This looks very cool indeed! "What's the size limit" might be an
unanswerable quesiton, so what sizes of large files have you tested it
with, and what are the limiting factors for file size?


On 13 January 2016 at 11:01, Bert Lyons <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> AVPreserve and the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History at the University
> of Kentucky Libraries are excited to announce the release of a new tool for
> born-digital acquisition and delivery.
> Building on work originally begun by colleagues at the Gates Archive,
> AVPreserve and the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History at the University
> of Kentucky Libraries developed Exactly to meet the growing need for
> archives to acquire born digital content directly from donors and to begin
> the activities of establishing provenance and fixity early in the process
> of acquisition. Read more about how the Nunn Center is using Exactly here
> <
> >
> .
> Exactly is a simple and easy to use application for remotely and safely
> transferring any born-digital material from a sender to a recipient.
> Exactly utilizes the BagIt File Packaging Format (an Internet Engineering
> Task-Force standard, developed by the Library of Congress and the
> California Digital Library, with current support from George Washington
> University and the University of Maryland), supports FTP transfer, as well
> as standard network transfers, and integrates into desktop-based file
> sharing workflows such as Dropbox or Google Drive. Additionally, Exactly
> allows the recipient to create customized metadata templates for the sender
> to fill out before submission. Exactly can send email notifications with
> transfer data and manifests when files have been delivered to the archive.
> Read more about Exactly’s features in the Users Guide and the Exactly
> Quickstart tutorial at our Exactly webpage
> <
> >.
> Downloads for the Exactly application are also available there (Windows
> executable, Mac OS Build, or Java Package).
> ____________________
> Bertram Lyons, CA
> AVPreserve |
> International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives |


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