You can test the new release. To see the detail click here,
We have released the NotreDAM new beta release. To see the Release note click here, while to see how to install click here.
Released on Jan 30th Main changes: Target: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS MediaDART has been replaced with Celery it is possible to re-edit classes (issue http://code.google.com/p/notredam/issues/detail?id=70 fixed); real-objects editing enhanced (in-line editing of object properties is now possible) Bug fixing: a few bugs fixed in the vocabulary of real-world objects minor bug fixing
This page will show how to upgrade a single-machine installation of NotreDAM to a multi-node installation, using Celery for distributed media processing. System requirements one computer with a single-machine installation of NotreDAM. Please, refer to the single-machine installation instructions if you have not installed it yet additional computers, as many as the number of nodes [...]
System requirements a computer running Linux Ubuntu 12.04 and connected to the Internet python 2.7.3 django 1.3.0 + south 0.7.3 celery 2.4.6 (with a broker of your choice – default: RabbitMQ) mysql sqlalchemy 0.7.9 alembic 0.4 mediainfo 0.7.61 libav / ffmpeg + tools ImageMagick gstreamer 0.10 (including encoding/decoding plugins and development files) libSDL 1.2 + [...]
Metadata Standards Exchangeable Image File Format for Digital Still Cameras: Exif Version 2.3 http://www.cipa.jp/english/hyoujunka/kikaku/pdf/DC-008-2010_E.pdf IPTC Information Interchange Model (IIM), IIM Schema for XMP, Specification Version 1.0, Document Revision 1, 2008 http://www.iptc.org/std/IIM/4.1/specification/IPTC-IIM-Schema4XMP-1.0-spec_1.pdf XMP Specification http://www.adobe.com/devnet/xmp.html Part 1: Data Model, Serialization and Core Properties Part 2: Additional Properties Part 3: Storage in Files CIPA DC-010-2012 – EXIF [...]
This annex describes the list of metadata supported by NotreDAM. Metadata are grouped in tables. Each table is related to a specific metadata namespace supported by NotreDAM. For each property, the table describes the allowed data type, as implemented in NotreDAM. The following data types are supported: string (Unicode) list of string (ordered array of string) [...]
A tutorial is available here.