CONVERTING MOVIE FILM TO DVD
There is nothing like watching your old movie film on DVD. It brings back a rush of memories, tears, and laughs. Movie film definitely has its place in history as the best video format of the 20th century. Nothing has come close. But, movie film doesn’t last forever. It does outlast any other format but it does need to be scanned professionally and moved onto another format before it can’t be scanned anymore.
Video Conversion Experts offers a wide variety of options to convert your movie film to DVD. We have our budget SD process, our professional Pro SD, our Pro HD, and the best process in the USA, the Pro 2K. The processes below are for 8mm and super 8 movie film to DVD.
Video Conversion Experts specialize in restoring movie film to DVD. We not only scan the film with high-resolution scanners, but we also restore each frame for color, exposure, grain, and scratches. You won’t find a better film transfer process in the USA. In fact, most of our machines are strictly professional and are used for independent and Hollywood movies. So, you are getting the best of the best available.
Video Conversion Experts offers various levels of movie film to DVD services to meet everyone’s needs. Our SD process is similar to what other film transfer companies are using today. The first process to offer better quality is our Pro SD process. It scans each frame one by one. The Pro HD process builds on this by adding film restoration. The restoration is done by a machine that was used for restoring Pro Hollywood films. The Pro 2K is the ultimate process because it scans each frame at 2K resolution (1556 lines, 50% higher than the Pro HD process) and includes restoration as well.
Transferring your movie film to DVD is one of the most important things you can do to archive your family history for generations to come. Our DVDs are professional archival quality that is 100 times less likely to scratch and will last a minimum of 50 years. We not only transfer movie film to DVD but can transfer your film to master formats like AVI, HD-AVI, ProRes, and the ultimate format DPX so you can edit the footage and put your own personal touch on the DVD.