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Guide to Preserving Film

Storing Film

Created by staff from the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture

 

Guide to Preserving Video and Digital Video Files

Storing Video

Created by staff from the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture

 

Resources

Colorlab is a business located in Rockville, MD that transfers film.

Center for Home Movies has information about transferring film reels.

Film Forever provides simple guidelines for preserving motion picture film materials outside of specialized archives, with a focus on storage at home.

Activist Archivists '7 Tips to Ensure Your Video Is Usable in the Long Term' shows you how to record video today so it lasts.

Internet Archive is a great place to donate a copy of your home movies.

Texas Commission for the Arts Videotape Identification and Assessment Guide

 

 

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