Digital Vision will be on hand for the Association of Moving Archivists Annual Conference, taking place in Portland, Oregon, November 18-21. One of the most important events in the restoration and preservation community, AMIA's Annual Conference provides an opportunity for a diverse array of professionals and companies to participate in an intensive learning forum for audio-visual preservation and access.
The Association of Moving Image Archivists will hold the 2015 edition of its Annual Conference in Portland, Oregon, from November 18- 21 at the Hilton Portland & Executive Tower. Over 600 members of the global media preservation community will gather to discuss not only the safeguarding of valuable archival elements, but how to keep those assets viable and accessible for the future.
The Association of Moving Image Archivists has announced a full roster of speakers for the 2015 Digital Asset Symposium, taking place November 18-19 in Portland, Oregon, at the Hilton Portland & Executive Tower. Experts from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Family Search, Game Metadata and Citation Project, the International Association of the Chiefs of Police, and Stanford University will discuss their approach to handling video, audio, written and physical materials in their respective fields.
The Association of Moving Image Archivists has enlisted keynote speakers Erik Weaver and John Downey for the Digital Asset Symposium, November 18-19 at the Hilton Portland & Executive Tower in Portland, Oregon. This year marks the first time that DAS will run simultaneously with AMIA’s Annual Conference, which takes place November 18-21.
The Association of Moving Image Archivists will unveil a series of online webinars this month, expanding its educational offerings on media preservation, and providing introduction of these important topics to the broader library and archive communities as well as the general public. AMIA Online will launch the first three-webinar series in September, and address digital formats and storage, as well as best practices for personal and small audiovisual archives.
Digital Film Technology has launched its Wet-Gate technology for its latest Scanity HDR film scanner, which is designed to provide a real-time organic solution for the ingest and management of difficult to solve historical film transfer issues – such as dust and scratch removal.
The Association of Moving Image Archivists has announced the preliminary lineup for its Digital Asset Symposium, which will be held May 8, 2015 at The Museum of Modern Art in New York, New York.
The Reel Thing (www.The-Reel-Thing.org), the 33rd technical symposium on film restoration and preservation will be held August 21-23 at the Linwood Dunn Theater at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Pickford Center for Motion Picture Study in Hollywood.
In what counted as one of the surprises at the event, Blackmagic Design unveiled the Blackmagic Cintel film scanner earlier this month at the National Association of Broadcasters show in Las Vegas. The real time system can scan 16mm and 35mm film into UltraHD.
Codex has announced that it is working with Vision Research to provide a robust workflow for the Phantom Flex4K camera. Already widely used around the world with many different cameras, Codex Vault is a mobile workflow device that supports the rapid transfer of the digital camera originals from the Phantom for review, post-production and archiving.