By Brad Hinkle 4/22/2020
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.
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 and sharp video from your old movies. It is an amazing technology that has been in development for years.
Number the boxes, cans or reels in the best order you can from 1 to X and we'll Follow that order
Produces 50-60% less quality then the film
Produces 20-25% less quality then the film
Scan produces video that is as good as the film
scan produces video that is better then the film
DVD & BluRay
Good for viewing on TV, Not for editing
Good for viewing anywhere and will last longer then DVD/BluRay
AVI, HD-AVI & ProRes
Good for Editing not for Viewing on TV
Professional Editing Only
Fill out the appropriate order form online and print invoice.
*You'll Need to include one copy with the order*
Ship film with order form. we recommend using a fedex or uPS
2-3 day air service
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.
We have two film 8mm to DVD processes that can output to a 1080p BluRay. Our Pro HD and Pro 2K process. Both are state of the art 8mm film scanning machines. The Pro HD scans at 1080p. The Pro 2K at 1556p. I recommend the Pro HD 8mm film to DVD process to get good results. If you are looking for the best transfer of 8mm to DVD, then the Pro 2K can't be beat. In fact, the Pro 2K process is the highest resolution 8mm film scanning in the world. There are only 2 2K 8mm film scanners in the United States.
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.
Our service is the best in the business and so is our customer support. If for any reason you are unsatisfied with our results please contact us to discuss any options. *Quality of film conversion and restoration is dependent upon condition of existing film stock and/or videotape; severely deteriorated original materials may be beyond the reach of even the most sophisticated restoration methods. To learn more, see our exclusive Film Conversion Technology, Slide Transfer Technology, or Video Transfer Technology. Online Video Customer Index.