Digitization: Hudson Archival's digital conversion services include color, bi-tonal, and grayscale, scanning of: documents, maps, photographs, glass plate negatives, photographic negatives, 35MM slides, and retrospective microfilm collections.

Metadata and Indexing: Collections are indexed to facilitate retrieval using OCR, METS/ALTO, and other metadata formats as needed.

Online Presentation: Hudson Archival is accustomed to tailoring output to a variety of content managements systems to suit the client’s needs. We can also provide online hosting of collections using Veridian.

Preservation Microfilming: Hudson Archival meets or exceeds the standards set by the Library of Congress, the Research Library Group and the New York State Archives and Records Administration and ANSI/AIIM for archival quality microfilm. Many clients opt to have Hudson Archival produce microfilm with the intent to scan and index a collection at some point in the future. This microfilm is produced for optimum scanning results. If a collection has already been digitized, Hudson Archival can output the digital images to 35mm or 16mm microfilm with a 500-year life expectancy.