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If you are looking for the best quality film transfer to DVD, BluRay or editing files, you've found it. We use the world's best professional motion picture film transfer scanners, scanning up to 2K resolution for 8mm, Super 8 and 16mm film and 4K resolution for 35mm film. We've done work for independent film producers, government agencies like NASA and the USGS and about 4 million feet of amateur 8mm and Super 8 film. We aren't interested in high volume, but high quality. That's what sets Video Conversion Experts apart. We offer the highest quality at the lowest price on any apples to apples comparison. The 8mm and Super 8 film transfer services are below. For 16mm and 35mm film transfer services, click here.
Breaking News: We are a company continually researching and developing new technologies to get more quality from your film. We are very proud to offer our brand new Advanced Grain Elimination Technology. It removes 95% of grain and video noise from film to give you a clean, sharp video from your old movies. It is an amazing technology that has been in development for years.
Film has documented many things in our history since it's invention near the turn of the century. Until HD camcorders came out, film was the best and highest quality format for the past 100 years! Since 1980 we've been through Betamax, VHS, 8mm, Hi8, Digital 8 and MiniDV tape. These formats lasted about 15-20 years and yet film outlasted them all by a factor of 5.
Most museums today store film in a near perfect environment and hope to save it for over 150 years. Yes, 150 years. But, your 8mm and Super 8 wont last that long so don't get your hopes up. Amateur film will last about 60 years on average given the way that most consumers will store their film. It's much better than the other formats that have come after it. But, most 8mm and Super 8 film we get in now is near the end of it's life. The average age is about 55 years old. Once 8mm and Super 8 film get to the point where they are curled and warped, they can no longer be transferred. So, getting your 8mm or Super 8 film transferred now is paramount. This is why we offer 4 different ways to transfer 8mm and Super 8 film. We offer an SD, Pro SD, Pro HD and Pro 2K film transfer for your 8mm and Super 8 film.
I'm sure you would agree that you don't want the film to get to a point where it can't be transferred anymore. A 8mm or Super 8 film transfer can be handed down to your children and their children as the first video archive in your family history. Video Conversion Experts offers many different choices and we can even transfer sound film if your Super 8 film has sound.