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November 29-December 2 New Orleans, Louisiana — VTBoston will be exhibiting in the Vendor Cafe at the Association of Moving Image Archivists 2017 conference. We’d love to visit with you at this unique gathering. We’ll be there to learn about your audiovisual archiving goals and to help you reach them. For more information about the conference, visit the AMIA Conference website.
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“We discovered VTBoston at an AMIA conference a few years ago. Once we had our digitization program in place, we started sending VTBoston what were our priority 1” and 2” videotapes for digitization. We have been impressed with their persistent approach to digitizing even the most problematic tapes. Their fees are reasonable, which helps us since we have a good number of these tapes that are part of our long-term digitization project. Jim Trafidlo has been great to work with, and we look forward to successfully completing this part of our project with his assistance.”

Lou Ellen Kramer
Archives Manager
Miami Dade College
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Our National Ministry of Design colleagues at National Boston have been featured on Boston WCVB's Chronicle program.  This segment showcases some of the design team's latest work.
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Video Transfer is now offering the conversion of  HD programming into Digital Cinema Package (DCP) files.  Many theatrical venues are accepting this format for use with the same projector utilized for major film presentations.  DCP has become an attractive option to Blu-ray for film festival submissions.  Look for more information on our website.
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See how film assets for WGBH's Open Vault Vietnam Collection were reconstructed, digitized and edited at National Boston.  View the collection at WGBH's Open Vault: http://openvault.wgbh.org/collections/vietnam-the-vietnam-collection.  Learn how Video Transfer and National Boston can help with your archival projects by contacting Jim Trafidlo at 617-487-6188 or jtrafidlo@vtiboston.com
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Jim Trafidlo of Video Transfer/National Boston will be exhibiting at the 2017 Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) annual convention in New Orleans, Nov. 30 - Dec. 1.  Jim will be joined by Video Transfer's engineer Nash Bly.  Visit http://www.amiaconference.net for more about the conference.
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Video Transfer- 115 Dummer St., Brookline, MA 02446   (617) 487-6200
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