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If you are looking for the best quality Film To DVD Conversion, you've found it. We use the world's best professional motion picture film scanners and Datacine machines for your 8mm, Super 8, 16mm and 35mm film. Damaged sprocket holes? Shrunk film? No problem. These professional film scanners are roller based so they don't use the sprocket holes and have laser frame alignment to get 100% of the frame no matter how shrunk it is. If you have 16mm or 35mm film click here.
Film To DVD Conversion
When you do a film to DVD conversion, the images must be converted from film to video. This process involves converting film, which is shot at anywhere from 16 frames per second to 24 frames per second, to video which is shot at 29.97 frames per second. One way to determine the effectiveness of the conversion process is to take a look at motion rates on your final DVD.
When go through a film to DVD conversion by a qualified professional, the motion looks natural. You can always tell when a film has been converted to video using an inferior process. The motion looks unnatural, stilted, and even incomplete. When you consider how much the conversion process costs, it makes sense to work with a company with a proven track record for excellence.
When it comes to a film to DVD conversion, Video Conversion Experts is the best in the business. Unlike many of the other companies, Video Conversion Experts offers a money back guarantee on all work performed. In addition to providing the best possible service, we at Video Conversion Experts back up all our work on a digital format for 30 days after your film conversion is complete.
Video Conversion Experts takes your film and captures it to a digital format. Once the film is captured, it is converted to a video format. After the conversion process, you can elect to have your film restored using Hollywood Restoration technology. This technology is available in the Pro HD transfer package from Video Conversion Experts. After the restoration process, a new medium is created. Most customers prefer to have their films transferred to DVD for viewing convenience. However, many customers also have their films transferred to data files for editing purposes.