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Sarah White specializes in Greek manuscripts and works on BAV and other manuscripts for the Green Foundation

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Microfilms are packed with color-coded cards to indicate where they are in the digitization process.

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The VFL reading room with Konica Minolta SL 1000 desktop scanners available for users.

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Vat. lat. 3868 open in Adobe Bridge; batch processing of embedded metadata attached to TIFFs from which JPEGs and PDFs will be derived.

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Vat. lat. 3868 open in Adobe Bridge; batch processing of persistent file names for TIFFs

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Processed microfilms ready for off-site preservation and storage. The blue cards indicate that the film has been fully processed.

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Jacob Kopfensteiner processes a digitized microfilm using Adobe Bridge CS6. The green card with the microfilm indicates that the film has been scanned.

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Susan Ganey of the Digitization Center, training to use the Mekel scanner.

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Scans produced by the Mekel scanner, view during editing using proprietary Quantum software.

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Scans produced by the Mekel scanner, view before editing.
Output Formats

atom, dc-rdf, dcmes-xml, json, omeka-json, omeka-xml, rss2