digital moving image formats
Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Standardized means of organizing and storing moving images created using a binary numerical system electronically stored in the form of encoded image elements, or pixels.
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Content Description The Fredrick J. Zydek papers primarily document his work and career as a poet. Zydek’s collection thoroughly documents his poetry with a folder of material about each of his poems containing drafts and final versions of the poems as well as correspondence with publishers when the poems were published, which was frequently the case (15 cubic feet). Many of Zydek’s poems were published and they covered a range of topics. The collection also includes his short stories. Folders of material about ...
Scope and Contents Videos created by Fredrick Zydek include readings of his writings, the history of Metropolitan Community Church of Omaha (MCC Omaha), family history, LGBT topics such as “Native American Gay History,” and other videos reflecting Zydek’s interests. All videos are available for viewing from Zydek’s YouTube page at https://www.youtube.com/user/MrMoroni12 as of February 10, 2017.
Sub-Series — Box 1
Scope and Contents This collection includes discs of every UNO Hockey contest from the inaugural season, 1997-98, through 2012-13. There are 15 spindles of DVDs and two hard drives. The hard drives include games from 2010-11 through 2012-13. Power sources for the hard drives are also included.
Scope and Contents Silent film of University of Omaha vs. Drake University football game in Des Moines, November 20, 1965. This is the only known surviving footage of Marlin Briscoe (#27) playing for the University of Omaha. The original 16mm film is owned by Drake University, but was loaned to the University of Nebraska at Omaha for digitization in 2016. Two digital files were produced, one masterfile encoded with JPEG2000 compression and one public access file encoded with H.264 compression.
Collection — Reel 1-170
Content Description The Omaha Zoo Foundation films include over 170 films documenting animals and zoos in the mid-twentieth century. The films include coverage of various animals, construction at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, as well as a small number of other U.S. zoos. Animals documented included a variety of mammals, birds, reptiles, and fish with well-known animals like Casey, a gorilla who came to Omaha from Minnesota’s Como Zoo in the 1960s, featured. Other primates as well as hoofstock and various ...
Scope and Contents Opening Ceremony for the Omaha display of the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt at the Omaha Civil Auditorium. Ceremony includes welcomes, choral performances, reading of names, and unfurling of quilt sections. Quilt sections are displayed on the floor of the arena with others hung on the hockey glass.
Scope and Contents Digital pPhotos and videos shot by the UNO campus photographers between 2012 and March 2016. The media files document the UNO campus, events, and people with formal and informal individuals and groups.