Charter Oak Scanning’s very own, Robert Webb, discusses the history of videotapes, their entry to the market and their differences.
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Getting started with your photo organizing project can be overwhelming. Following a few simple guidelines can make this process easier. We rely on the “ABCs of Photo Organizing” to stay on track. A = Album These photos are the most important and belong in an album and/or scanned and archived. It’s important to understand that not all […]
Well, Dears, we hope you do! Digital Asset Management, or DAM, involves the creation of an archive; the preservation and management of digital assets with the search functionality, which allows end users to identify, locate and retrieve whichever asset they are looking for. Like what? – Documents – Prints that you’ve had digitized – […]
Video Tapes As a rule of thumb, whatever is written on your video tape will become the file name on your flash drive or the DVD name. Please be sure the names are written clearly on the tape, preferably in block capital letters if possible. If you would like your tapes to be in […]
With digital cameras being so inexpensive and the ease in which we snap away with the cameras built into our phones, we are taking more photos than ever before. With this influx of digital photos spread across multiple devices, paired with the boxes of prints, slides and negatives, many of us can feel overwhelmed with the gravity […]
Many of you know we are a Father-Daughter business, I still remember my parents tearful goodbye when they left me in Philadelphia to head back to Connecticut. I kept it pretty together until the moment they drove away, calling them right away in tears! So with that memory and college bound students beginning to leave […]
I hate to tell you, but VHS tapes won’t last forever! Even if your tapes don’t encounter water or fire damage, age can damage them all the same, so be careful on how long you debate! In the late 70’s we first saw the introduction of the video cassette recorder-player. This completely changed our TV viewing habits […]
1. Give Us a Quick Bio: I am 18 years old and going into my second year of college at Eastern Connecticut State University, majoring in New Media Studies. I graduated Stonington High School last year and am hoping for a job in the cinematography field after my time at school. 2. What is your role […]
We have A LOT of customers that keep their hard copies after we digitize their memorabilia, more recently however, we’ve had some brave ones that don’t want them back and love the extra room they’ve created! So, maybe you’re one of those who want that hard copy feeling or maybe you’re thinking I’d love to […]
We just celebrated our first year in business and with that wanted to revamp our website. Please let us know what you think! I was told during an internship that a blog is like your businesses diary, a way for customers to connect with you. With our new website, we are hoping we can do […]
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Digitization company out of Stonington, CT specializing in converting prints, slides, VHS, film and audio to digital format.