transferring 8mm to dvd
Transferring 8mm to DVD and looking for the best quality? You've found it! We use the world's best and most expensive professional motion picture film scanners 8mm film. Some 8mm film will have damaged sprocket holes. No worries, our professional 8mm film to DVD machines are roller based and don't use the sprocket holes to move the film through. So, transferring your 8mm to DVD has never been easier. In fact, our online ordering and billing system makes transferring your 8mm to DVD a breeze.
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*This includes scanning and any color correction that comes with the process. This does not include the cost of the output format(s) like DVD
Transferring your 8mm to DVD has never been easier, more affordable and with the quality of or exceeding the 8mm film. That not an easy task. If you've ever seen a 8mm to VHS conversion you know that the film looked at lot better than what you saw on VHS. Well, it's true. VHS only has 240 lines of resolution. Your film has 800 to 1000 lines of resolution. So, that's why your film looks so much more clear on the projector than on the VHS tape. Transferring your 8mm to DVD is better but DVD is only 480 lines. So, it will look twice as good as the transfer of 8mm to VHS, but still wont look as good as the film. The only way to get something that looks as good as the film is to transfer 8mm to BluRay. BluRay is 1080 lines so it would have 100% of the resolution and clarity compared to your 8mm film.
So, you have many choices when transferring 8mm to DVD. Look over the information above, ask questions and figure out which 8mm film to DVD process and format would be best for you and your family. After all, you only want to do this once and do it right.