Henry Ford Centennial Library

Digitization Lab



12:30 – 7:30 p.m.


10:00 – 5:00 p.m.


10:00 – 5:00 p.m.

What is the D-Lab?

The D-Lab is the Dearborn Library’s digitization lab. It’s purpose is to take old forms of media such as home movies or printed pictures and digitize them for safekeeping.

We can help with:

  • Image conversion (photographs, slides, negatives, prints) to digital image formats
  • Audio conversion (audio cassettes, vinyl records) to digital audio formats
  • Video conversion (VHS, VHS-C, DVD) to digital video formats

Bring in your original media as well as digital storage media (flash drive, DVDs, etc). DVDs and flash drives will be available for purchase at the checkout desk.

The D Lab is located on the third floor of the Henry Ford Centennial Library. Call 313-943-2330, option 4 to reserve a time.

You will need a Dearborn library card in good standing.

Keep in Mind

Dearborn Public Library will not be responsible for any damages to materials or errors in conversions, and are not liable for any copyright infringement. Each patron assumes all responsibility for observing copyright restrictions and other laws when using equipment in the Library. The Library reserves the right to refuse any request for conversion services where the Library or any staff member feels a violation of the law may occur as a result of conversion.

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