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Film to DVD - Keys to a Successful Conversion to DVD/Digital

Your priceless film must be cared for properly and the transfer done with the correct process in order for your reborn home movies to be their very best. 

  1. Insist on the very finest equipment! Today’s technology includes custom made machines that:? 
    A) Do not use the delicate sprockets on your film – insist on Zero Image Contact area. No sprockets, claws, or pinch rollers should touch your film – to prevent damage by design. Aging, brittle film, is very delicate and must be treated with the utmost care. 
    B)  They are designed to be used for professional film to DVD projects – not just home use.
    C) Automatic exposure adjustment is included in every scan.
    D) Today, solid state capture equipment insures that you get the highest quality film transfer possible.
     
  2. Every frame of every reel in a film to DVD project must be thoroughly cleaned. This requires microfiber cleaning cloths and antistatic cleaner designed specifically for 8mm Film to DVD and 16mm Film to DVD projects.
     
  3. When converting Film to DVD, every frame must be captured – not a percentage of them. Furthermore, each frame needs to be scanned for the best quality, not projected into another camera. Don’t be fooled by projector-based capture when every frame is needed for a true transfer from film to digital.
     
  4. Most film color fades over time. Moreover, not every film was originally taken with the best lighting and exposure. Insist on color and exposure correction to be included in the price that you pay. This includes both capture-based and post capture editing correction for back lighting and color. 
     
  5. Leader and unexposed film at the beginning and end of each reel (every 50 feet for 8mm Film to DVD and every 100 feet for 16mm Film to DVD), needs to be removed electronically after the scan so that you have the cleanest version possible of your final project. 
     
  6. Your film deserves basic custom menus and scenes included in the basic price for that professional transfer look and feel. You may also want the option of creating custom menus for your project. 
     
  7. Depending on your needs, you need the choice between SD and DH video.

  

8mm Film to DVD 
Reborn Audio Video supports the transfer of 8mm Film to DVD.

16mm Film to DVD
Reborn Audio Video supports the transfer of 16mm Film to DVD.

Super 8 Film to DVD
Reborn Audio Video supports the transfer of Super 8 Film to DVD.

How much does it cost to transfer Film to DVD?

  1. Call (720 204-5464) for a personal quote today (including volume discounts) 
  2. Just drop by our store.
  3. Click here to see the Film to DVD Pricing Schedule.

8mm Film to DVD

Capturing Every Frame Makes all the Difference

By Jamey Nordby - January 6, 2018

Whether you convert 8mm Film to DVD or choose 8mm Film to Digital if you wish to preserve your memories, it is important to have a backup strategy. 

There are several choices to confidently backup your digital investment:
  1. If you watch video on DVD, be sure to get a 2nd copy. Once the conversion work is done, the copies are cheap. Watch one copy, and save the other in a safe place.
  2. If you watch your video via digital files on computer, apple TV, etc. then keep multiple copies. Separate external hard drives, USB drives, multiple computers, and Cloud are all good backup methods.
The investment in Film to DVD or Film to Digital conversion is significant. Backing up your investment is very cheap insurance.

The same is true, of course for 16mm Film to DVD and 16mm Film to Digital, as well as VHS to DVD and VHS to Digital.
 
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Edit 8mm to Digital, 8mm to DVD Conversion

Convert 8mm film and edit your custom video

By Jamey Nordby - October 1, 2016

Taking those old films and converting them from 8mm film to digital or 8mm film to DVD is not straightforward if you desire to edit the final video before showing to your friends and family.

The most common mistake is that people choose DVD, assuming that they can edit it later - not very easily. First, DVD is a compressed format, lowering resolution and quality. So, if you wish to edit yoru fim later, then 8mm Film to Quicktime, .mp4 or .avi is a much better choice. The tools available and the quality of the video is much higher when these formats are used.

You can also choose a custom edit, where an editor sits with you to create the perfect final video for family, friends, and events.
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VHS to DVD for Christmas

It is not too early to convert Videocassette to DVD! Don't wait until it is too late.

By Jamey Nordby - September 9, 2016

That's right!

It is not too early to start your VHS to DVD conversion project now. If you wait until Thanksgiving, if there is still time, it could cost more to guarantee a Christmas delivery!

Want to organize your project. It is very simple: Start by numbering your project in the order you want it (Sharpie on the VHS, miniDV, slide, etc). Then, determine if these can be combined onto a single DVD (If it fits). do the same for 8mm Film to DVD, as well as Scan Slides (number the carousel).

Hint: Combining video onto fewer disc now can save money for copies in the future!

 
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