Digitizing Chevron's Media Legacy: A Case Study
Digital Revolution digitized four decades' worth of Chevron's legacy media, including film, video tapes of multiple different formats and audio reels.The collection included fourteen different video tape formats, five audio tape formats, three film formats and 35mm slides, including PAL tapes from overseas. Preserving the content involved proper cleaning and handling of the older formats, which requires delicacy and knowledge of the media in order to ensure the best possible playback.
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