The thought had occurred to me, but then it is no longer literally a physical asset ID.
But if there is no better way identified, I'll be inclined to do the same.
From: Kitty Dillingham <kedill...@gmail.com<mailto:kedill...@gmail.com>>Reply-To: <pbcor...@googlegroups.com<mailto:pbcor...@googlegroups.com>>Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2012 19:30:00 -0500To: <pbcor...@googlegroups.com<mailto:pbcor...@googlegroups.com>>Subject: Re: [PBCore-talk] Cuts
We solved the problem at WTVS, by adding an integer to the end of the unique identifier, such as WTVS000111.1, WTVS000111.2, WTVS000111.3 ect.
This is how we were able to work with the bluray assets.
On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 7:11 PM, Bruce Jacobs <bja...@tpt.org<mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:We have a number of tapes with two shows on one tape.
instantiationIdentifier will be the same physical asset tape ID for bothrecords.
pbcoreIdentifier for each show is uniquely defined in our program DAMsystem.
It seems like there should be a place in pbcore to put the "cut" number,so someone would know what order the shows are on the single tape.
Where should this metadata go?
(Sorry if I've missed this. Everything else is coming together, but thisone still eludes me.)
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