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  • Historical Video and Audio Clippings

    Historical Video and Audio Clippings

    We utilize the latest technologies to digitally convert historic content which exists on VHS, Hi8, Mini DVs, Beta Max, 8mm & 16mm film and tag the content.

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  • We Make Digital Transfer Simple & Safe!

    We Make Digital Transfer Simple & Safe!

    With Orders of $500 or more – New York to Philadelphia and all of New Jersey – We will come to you!

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  • Reconnecting schools with alumni

    Reconnecting schools with alumni

    We help schools strengthen relationships with alumni, student body,
    families, communities, and prospective students.

  • Raise Money for your Library while Preserving the Memories of your Patrons

    Raise Money for your Library while Preserving the Memories of your Patrons

    We offer a fundraising program that provides libraries and other organizations an innovative and effective means to raise money, while also helping individuals preserve their personal memories.

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  • The Perfect Gift

    Send your custom gift certificate now or print and deliver personally.

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  • Who should you trust?

    Who should you trust?

    We Were Entrusted with Digitizing the U.S. Constitution and
    We Will Use the Same State of the Art Technology to Preserve Your Precious Memories

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    Stay Connected With Us

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We Transform Your Films, Media, And Documents Into Crystal Clear, Cinema Quality Digital Formats That Will Last Forever.

 

Our state of the art technology has allowed us to deliver high performance digitization of motion pictures for the Academy of Motion Pictures of Arts and Sciences, as well as some of the world's most important original documents contained in historical archives, including medieval manuscripts, the Declaration of Independence,
and the United States Constitution.

Through our unique technology, long time experience, and professional services, Digital Memory Media has become the premier digitization company, serving communities, businesses and families worldwide for over 15 years.

 

 
 
 

Why You Must Act Now

Deterioration of Film Over Time

Unknown to many people is the fact that photographs and videotapes deteriorate. Due to the chemical makeup and development process of photographs through the years, deterioration of photos is expected.

Videotapes lose their magnetic signal over time as the binder that holds the magnetic particles to the polyester base decays. The friction between the VCR head and tape causes the quality and color to deteriorate, and the tape grows brittle and eventually breaks.

People are starting to realize this. It is no surprise that millions of people are contacting us to preserve their memories before they fade away.

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Watch Your Home Videos on Your Mobile Device

Imagine keeping historic moments and home videos at your fingertips, for viewing and sharing at any time. Keep your vintage masterpieces catalogued with your new photos all in one place, including your phone or tablet.


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Public Libraries Benefit from Innovative Document Imaging Preservation Services

Public Libraries Benefit from Innovative Document Imaging Preservation Services

Digital Memory Media, a subsidiary of Innovative Digital Imaging (IDI), maintains a state-of-the-art digital imaging facility in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Libraries with limited space have many projects which can benefit from digitalization, and IDI has signed up some of its New Jersey library neighbors for recent projects.


(PRWEB) May 01, 2015

Digital Memory Media, a subsidiary of Innovative Digital Imaging (IDI), maintains a state-of-the-art digital imaging facility in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Libraries with limited space have many projects which can benefit from digitization, and IDI has signed up some of its New Jersey library neighbors for recent projects.

Haddonfield Library has a contract to digitize 100,000 documents containing the town of Haddonfield’s real estate records including color and black and white photos of the individual homes. The project was completed at the end of January.

In December 2014, The Waldwick Public Library contracted with IDI to digitize its local history consisting of yearbooks and scrapbooks. The project was completed in four weeks and IDI also hosts the library Digit-Find-It web portal for browsing and key word searches across its collection. The portal will be linked to the Waldwick Public Library website.

Both Westfield and Cranford Public Libraries have individually contracted with IDI to host their local history content on the Digit-Find-It portal. The collections consist of yearbooks, city directories, oral histories (converted by Digital Memory Media from cassettes) and local newspapers including the Westfield Leader and the Cranford Chronicle.

Joyce Nencetti of Suffern, NY said "We received an enthusiastic response from our community when we offered them the opportunity to digitize and preserve their treasured memories. It was a great fundraiser for our Library."

The public library projects are just one example of how modern digitization capabilities can be of service to individual communities. On a larger scale, IDI has completed some huge digitization projects. The company has successfully completed the Stage II scanning of the Gilder Lehrman Collection for Adam Mathews Publishing at the New York Historical Society. The full collection consists of over 300,000 images and is considered one of the great archives of American history. It contains some of the country’s most important historical documents such as one of the original twelve copies of the signed Declaration of Independence and the original Emancipation Proclamation. A one-half hour documentary on the project is available on the Innovative Document Imaging web site http://www.idiimage.com and the Adam Mathews web site http://www.amdigital.co.uk/m-collections/collection/american-history-1493-1945/.

The availability of this material is an invaluable resource for teaching courses on American history and as a platform for undergraduate essay work and postgraduate research. The amount of work which has gone into the digitized preservation of these records is amazing. The technology making the preservation possible is equally amazing and has easily available application to the photos, letters, videos and mementos that are forming Twenty-First Century history.

Many people do not realize how much photographs and videotapes deteriorate. Because of the chemical makeup and the development process for photographs, deterioration is expected through the years. Videotapes lose their magnetic signal over time as the binder holding the magnetic particles to the polyester base decays. The friction between the VCR head and tape causes the quality and color to deteriorate. The tape grows brittle and eventually breaks. The same technology used in making sure the Gilder Lehman Collection survives for use by students, researchers and history buffs can make sure the record of birthday parties, high school musicals, weddings and other personal events will still be around for future generations to enjoy.

Customers across the United States and around the world are using the services of Innovative Document Imaging to digitize their important memories. For more information, visit http://www.idiimage.com.

We Digitized the Constitution of the United States

We Will Use the Same State of the Art Technology to Preserve Your Precious Memories

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Trusted By the Biggest and the Best

 
  • "We at the BAM Archives are very happy with the work you have done and would like to express our gratitude.We realize that you performed excellent work at extremely competitive pricing."
    - Archives Manager Louie Fleck
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