The collection contains a total of 62 video tapes, 40 tapes in VHS format and 22 in Hi8 format. The software used to digitise the video was Matrox Axio LE (2013-2014) and Adobe Premier Pro CS3 (2013-2014), and a Matrox Mojito Max (2016) capture card with Adobe Premiere Pro CC (2016) software. The VHS videos have been reproduced with an S-VHS JVC HR-S6700 video recorder, while for the reproduction of the Hi8 tapes, the original camera with which the tapes were recorded was used, a Sony Handycam model CCD- TR101, which was sent from Majuro to facilitate digitisation. The video files have the following characteristics.
In terms of the state of conservation, the tapes in VHS format were in perfect condition but the Hi8 tapes arrived with a certain degree of deterioration, probably due to the high humidity of the region. This deterioration has manifested itself in the formation of mould and in the degradation of the binder by hydrolysis, known as Sticky Shed Syndrome, which has caused, in some cases, the tape to break during rewinding. Even so, most have been able to be digitised.