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AES31 -3

Description

AES31 -3

Version date: 
2008
Detailed name: 
AES standard for network and file transfer of audio — Audio-file transfer and exchange Part 3: Simple project interchange
Status: 
Published
Other versions: 
 
Description: 

AES31 is a standard developed by the Audio Engineering Society for the interchange of digital audio projects between different systems. The primary purpose of the standard is to allow exchange of audio editing projects between digital audio workstations (DAWs). The standard is divided into three parts, the highlight of which is the project interchange format, which defines a standard for edit decision lists. "Part 3 - Project interchange" of this standard provides a process by which audio decision lists (ADL’s) can be accurately shared between digital audio workstations (DAWs) to read and understand the time-based relationships between audio files and projects. AES31-3-2008 was re-affirmed by the AES in January 2014.

Reference: 
Tags: 
Project Interchange; Timecode; Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs); Audio Decision List (ADL); Structural Metadata

Issued by / Owner

NormIdentifier: 
AES
Body(ies): 
  • Audio Engineering Society

Classification

Class: 
Formal
Type: 
Interoperability Protocol Standard
Geographic scope: 
World
Audiovisual lifecycle: 
Data Management

Sustainability Factors

Licence and Adoption

Licence model: 
AFL-3.0
Licence fee: 
No
Community adoption: 
0

Documentation

Available: 
Yes
Fee: 
Yes
Resources: 
This record was last updated: 
August 3, 2018