PERSONAL DIGITAL ARCHIVING
MANAGING AUDIOVISUAL COLLECTIONS IN LIBRARIES
Simond Lund, Cineric
This video was illustration for Cineric’s talk about building a sprocketless wetgate 4k restoration scanner in house for films with sever vinegar and shrinkages above 4%. Because industry of making equipment for handling motion picture has collapsed with the abandonment of shooting on film, a restoration company is now, more than ever, required to make their own tools. Luckily, there has been lots of developments in the fields of small manufacturing in CNC, electronics and open source software and Cineric took advantage of all of these in the manufacturing of this scanner.
A Presentation of the Digital Restoration of Philippine Cinema
Manet A. Dayrit, Central Digital Lab, Inc.
AVEROS – Automatic Media Restoration
Franz Hoeller and Walter Plaschzug, HS-Art Digital Service GmbH
Toward a People’s AV Archive: In Keeping Ordinary People’s Memory Alive
Ray Jiing, Tainan National University of the Arts
Archivists Can Contribute More to Society Using Old Footage for Reminiscence
Nobuhisa Yamashita, NHK Broadcasting
Archives in the ‘Post-Truth’ Era: Mapping and Consolidation of Marcos AV Materials
Rosemarie Roque and Michelle Deloria, University of the Philippines Iyra Buenrostro, Nanyang Technological University
Stories Capture by Word of Mouth: Cultural Heritage Building through Oral History
Christine Abrigo and Karen Cecille V. Natividad, De La Salle University Libraries
Visiting Folk Life – Take the Example of Old Films Scattered in the Folk
Weiqiang Gong, Shanghai Audio Visual Archives
Changes in Tuvalu: Roles & Paradigms of Audiovisual Archives in Relation to a Changing Society
Noa Petueli Tapumanaia, Tuvalu National Library and Archives
The Role of the AV Archive – How to Make Use of Growing Possibilities to Disseminate AV Collections without Losing the Influence on What will be Preserved, (and How), to Future Generations
Tina Anckarman, National Library of Norway
Audiovisual Preservation at Universities and University Libraries: Where do we go from here?
Joshua S. Harris, Department of Preservation Services, University Libraries University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Digitizing Audiovisual Content for a Digital Future
Punam Sharma, Media Guru
Using Audiovisual Archive in Public Education: From Traditional Archive to Online Archive
Sopheap Chea, Bophana Audiovisual Resources Center
From Archives to Encyclopedia: the Change of Audio-visual Archives on the Public
Xi He, Shanghai Media Group & Shanghai Audio Visual Archives
Education & Training for the A/V Archive of the Future
Howard Besser, New York University
SEAPAVAA is an association of organizations and individuals involved in the development of audiovisual archiving in Southeast Asia and the Pacific as to preserve and provide access to the region's rich audiovisual heritage.