Digitize your old media—from photographs and film to vinyl records and audio cassettes— to preserve your history for future generations.
Epson V600 Scanner that can easily scan your old photographs, as well as 35mm and 120mm film and slides.
Picscanner Mobile Phone Scanner to quickly convert film and slides into positive images right on your phone through the app.
Emerson Video Cassette Recorder that can digitize VHS tapes to a .MP4 format as well as an adapter cassette for VHS-C tapes. So break out those old home videos!
Wolverine Movie Maker Pro to scan and digitize old Super8 or 8mm film to a .MP4 file with no audio. (You'll need a 32GB or less SD card to save your file).
Marantz USB Cassette Player Recorder to convert your audio cassette tapes to a .WAV file.
ION Record Player to digitize your vinyl records into a .WAV file.
Floppy Disc Reader to get your files off of those old floppy discs.
You can use the DigiLab for free with your library card! Make a reservation here.
Reservations are available up to four-hours a day per person and available to you up to eight hours a month.
Library staff will do a brief orientation of the space and its equipment, tools, supplies, and software. How-to guides are provided in the room. You must provide your own storage device or have access to cloud software.