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lookat.me™ and Adobe at Beijing!
The fever pitch excitement of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games has captured the world’s attention, and lookat.me is right at the heart of it, supporting the federal government’s Austrade.
Austrade's Business Club Australia (BCA) is the Australian Government's official international business program for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, offering Australian companies the opportunity to benefit from the excitement and world attention generated in the lead-up to and during competition.
Austrade’s ibrand image library takes advantage of the way lookat.me reads Adobe XMP tabs in Photoshop. Title, descriptions, keywords, copyright and other important information Data entered in images by photographic staff in Beijing automatically appear in the lookat.me record.
Images uploaded daily by Austrade photographic staff to the lookat.me™ image library will also transfer valuable metadata from the digital items. This embedded metadata, mapped directly to the image library from Adobe Photoshop XMP fields, simplifies the process of catalogue data entry and assigning images to mini-collections. This allows images to become searchable and available online within moments.
me™ is an Authorised Adobe Solutions Network Commercial Developer* so we can develop custom solutions for any client wishing to streamline data entry.
Here are just a few solutions we have created as Adobe developers:
- Adobe® Photoshop and Adobe® Acrobat workflows
- tools for processing the content of PDF documents
- ICR (intelligent character recognition) and OCR (optical character recognition) systems
- customisation of Adobe® Photoshop XMP metadata tabs for extraction from images in formats such as JPEG, TIFF, PSD and DNG
me™ can help you to best use XMP to facilitate the exchange of metadata between Adobe® applications and lookat.me™, and across digitisation workflows.
Working with Adobe® helps me™ to design better solutions for you.
*Adobe is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries. Media Equation Pty Ltd is independent of Adobe Systems Incorporated.