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The ResCarta Foundation provides archivists with a professional grade suite of tools for building, managing, and hosting sustainable, standards based digital archives.
 
The ResCarta Foundation provides archivists with a professional grade suite of tools for building, managing, and hosting sustainable, standards based digital archives.
  
The ResCarta Tools software empowers users to create non-proprietary digital objects with LOC standard METS, MODS, and MIX metadata from existing TIFF, JPEG, and PDF data through user-friendly interfaces. The tools are easily installed and run and Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems.
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The ResCarta Tools software empowers users to create non-proprietary digital objects with Library of Congress standard METS, MODS, MIX and AudioMD metadata from existing TIFF, JPEG, PDF and WAV data through user-friendly interfaces. The tools are easily installed and run and Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems.
  
 
For more information about the ResCarta Foundation please visit [http://rescarta.org http://rescarta.org].
 
For more information about the ResCarta Foundation please visit [http://rescarta.org http://rescarta.org].

Latest revision as of 16:57, 9 November 2016

Welcome to the ResCarta Software Wiki, a resource for ResCarta users and developers.

Open Source Digital Preservation Software for Archivists

The ResCarta Foundation provides archivists with a professional grade suite of tools for building, managing, and hosting sustainable, standards based digital archives.

The ResCarta Tools software empowers users to create non-proprietary digital objects with Library of Congress standard METS, MODS, MIX and AudioMD metadata from existing TIFF, JPEG, PDF and WAV data through user-friendly interfaces. The tools are easily installed and run and Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems.

For more information about the ResCarta Foundation please visit http://rescarta.org.

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