Digitisation

Why to Digitise?
An electronic file has the potential to open access to a collection with a speed, flexibility and connectivity that microfilm cannot. Through the internet and other networks, information and resources from libraries, museums and archives can now be shared beyond the physical boundaries of the collections.

Digitising Original Material
We offer our customers a high quality facility that can scan large numbers of images to any file size and format. With our technology we can digitize any fragile documents including:

Photographs, Postcards, Glass plate negatives, Manuscripts and most other printed materials
The expertise we have in working with fragile and valuable materials for microfilming is transferable to the digitization process. In common with best practice, the Unit will normally always scan at the highest resolution in the first instance to create the best quality image. From that master image, resolution or size can be compressed to create surrogates suited the desired end-usage.
Images can be supplied in a number of formats, the most common of which are: Tagged-Image File Format (TIFF) - standard format used to exchange files between applications and computer platforms, and for print purposes. TIFF files support LZW compression. Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) - format commonly used to display photographs and images over the WWW and other online services.

We welcome any enquiries, comments or suggestions that you may have about potential projects.

   
 
 
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