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Palmer School is digitizing local history through a five-year project financed by a $1.5 million grant from the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation. In February 2017, a group of staff and students started by setting up an on-campus Digitization Laboratory. The lab...read more
Capture One 11.2 is a feature release for the Cultural Heritage (CH) edition of Capture One with support for Cultural Heritage hardware, new camera support, and new lens support. New Feature Summary Easier CH Activation: The CH Version is now a selectable option from...read more
The University chose "the best of what the market had to offer." In 2017, The University of Rochester needed to upgrade its digitization systems in order to meet modern digital preservation standards. Using equipment designed and installed by Digital Transitions, they...read more