows assessment of the subjective loudness and annoyance of the sound recording when replayed at the recommended replay level in rooms aligned with the characteristics of ISO 2969. The specified method of measurement assesses the entire duration of the sound recording with suitable channel summation, frequency weighting and time integration.

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Specifies the environmental and surround conditions for the consistent and critical evaluation of television signals and other video programme material, using different technical facilities on properly aligned colour-picture monitors. Does also specify lighting requirements, background, colour monitor characteristics and observer viewing parameters.

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Specified are characteristics of the B-chain response of motion-picture studio dubbing theatres, review rooms and indoor theatres. They are intended to assist in the standardization of recording monitor and reproduction characteristics of the motion-picture sound in rooms with volumes of at least 150 m3. Not included are conditions where the recorded sound is intended for reproduction in domestic surroundings, i. e. radio and television broadcasting, tape and disk.

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