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Until ''Audio Decision List'' standards are further researched, decision list information will be formatted based on the template guidelines below.
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*Notes:
 
:* administrative metadata needs to say that:
 
#our RMS leveling preset would only, in case of potential clipping, normalize recording to 0db, otherwise out RMS presets level the recording to a -25db RMS.
 
#we are using HH:MM:SS:SSS timecode not SMPTE NON-DROP as we are in the JHOVE output. With the next project, maybe we should switch to SMPTE NON-DROP?
 
#we are using SoundForge 9.0 for Windows
 
 
 
:::- nitin arora, 042909
 
  
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The following guidelines and ideas are based on experimental documentation of Edit Decision Lists(EDL)/Audio Decision Lists (ADL) information that was not performed for the entire audio collection.
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It will serve, however, as the basis for future audio digitization projects.
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Eventually, [[Audio Specifications and Standards#Resources and Links: |ADL standards]] and compatible software will be further researched for automated EDL/ADL creation. - arora, 042909
  
 
==Editing Working Lives: Audio Decision List (ADL) Template==
 
==Editing Working Lives: Audio Decision List (ADL) Template==
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All notes, should be prefaced with "Note:" and should be written only after all technical information regarding leveling, etc. The notes should be complete sentences, but if they refer to only a particular portion of the recording always begin with the timecodes.
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All notes, should be prefaced with "Note:" and should be written only after all technical information regarding leveling, etc. The notes should be complete phrases, but if they refer to only a particular portion of the recording always begin with the timecodes.
  
  
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'''example:'''
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'''example:''' ''(note the use of CAPS for processes and timecodes)''
  
 
_0001: DELETED [00:10:10:001] to [00:10:13:001] due to silence.
 
_0001: DELETED [00:10:10:001] to [00:10:13:001] due to silence.
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*HINT/SHORTCUT: pressing F5 in Notepad adds a timestamp with time/date.
 
*HINT/SHORTCUT: pressing F5 in Notepad adds a timestamp with time/date.
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