Preservation and digitization of audiovisual media

18 Jun 2012 to 22 Jun 2012
Paris, France

A training course on new technologies applied to the restoration, digitization, preservation and use of audiovisual media archives.

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The third edition of the FRAME training course, Future for Restoration of Audiovisual Memory in Europe, designed for the European professionals1 of the media industry, will take place in 2012 at Ina headquarters in Bry-sur-Marne (near Paris).

In the digital world, the use of audiovisual content benefits from a wide range of new outlets such as webplateforms, smartphones and tablets. FRAME address the issue of new technologies applied to the restoration, digitization, preservation, marketing and use of television and film archives. Examples of new use of archival content in various media platforms will be showcased.

The working language of the course will be English. Each session is open to 12 participants. Deadline for application is May 11st 2012.


The course will be divided in 2 parts. Participants can apply to attend one or both parts.

Session I: Preservation and digitization of audiovisual media
Monday June 18 - Friday June 22 2012.
Download the 1st session's draft programme

Session II: Organization, marketing and use of archival digital content
Monday October 15 - Friday October 19 2012.
Download the 2nd session’s draft programme

Outcomes for participants

To get complete overview of the available innovative solutions,
To be able to design and implement the necessary processing lines within their own organization,
To strengthen their network of media archive managers.