In May 2002 George Lucas shot “Star Wars: Episode II, the Attack of the Clones,” entirely on digital video. It was the first big budget live action movie shot digitally and a milestone in the digitalization of professional media content. Today’s film industry no longer uses celluloid film but has moved to large files for content exchange in every step of the process. The film industry is just one example of an industry switching over to handling content digitally. Other industries like broadcasting, newsgathering, home entertainment and the government industry have all made a similar switch.