Digitization

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## [[CaptureBack overhead scanning]]  (fragile, oversized, bound books, rapid image capture)
 
## [[CaptureBack overhead scanning]]  (fragile, oversized, bound books, rapid image capture)
 
## [[Bookdrive]] (bound books, rapid image capture)
 
## [[Bookdrive]] (bound books, rapid image capture)
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## [[Desktop Overhead scanning]] (Small foot print, rapid image capture, low cost)
 
## [[Batchfeed document scanner]]  (fast, large volume, modern paper)
 
## [[Batchfeed document scanner]]  (fast, large volume, modern paper)
 
## [[Sheet feeder]]  (unbound books, pages in good condition, appropriate size)
 
## [[Sheet feeder]]  (unbound books, pages in good condition, appropriate size)

Revision as of 11:47, 11 July 2012

Documentation, policies and procedures are divided by methods of capture. General references:

  1. Images:
    1. Image Specifications and Standards
    2. Flatbed scanning (small format, thin and flat)
    3. ScanBack overhead scanning (fragile, oversized, bound books)
    4. CaptureBack overhead scanning (fragile, oversized, bound books, rapid image capture)
    5. Bookdrive (bound books, rapid image capture)
    6. Desktop Overhead scanning (Small foot print, rapid image capture, low cost)
    7. Batchfeed document scanner (fast, large volume, modern paper)
    8. Sheet feeder (unbound books, pages in good condition, appropriate size)
    9. Slide scanner (35mm slides or 35mm uncut roll negatives/positives)
    10. Visual assessment of images guide
    11. Optimization
  2. Audio:
    1. Audio Specifications and Standards
    2. Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
    3. Audio: Project Specifications and Workflow -- see Collection-Specific_Notes_and_Information
  3. Video:
    1. Standard 8mm
    2. VHS
    3. Beta
    4. UMatic
  4. Text content:
    1. Transcription
    2. OCR
  5. Microfilm
 Microfilm References:
 *[Microfilm Selection for Digitization (OCLC, NEH)]
Video References:  
*[Digital Migration Tools and Techniques (Stanford)] 
*[Audio/Video Capture and Management (NYU)]
*[Recommended Minimum Standards for preservation sampling of moving image objects (Rutgers)]
*[Guidelines, Manuals, Q&A's and Fact Sheets (Assoc. of Moving Image Archivists]
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