The Science Museum of Minnesota started collecting artifacts from the local Hmong community in the 1980’s, which was a time of great cultural change. In addition to collecting physical artifacts, the museum documented oral histories, cultural activities, and demonstrations of Hmong crafts. This aspect of the collection was recorded on […]Read more »
In January 2001, the Hennepin County District Court launched a 30-minute weekly program on the Channel 6 Metro Cable Network. “Meet Your Court” was the inspiration of then Chief District Court Judge Kevin Burke, who felt that the media generally failed to report what was really happening in the court. […]Read more »
Mixed Blood Theater recently approached Saving Tape for help digitizing their archive of production videotapes. Saving Tape worked within their limited budget to create high quality digital files for archiving, copying, editing, web-posting and more. The digital transfers consisted mainly of VHS tapes, Video 8 cassettes, as well as Digi […]Read more »
I’ve used Saving Tape for 16mm home movie conversion, slide scanning, and VHS digitization. In regards to their results and service, I have two comments. First, the technical quality of the work is exceptional. Their investment of equipment and knowledge to digitally scan film is apparent in the results. Compared […]Read more »
One of the most common questions we get is – should I convert my video tapes to DVD’s or digital files? Watch this video short for the answer!
The crew at Saving Tape walks you through all the different video and audio formats that can be converted to digital media.