Transfer Films To
If you are looking for the best quality transfer of film to DVD, 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.
Transfer Film To DVD
One of the best ways to preserve your old films is to transfer them to DVD. At Video Conversion Experts, we specialize in transferring and restoring film dating all the way back to the 1930s. Before the video revolution, many families used film cameras to capture their precious memories. Some people prefer the look of film to this day.
One of the main reasons to transfer film to DVD is convenience. In this fast-paced world, many of us find it difficult to make time in our busy schedules to sit down with the family and watch old movies. When you watch a movie on DVD, you can pause it, start in the middle of the footage, and turn the footage on or off any time you please. In addition to home movies, many people transfer old film for anniversary presents, special presentations, retirement parties, and for remembering loved ones who have passed on.
If you want to transfer your film to DVD, you might also consider restoring the footage. During the transfer process, the professionals at Video Conversion Experts can get in there and remove graininess, restore color quality, and address scratches on the surface of the film. If your film isn't too damaged, we can restore it to its original condition or better.
In the past, many people tried to transfer film to DVD by projecting them on the wall, and using a video camera to record the images. This method led to distorted images and second generation final products. Today, you have a much better alternative! In just a few days, your film is transferred, restored, and sent back to you in an easy-to-view DVD format.