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Wednesday, December 2 • 8:30am - 1:00pm
Workshop:  From a Distance: Hands-On Introduction to Videotape Capture Station Setup: Day One

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This two-day workshop is a condensed version of the videotape capture station hands-on training developed for the AAPB Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellowship Immersion Week. Attendees will be able to explain the concepts of signal flow and sync and identify the various equipment needed to digitize analog video. This is a great introduction for students and moving image archivists that have not previously worked hands-on with analog video. 

Typically taught as an in-person hands-on training this workshop has been adapted for remote teaching. Attendees do not need to have their own equipment at the time of the workshop, but if they do, they are welcome to set up their station along with the demonstration. This workshop is intended to develop digitization skills for those who plan to work on small digitization projects remotely and to foster a better understanding and appreciation for the work that digitization vendors do.


Speakers
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Jackie Jay

Farallon Archival Consulting, LLC
Jackie Jay received her MLIS with a focus in archival studies and imagining technology as well as a graduate certificate in archival management from the University of North Texas. She previously worked at Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC) as a preservation technician where she built... Read More →


Wednesday December 2, 2020 8:30am - 1:00pm PST