This is a funny cartoon, but also a cautionary tale that was shown the to troops during WWII. Our company put together a compilation of about 90 minutes worth of various audio-visual materials for the Dr. Seuss Centennial Celebration and Exhibit in Springfield Mass several years ago. This is a brief excerpt, but a good example of a project where we worked from multiple sources and obsolete formats and put together an informative program for museum-goers from around the world. Although the 16mm film transfer system used here has been entirely upgraded, our results were sharper and better overall than the commercially available copies on videotape. In one instance, the film soundtrack was poor, so we mixed a clean videotape soundtrack with the film image, which made for some interesting audio editing to maintain accurate lip-sync of the cartoon characters.

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This is an on-line portfolio of work samples, preliminary drafts or works-in-progress for clients to preview, and other curiosities that we come across in our archiving and live production work.
Our website is MakeHistory.tv and our mission is to record and preserve important bits of history for individuals, organizations, and larger communities. We provide media production and preservation services that are truly archival quality and without compromise.

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