As the new year brings a refresh to our workflows, we present to you a discussion and demonstration on custom color profiling in basICColor input 6. Creating custom color profiles is an essential element in Cultural Heritage and Commercial Reprographic processes....
The start of a new year is a good time to refresh ourselves, our systems, and our workflows as we return to our offices, wherever they may be! Each year, we make a few suggestions for digitization housekeeping tasks — tasks that are important, but only need to be...
CH Technical Support Specialist Job Description As the CH Technical Support Specialist for Digital Transitions, you will be responsible for offering professional one-on-one technical support to our clients. This position focuses on the installation and training of...
Last month, our team had the great pleasure of installing a new BC100 at Stanford’s Green Library. The DT BC100, the fastest and most powerful book capture system from DTDCH. Hand-built in the USA, the BC100 utilizes two camera systems to nearly double...
New Firmware Update Available Phase One has released new firmware updates for the iXG and iXH reprographic camera systems. These updates optimize the autofocus system, maintaining the extremely precise sensitivity of the platform’s focus motors while improving...
Last week we hosted our Annual Round Table, which for the first time was virtual and held over the course of two days. We had the pleasure of hosting hundreds of participants from around the world bringing their unique perspectives to the event. I continue to be...
Watch our in-house profiling and color expert Spencer Zidarich walk through the features of BasICColor software including the differences between the pro and non-pro versions. Looking for a target to use with BasICColor? We suggest the DT NGTv2 and the ISA Golden...
Digital Transitions’ divisions of Cultural Heritage and Pixel Acuity are proud to be participating in this year’s ALA Virtual Exhibition. DT CulturalHeritage is America’s leading designer and manufacturer of digitization solutions for our nation’s...
The DT Coding Series Part 5 and the Capstone Class have been postponed to 2021. More information will be provided here, on our website, and via our newsletter
The DT Coding Series Part 5 and the Capstone Class have been postponed to 2021. More information will be provided here, on our website, and via our newsletter which you can sign up for in the footer of this webpage.
This is the final session of the Digital Transitions Coding Series, the Certification Capstone course. This course will offer an extended look at combining all of the knowledge gained in the previous online sessions, and graduates will receive a diploma certifying that they have become coding experts.
The first five parts of the DT Coding Webinar series are introductory in nature. In this two-day capstone class, we will dive much deeper into AppleScript, Python, and the Capture One SDK. We will take on real-world coding use cases from scratch, including the pre-code planning, unit-testing small components of the overall solution, testing and debugging, and documentation. If you do not have previous experience with coding, in addition to the 5 previous webinars in this series, we will send you a list of free intro-level classes we suggest to arrive best prepared to dive deep.
$549 Registration Fee | $449 Early Bird Registration (use code ” CodingEarlyBird2020 ” at checkout through September 1) By attending you will receive: – Access to the Coding Jam at the end of Day 2 during which the instructors will spend 1:1 time with each attendee to critically look at their current coding projects and offer advice and assistance.
– FREE registration for our Annual Round Table(email [email protected] to claim)
– Invitation to an exclusive coding series Happy Hour
– 1 Year single-user license of Capture One Enterprise (available after registration, a $399 value) All aspects of this class will be held online.
The 2-day training will be held via a webinar. Registrants will receive instructions to join and receive their unique join code.
The exact start and end time of the course is to be determined, but you can plan on the course being all-day during business hours.
An important note, while the first two parts of this series speak specifically to Cultural Heritage institutions, the series as a whole is directly applicable to high volume workflows of all types from e-commerce, to fashion, to museum/library digitization.
If you haven’t already, we strongly recommend checking out the 5 preceding parts to the DT Coding Series to this session before the certification (even if you have prior experience). This will ensure that all participants are joining the class at the same starting point. You can register before completing all parts, but it’s best if you have parts 1-5 completed before the 2-day training. (Parts 1-5 are free.)
Parts 1-4 of this web series do not require any prior experience with scripting or coding and are intentionally structured in a way to be friendly to beginner level programers.
1. Do I need to complete Parts 1-5 before attending the Certification Capstone?
While not absolutely necessary, we strongly suggest watching the recorded sessions of Parts 1-5 linked on this page. This is ensure all attendees have the same foundation for which we are building the certification.
2. Can I use the Capture One Enterprise license before the class?
Yes! We will process your license within three business days of your sign up and you can use the license for one year thereafter. Moreover, it is a one-year subscription, so includes any new versions of Capture One Enterprise (e.g. v21) released during that period. This is a $399 value included at no additional cost.
Due to the limited seating, Digital Transitions DOES NOT offer refunds for this program.