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Moving Videos using AEM

zele31865359
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Hi,

I need to use Adobe Experience Manager to manage a CMS migration of video assets from one system to another. In addition to the migration, I will need to ensure that timestamps are correct, Closed Captioning aligns, and notes correctly correlate to the content.  I have experience using Premiere Pro and would like to know what the learning curve for AEM might be for me to get this project done in an efficient manner.  Thanks.

Zel

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PuzanovsP
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Dear Zel,

Sounds like really interesting migration.

AEM has a lot of capabilities build in Specially for this purpose,

My guess here is that you are talking of migrating large amount of assets:

Following articles might be useful to you as a starting point:

Configuring the DAM for Enterprise

Administering Workflows

Offloading Jobs

http://blogs.adobe.com/experiencedelivers/experience-management/touch-ui-customizations-part-2/

Regards,

Peter

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smacdonald2008
Level 10
Level 10

Are you looking at storing the videos in the AEM DAM? As a start - to learn about working with AEM digial asset (a video is a DAM asset) - i recommend that you watch this Ask the AEM Community Experts on working with Assets.

Scott's Digital Community: Ask the AEM Community Expert Session: Best Practices for Experience Manag...

PuzanovsP
Correct answer by
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

Dear Zel,

Sounds like really interesting migration.

AEM has a lot of capabilities build in Specially for this purpose,

My guess here is that you are talking of migrating large amount of assets:

Following articles might be useful to you as a starting point:

Configuring the DAM for Enterprise

Administering Workflows

Offloading Jobs

http://blogs.adobe.com/experiencedelivers/experience-management/touch-ui-customizations-part-2/

Regards,

Peter

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