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DTDCH Script Suite

DTDCH Script Suite

Digital Transitions Division of Cultural Heritage is proud to release the public beta of our DTDCH Script Suite featuring an improved Shutter Integration Solution and the new DTDCH Crop Manipulator tools. Better shutter integration means capture technicians can focus more on material handling and assuring the quality of the...
How Much Resolution Do I need?

How Much Resolution Do I need?

A Simple Question with a Complicated Answer At Digital Transitions Division of Cultural Heritage, we provide more than just equipment of the highest quality. We work to provide our clients accurate knowledge and understanding of how to use the equipment to get the best results for any given collection and imaging...
Cable Management

Cable Management

One of the jobs I do with Digital Transitions is install RG3040 and RGC180’s. I take pride in setting up a system impeccably and leaving our clients ready to get to work. Like all of us at DTDCH, I’m always looking ways to improve our services and products in big and small...
The Beauty of Auto Crop – Duke University

The Beauty of Auto Crop – Duke University

From the blog of our customer Duke University Libraries: “One of the most tedious and time-consuming tasks we do in the Digital Production Center is cropping and straightening still image files. Hired students spend hours sitting at our computers, meticulously straightening and cropping extraneous background space out of hundreds of thousands of photographed images, using Adobe...
IS&T Wrap-up and Batch Crop Manipulation Utility

IS&T Wrap-up and Batch Crop Manipulation Utility

IS&T Wrap Up The Society for Imaging Science and Technology Archiving conference was held in Los Angeles at The Getty Center during the week of May 18th. Digital Transitions Division of Cultural Heritage was there in force. In addition to hosting the cocktail hour opening reception we also held a Short Course called Automating Away Drudgery – AppleScript Solutions in a Phase One Capture One Centric...
Phase One XF: First Look

Phase One XF: First Look

Today Phase One and Digital Transitions are proud to announce the long awaited next generation camera body, the XF Camera System. This system has been in development for years and finally gives Phase One total control over the entire platform; lens, body and the new IQ3 (which give tighter integration to the...

Film Scanning at the Center for Creative Photography

Here is a great statement from Joseph Rheaume, the Digital Projects Coordinator, over at the Center for Creative Photography in Arizona. They are using our film scanning solutions to capture film at amazing speeds. “At the Center for Creative Photography here in Tucson, AZ at the University of Arizona we have had great experiences using the new Advanced Film Positioning Kit (with holders) from...
Capture One CH 8.2 is here.

Capture One CH 8.2 is here.

Today Phase One & DTDCH have released Capture One CH 8.2 – a free update to existing Capture One CH 8 customers. This cultural heritage edition of the renowned professional raw processing and image editing software is designed to help satisfy the demanding workflow needs of professionals at museums, libraries and other institutions who are dedicated to cultural heritage...