ACES Virtual Working Groups Workspace
Alex Forsythe - ACES Technical Lead -
Steve Tobenkin - ACES Adoption/Comms Lead -
Notice: This workspace is considered a part of the Virtual Working Groups. By using this workspace, you agree to the shown below and also available for .
If you’re new to our Virtual Working Group structure, please note the following:
- Working Group Meetings are held on GoToMeeting.
- Discussions are hosted on ACESCentral.com in the specific VWG Discussions category indicated below.
- Schedules, documents, to-dos, etc. are hosted on the specific VWG workspace indicated below.
Active Working Groups
ACESCentral Category (Discussions)
CLF Spec Revision
Develop an updated version of Academy S-2014-006, adding new features and making clarifications
ACES Metadata File Specification Generation
Generate a new ACES Metadata File (formerly ACESclip) specification based on the requirements from the Requirements VWG.
CLF Implementation Review
Review how and where CLF is currently implemented and identify barriers to wide adoption
Archived Working Groups
Bill Mandel, Thad Beier
Determine the sufficiency of ACES 1.0 HDR ODTs and suggest improvements
CLF Spec / Code Review
Review the CLF Spec and Code based to determine sufficiency
ACESclip Requirements Review and Revision
• Gather expectations and requirements from prospective users of ACESclip metadata
• Explore which systems are responsible for the initial creation of ACESclip metadata, based on the requirements gathered above
Virtual Working Group Proposal Form
Have an idea for an ACES feature or issue that needs to be explored? Please complete and submit this Proposal Form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACES Project Organization and Development Procedure
This document provides a detailed description of the ACES project organizational structure and procedures.
ACESCentral Virtual Working Group Participation Guidelines
The work product of ACESCentral Virtual Working Groups (VWGs) is intended for the benefit of
the industry, and where appropriate, will be introduced to a Standards Development
Organization (SDO) such as the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE).
The guidelines under which the VWGs operate are designed to encourage a productive and
collaborative working environment similar to SDOs with some important differences. In
particular, intellectual property issues, including declarations and licensing, will be addressed in