Monthly Archive
for: ‘November, 2008’

What Kind of Microfilm do I Have?

We get a lot of questions from folks who have documents on microform but are not sure exactly what they have. Hopefully this post will clarify things a bit. Creekside Digital can scan all of the following major types of microform: Rollfilm. As its name implies, rollfilm is a roll or spool of film containing …

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To OCR or Not to OCR . . . ?

Optical Character Recognition, or OCR for short, is a type of software designed to extract text from images (for example, digitized images of your rollfilm) and output it to a file such as a PDF or text file. Creekside Digital often runs OCR on digitized rollfilm and creates searchable PDF files. But will it work …

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4 weeks ago

Creekside Digital

Exciting news! All of the 18,677 (give or take a few) posters from our mass digitization project with National Museum of American History are now available online!

For the Archives Center Princeton University Posters Collection visit: sova.si.edu/record/NMAH.AC.0433 or search "Princeton University Posters Collection" on collections.si.edu

For the Political and Military History collections, visit: collections.si.edu/search/results.htm?q=set_name:%22Princeton+Posters%22

You can also check out this BTS video from our production: youtu.be/MbBxXpSm134
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1 month ago

Creekside Digital

The leaves are starting to change, but this week we’re in full bloom kicking off a project with Smithsonian Gardens 🌳🌺⛲️ We will be digitizing 50,000 35mm slides and 120mm film transparencies over the next 4 months! #digitization ... See MoreSee Less

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