The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum migrates 5000 analog video tapes

December 2008
Broadcast Engineering;Dec2008 Digital Reference Guide, p75
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The article reports on the renovations being made by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, in an aim to migrate 5,000 analog video tapes to permanent digital files for viewing and archiving. According to the article, the move is designed to establish and identify each of the video tapes to ensure that they can be played on VTR machines. In addition, it provides details on how the team of experts did the process.


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