DT Digitization 201: Operator Training
This course covers routine workflows for camera-based digitization systems, from capture to post-processing. It covers topics like setting exposure, establishing focus, creating an LCC (even field), as well as topics like file organization, batch editing, and batch processing. Also included are basic standards-compliance theory and image-quality evaluation, including FADGI, ISO 19264, Golden Thread, and OpenDice. Students emerge ready to be operators of modern digitization systems for most non-challenging object types.
THE ULTIMATE BOUND MATERIAL SOLUTION
- Integrates with DT Atom, DT Element, and DT Versa
- Allows book opening of 80°, 100°, or 180°, with or without glass
- Open platform design preventing obsolescence.
- Designed for Operator Comfort
Imaging Solutions to Preserve our Heritage
Whether you’re not sure what equipment is the best solution for your digitization program, or you need to improve the color accuracy of your scans, our Educational Guides provide insight and tips you won’t find anywhere else. See all of our guides for Cultural Heritage digitization.
DT Heritage is America’s leading designer and manufacturer of digitization solutions for our nation’s libraries, museums, and cultural institutions. Using cutting edge technology to preserve our shared cultural heritage, we provide turnkey digitization solutions with advanced reprographic copy stands, revolutionary camera platforms, and sophisticated automation software. Our team comprises over a century of collective expertise, and brings together the industry’s top talent.
With diverse backgrounds in engineering, photography, conservation, and art history, our vast network of professional collaborators and passionate in-house R&D team enable us to provide custom solutions to overcome your most difficult challenges, and our award-winning support team ensures that you’re ready to take on new ones for years to come.
Loose Material & Manuscripts
Science & Research
Sculpture & Decorative Arts
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DT Digitization Guides
Part of DT Heritage’s mission is to provide the latest and most accurate information on digitization workflow, best practices, and technical innovations. In that spirit, we’ve created a series of digitization guides that are continually updated and shared with the Heritage community.