Try it with your image!
Test our hosting infrastructure with your JPEG or TIFF image completely for free:
How it works?
1. Upload your images
2. Server process them
3. Zoomable images are online
in a responsive image service
Once your image is online, thanks to iiif standard you can benefit
from various external online tools.
Here are several recommendations from us:
Images from many online sources can be easily loaded and compared to each other in research tools for digital humanities such as Mirador.
Web publishing for archives can be done with Omeka, where the administration, with possibilities to add metadata to your images is available.
Geographical location can be easily added to any map with Georeferencer mapping platform.
T‑PEN can attach transcription data to the actual lines of the original image document in a simple, flexible interface. More information available at http://t-pen.org/TPEN/.
IIIF from images in Google Drive
Google Drive meets IIIF: click on JPEG or TIFF files in Drive and get a IIIF viewer. Double click on a JPEG or TIFF in your Google Drive and get IIIF! Digital humanities students using Chromebooks? Turn a JPEG or TIFF on your drive into IIIF and use it in Mirador or other tools!
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Metadata via IIIF Presentation API
The institutions often prefer to implement a basic export of the metadata required for the IIIF Presentation API on their existing websites or online catalogs.
The image services provided by IIIFHosting can be easily referenced from the exported Manifest as a link. Manifest is a textual document with a title, author, document structure, copyright information and link to an image service. It should be available on a permanent URL of the institution, in the JSON format.
Omeka IIIF modules
For serving the IIIF Presentation API we recommend an open-source system Omeka S. The free publication system designed to create websites for GLAM collections is easy to install on a standard web hosting. It comes with a web interface for cataloging, many visual templates, and modules extending the functionality further. Via native Linked Open Data (LOD) export - your content will be available for the semantic web.
Integration with IIIF is available as a module - and perfectly integrates with above-mentioned services. We would be glad to assist you.
Storage capacity that perfectly fits to your project.