Scan Negatives to DVD

 LOCAL - In Denver, conveniently located on 2370 S. Colorado Blvd

 FAST - Many orders completed 24-48 hours. Express service available

 AFFORDABLE - Volume Discounts! Terrific Prices

 SAFE - All work performed on site! Never shipped out of state!

Reborn Audio/Video offers negative to DVD scanning for color, black and white, large format, and most other negative formats.

Negatives to DVD (as well as Photos to DVD and Slides to DVD) have several quality options to choose from depending on your needs. Options include scan quality, resolution, and finish editing.

Consumer level Negative to DVD Scanning

We offer three levels of negative scanning a the consumer level:

  • Economy
  • Keepsake
  • Heirloom

The Economy negative to DVD scan includes Air-Dusting, flatbed scanning, automatic light correction, automatic color correction, cropping and orientation. Economy scans are 1800 dbi.

The Keepsake Negative to DVD scan includes everything that the Economy to DVD scan offers, plus: individual manual editing of each scan for “touch up” of dust and scratches (digital cleaning) as well as manual light and color correction for each image. 3600 is the dpi for our Keepsake to DVD negative scan. This is the most popular of our scans and most useful for projection and printing.

The Heirloom Negative to DVD scan includes everything that the Keepsake to DVD scan offers, plus: hand cleaning of each negative as well as pre-restoration quality dust, scratch, light, and color restoration. This level of scan is for very important family photographs, high quality print images, and preservation of fine artwork photographs and uses a very high, 6400dpi resolution.

Your digital negative to dvd project will be organized according to the folder and naming conventions that you choose.

See See the Negative to DVD pricing Schedule for pricing, corporate pricing, and volume discount information. Also ask us about compiling a slideshow of your memories into an automatic slide show that will play on your DVD player.


Convert miniDV Videotape to Digital

Convert miniDV to mp4, mov, avi

By Jamey Nordby - September 12, 2018

Like everybody else, you want to watch your videos again!

Fortunately, videotape to digital, videotape to dvd, specifically miniDV to Digital are all available and affordable!

This hi quality videocamera tape has superior quality to its predecessors VHS, VHS-C, and HI8. You can expect a very high quality in most cases that can be shared on the cloud via Youtube, Dropbox, etc. You can also use external hard drives and USB sticks depending on your needs. 

Hi quality playback equipment is critical in order to produce the best quality in your digital video. The professional DV player decks are the best options.


miniDV to Digital

videotape to digital is the most flexible option for today's video

By Jamey Nordby - August 1, 2018

MiniDV is a great video format. It is high quality, small format and easily convertible to digital. Digital, as opposed to DVD, gives you the most flexibility to play on multiple computer platforms, backup to hard drives or cloud services, and share easily with friends. 

When it is time to convert miniDV to dgitial - choose a format that works best - and longest.

VHS to Digital overtaking VHS to DVD !

8mm Film to Digital is also growing

By Jamey Nordby - August 1, 2018

5 years ago, nearlyl 90% of videtape conversions were VHS to DVD. Now nearly 50% of all videotape conversions are VHS to Digital

As more and more consumers become comfortable wtih digital tehnology, converting VHS to mp4, quicktime, or AVI is growing rapidly. While DVD's are still popular, digital formats for a computer are 1) editable 2) sharable and 3) easy to backup.

If editing is desired - DVD is NOT the way to go. What is needed is a format that today's video editing programs support. 

If sharing is desired - DVD is NOT the way to go. What is needed is a format that can be shared via dropbox, youtube, email, etc.

If backup is desired - DVD is NOT the way to go. Backup for DVD is simply making more copies. This does not prevent DVD technology from becoming obsolete - you just have more copies of old technology. What is needed is a format that can be included in normal backup and cloud backup systems. 

DVDs are a fading technology. While still useful, DVD will not be here in 50 years. Digital, even if it changes formats, will be around as long as computers are around.