- v. present participle of digitize.
“After work, we drove down to Warwick and picked up Spooky's belated birthday present, a new turntable so that she can begin digitizing the squillion or so pieces of vinyl she has stored at her parents.”
“It is our plan to make available to everyone the raw data that we take in digitizing this analog data from the tapes.”
“Yossi Matias, director of Google Israel's research and development center, said the company had been involved in digitizing major libraries in Europe, as well as collections at the Prado Museum in Madrid and Iraq's National Museum.”
“Unfortunately, Marvel Inc. doesn't provide information on the software, technology, or processes they used in digitizing these records.”
“Hopefully, others who are interested in digitizing analog sound recordings for the sake of preservation and accessibility will learn from this project.”
“An in-depth explanation of the equipment used in digitizing items is included on the site which I found to be helpful and informative.”
“- This Summit will bring together individuals and groups interested in digitizing Manitoba's cultural heritage.”
“A primary reason for digitizing is to increase access.”
“Under “About”, the intent in digitizing the library is explained: to improve access to scientific literature worldwide for botanical researchers and for botanists working in the field.”
“That technique, called digitizing, means breaking down the celluloid picture into an electronic signal of 1s and 0s, similar to what's on audio compact discs.”
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