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If you are looking for the best quality Super 8 Film Transfer, 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.
Super 8 Film Transfer
At Video Conversion Experts, we can not only perform the super 8 film transfer, we restore them and put them on DVD, Blu-Ray, HD-AVI or ProRes files. Your Super 8 films are filled with special memories, and now you can have them transferred and restored to the best media formats available today.
We only use archival scratch proof DVDs and Blu-Ray disks, so when you perform a Super 8 film transfer with us, you know that your investment is safe for years to come. With these DVDs, you can play your home movies over and over again without having to worry about wear and tear and loss of image resolution. DVD is also a much more user-friendly format for viewing, making it easier for people to skip around from scene to scene and title to title.
We offer our customers several different transfer packages to choose from. With each package, you receive basics like film repair and cleaning, and DVD extras like titles, chapters and background sound. The packages range from the basic Bronze package to the all-inclusive Pro HD and Pro 2K packages.
If you want to create the best possible DVD version of your Super 8 film transfer, the Pro HD and Pro 2K packages are ideal. When you order the Pro HD package, you get our frame-by-frame scan of your film with our Pro Hollywood Restoration technology. The Pro 2K Package goes one huge leap forward in quality by scanning the film frame by frame at 2K resolution (1556 lines). During the Pro HD and Pro 2K process, we remove surface defects like scratches, as well as correct the color and exposure on each and every frame one at a time.