WEBINAR SERIES AVAILABLE
Current webinars as well as past webinars.
Designing and Building the Post-Analogue Audiovisual Archive Jan Müller, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, FIAT/IFTA President November 19, 2015 The presentation addresses the challenges related to the role and function of audiovisual archive institutions as the environment they operate in becomes more and more digital and networked. The context is the Netherlands Institute
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL FORMATS AND STORAGE: DIGITAL STORAGE AND INFRASTRUCTURE Part eight of an eight part series This session will provide a description of digital data storage options (and the pros and cons of each), including: optical media, external hard drives, RAID configurations, servers, HSM environments (online, nearline, offline). Introduction to essential tenets of
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL FORMATS AND STORAGE: DIGITAL FILM – WORKFLOWS Part seven of an eight part series The second of two sessions on transferring photochemical film to digital formats, this session will outline film scanning workflows, equipment considerations, and vendor relationships. Instructor: Erik Piil, Associate Conservator, The Kramlich Collection/New Art Trust Webinar recorded:
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL FORMATS AND STORAGE: DIGITAL FILM – FORMATS Part six of an eight part series This session will provide an overview of formats and resolutions in transferring photochemical film to digital formats, both for restoration and access. This session will outline film scanning workflows, equipment considerations, vendor relationships, and quality assurance and
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL FORMATS AND STORAGE: VIDEO – WORKFLOWS Part five of an eight part series The second of two sessions on video, this one offers equipment considerations and workflows in digitizing analog video formats and processing born-digital video, including metadata capture. Both in-house migration and vendor migration will be discussed, as well
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL FORMATS AND STORAGE: VIDEO – FORMATS Part four of an eight part series. This session offers an overview of digital video file formats, technical characteristics of digital video, format selection criteria, and considerations for reformatting video and born-digital video. Instructors: Kate Murray, Library of Congress and Jim Hone, Film & Media
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL FORMATS AND STORAGE: AUDIO – DIGITAL AUDIO WORKFLOWS Part three of an eight part series. This second session focused on audio, will review standards for digital audio preservation, equipment considerations, elements of an in-house workflow (including methods and tools), and outsourcing migration to vendors. Instructor: Alex Kroh, Digital Archivist, Walter J.
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL FORMATS AND STORAGE: AUDIO – FORMATS Part two of an eight part series An introduction to audio formats, this session will cover digital audio recording and playback, carriers, encoding (sampling and codecs), as well as metadata. Instructor: Marcos Sueiro Bal, Senior Archivist, New York Public Radio
This foundational session – the first of an eight part series – will provide an overview of bits and bytes, analog to digital conversion, digital data storage options, compression, and digital data preservation efforts. Instructor: Barry Lunt, Professor, School of Technology, Brigham Young University
This two part series is for small institutions with audiovisual collections and limited staff. Part Two – Digitization focuses on the digitization of analog materials, with considerations for using vendors vs. creating in-house stations, with a case example of a VHS setup. Care and maintenance of digital video and audio is also discussed. Download