GO DIGITAL

Digital Media Stations provide tools for you to preserve, edit and create. You can convert old media to new digital formats or create new digital media using Adobe Creative Cloud and other software.

No matter the project, a Digital Media Station is a one-stop vintage and virtual shop!

Digital Media Stations are available to use at Eloise May, Kelver, Koelbel, Sheridan, Smoky Hill and Southglenn and libraries.

RESERVE A STATION

Reserve a time online to use a Digital Media Station at Eloise May, Kelver, Sheridan, Smoky Hill or Southglenn Libraries, or call to make a reservation.

  • Please read the guidelines before reserving a station.

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ASK A QUESTION

Fill out this form and we'll answer by email or phone.

DIGITAL MEDIA STATION HELP

Need help using the Digital Media Station or have a question about the tools or need to request additional equipment? Fill out the form below and a librarian will contact you to provide assistance.

Equipment listed below.

EQUIPMENT

AVAILABLE AT ALL DIGITAL MEDIA STATIONS

AVAILABLE ONLY BY REQUEST

The following items are available by appointment, for in-library use and can be requested when filling out the Ask a Librarian Form above.

  • 8mm Film Projector
  • Betamax Player
  • Capacitance Electronic Disc (CED) Player
  • DVD Camcorder
  • Digital 8
  • Hi8 Videocassette Deck
  • Laser Disc Player
  • MiniDV
  • Microcassette
  • Reel to Reel (Audio)
  • Slide Projector

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Digital Media Station FAQs

  • A Digital Media Station, opens a new window is a space with equipment for you to convert your old media to a digital format or create new digital media.

    • VHS tapes → DVD or digital file
    • 8mm/Super 8 film → digital file (MP4)
    • Vinyl records (33, 45, or 78 rpm) → CD or digital file
    • 8mm, Hi8 and Digital8 camcorder tapes → DVD or digital file
    • VHS-C tapes → DVD or digital file
    • Audio cassette tapes → CD or digital file
    • 35mm slides → digital file
    • Negatives → digital file
    • Old photos → digital file

    If you would like assistance, please schedule an appointment, opens a new window with a librarian.

  • Reserve a time online, opens a new window to use a Digital Media Station at Eloise May, Kelver, Koelbel, Sheridan, Smoky Hill or Southglenn Libraries, or call 303-LIBRARY(303-542-7279) to make a reservation. Visit the Digital Media Station page, opens a new window for more information.

  • Some equipment can work with different media if you bring your own player. Discuss your project with a librarian, opens a new window to find out.

    If we can't help you digitize the format you have, we can help you find someone in the area who can.

  • If you'll be converting media, bring your old media and something to store the digital files on. A flash drive of 16 GB should suffice for most projects.

    If you're bringing CDs and DVDs, bring a few more than you think you'll need just in case. If you subscribe to Cloud storage, this is also an option.

  • You can reserve a Digital Media Station, opens a new window for up to 3 hours per day.

  • Digital Media Station computers offer Adobe Creative Cloud, VLC Media Player, iTunes, Audacity, Roxio Easy CD & DVD Burning, Handbrake, Adobe Acrobat DC, EZ Vinyl Tape Converter,ElGato Video Capture, Epson Scan.

  • You can schedule an appointment with a librarian to learn more about the software and apps available at the Digital Media Stations.

    You can also find tutorials for some of equipment and online courses through LinkedIn Learning.

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