Microfilm Scanning of 100-Year-Old Historical Content

Business Process Services

THE CLIENT

The client is a leading provider of learning and research solutions for the academic, professional, and library markets worldwide.

THE CHALLENGE

The client wanted to digitize their huge collection of historical content available on 16mm and 35mm microfilm rolls into high-resolution TIFF images and publish its digital edition for permitting easy search, retrieval, display and print. They had the following operational challenges:
 

  • The microfilms had varying contrast levels
  • The scanning had to be done at high resolution
  • Presence of numerous splices in each microfilm roll
  • The Vinegar Syndrome had deteriorated the films due to its age and storage defects. The digitization therefore needed extensive manual intervention

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