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Guides to quality in visual resource imaging

Author: Linda Serenson ColetDonald P D'AmatoFranziska FreyDon WilliamsDigital Library Federation.All authors
Publisher: [Washington] : Council on Library and Information Resources, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Computer file : English : Updated July 2000View all editions and formats
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These periodically updated guides provide information for the growing community of museums, archives, and research libraries turning to imaging as a way to provide greater access to their visual resources while simultaneously preserving the original materials by addressing the steps needed to successfully create and store high-quality digital masters and derivatives.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Linda Serenson Colet; Donald P D'Amato; Franziska Frey; Don Williams; Digital Library Federation.; Research Libraries Group.; Council on Library and Information Resources.
OCLC Number: 44677349
Notes: Title from home page.
Description based on content as of July 26, 2000.
Written by Linda Serenson Colet, Donald P. D'Amato, Franziska Frey, and Don Williams.
Details: Mode of access: Internet.; System requirements: World Wide Web browser.
Contents: Background --
Introduction --
Planning an imaging project --
Selecting a scanner --
Imaging systems, the range of factors affecting image quality --
Measuring quality of digital masters --
File formats for digital masters --
References & further reading --
About the authors.
Responsibility: Digital Library Federation, Research Libraries Group, Council on Library and Information Resources.

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These periodically updated guides provide information for the growing community of museums, archives, and research libraries turning to imaging as a way to provide greater access to their visual resources while simultaneously preserving the original materials by addressing the steps needed to successfully create and store high-quality digital masters and derivatives.

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