nmi project AMWA

ABOUT THE AMWA

History
The Advanced Media Workflow Association, Inc. (AMWA) began in January 2000 as the Advanced Authoring Format (AAF) Association, Inc. The organization's name was officially changed in May 2007 to better reflect the direction and scope of the association and its mission statement.

Today
With worldwide representation from both media companies and their suppliers, the AMWA currently focuses on the industry move to IP based architectures. To enable software based systems to recognize and exploit devices, the AMWA has developed the Networked Media Open Specifications (NMOS). www.NMOS.tv These have been created in practical workshops by the Networked Media Incubator project.

This activity complements the work of other well established technology associations, such as the Audio Engineering Society (AES), the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) and the Video Services Forum (VSF).

The AMWA continues its support for the Media Exchange Format (MXF), the Advanced Authoring Format (AAF) and the Framework for Interoperable Media Services (FIMS).

The organization maintains open membership and committee participation.

Advanced Media Workflow Association... How we’re structured and how we work (pdf, 216k)

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AMWA Mission
The AMWA is an open, community-driven forum, advancing business-driven solutions for Networked Media workflows.

AMWA Vision
The AMWA is the recognized authority focused on the creation of fully automated, virtualized media workflows.

ASSOCIATION DOCUMENTS

AMWA Constitution

- AMWA By-Laws (pdf, 284k)
- Articles of Incorporation (pdf, 13k)
- Certificate of Amendment (pdf, 61k)

AMWA Policies

- Intellectual Property Policy 3.0 (pdf, 305k)
- Intellectual Property Rights Fact Sheet 3.0 (PDF, 104k)

All Association policies can be found under Documents.