Solved by Steen.
and we will try to connect you with a mentor.https://tvnews.sscnet.ucla.edu/edge/video,63eda4b4-c04c-11dd-b6c2-00e0815fe86a,1450 was tagged in the spreadsheet with this row:
Regular data like this can easily and automatically be added to Red Hen's core metadata files. The import script converts each row in the spreadsheet into a tag line inside the corresponding .seg file in the Red Hen archive, with the right timestamp. E.g., the converted tag in the .seg file for the spreadsheet row is:
The script also places in the .seg file a credit line like this:
In principle, this bash script could be modified to be used on any other consistently organized spreadsheet to ingest its tags into the .seg file at the appropriate timestamp. Of course, it would be better to standardize the organization of spreadsheets meant to provide tagging data to Red Hen. Alternatively, the Red Hen member providing the spreadsheet would need to modify the bash script to make it work on the new spreadsheet.
The script, cc-integrate-csv, is available on Red Hen's github.
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