Media Asset Preservation

Preserving Today's Media Assets for Tomorrow

Media Asset Preservation's process digitally transfers all forms of media, film, video, documents, photos, and creates a customized, searchable database preventing the unintentional loss of personal history, corporate history, and government history.

Every day countless irreplaceable documents and memories are lost to time and deterioration.  It doesn't have to be that way.  With MAP, you can easily transfer your media, files, and memories into the highest resolution digital formats that will stand the tests of time.

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We Transfer and Digitize Film in all formats, preserving records and events of the past.

Film Formats

We Transfer and Digitize the largest variety of Video Formats in house.

Video Formats

The spoken word is our connection to history.

Audio Formats

Photos, slides, CDs and DVDs... all formats need to be digitized.

Misc Formats

Media Asset Preservation Process

  1. Sorting & Bar-Coding
  2. Meta Data Generation
  3. Film & Video Media Digitization
  4. Audio Media Digitization
  5. Master File Encoding
  6. Database Setup & White Labeling
  7. Database Population
  8. Database Setup (Client-Side)
  9. File Backup Process

Media Asset Preservation - MAP - Media Asset Preservation takes the risk out of storing film, video, documents, images, and book assets by digitizing them and storing them in a secure database. MAP has been a specialist in media transfer and archiving for over 27 years and can convert nearly any video format, file format, both motion picture and stills, and any audio format used over the last 100 years.  Our process converts old media assets into digital formats, helping our clients more easily store, manage, and utilize their assets.

At Media Asset Preservation, we scan, transfer, digitize, and meta tag personal and corporate assets and then upload them to our custom designed searchable database.  We provide an all-inclusive digital archiving service for all forms of documents, video tape, film, photographs, negatives, slides, and more.....and the final database is both portable and web accessible.

Organizations, individuals, large corporations, museums, non-profits, and companies all have rich histories spanning multiple media types and formats. Unless they are all professionally transferred and digitized, they run the risk of total loss due to improper storage and the inevitable degradation of sensitive and volatile formats, such as cellulose based film.  It isn't a matter of if this loss will happen, but one of when, and we don't recommend being the individual responsible for not making the responsible decision.