Movie Film Transfers

What We Do:


We transfer your movie film to DVD using only premuim quality DVD's. We record onto the DVD-R format for maximum compatibility with DVD players.


We clean, lubricate and splice the film (as needed) at no additional charge.


We take every step to condition your film.


Almost all film can be transferred regardless of age.


We return all of your film. Please note that film on small reels may be spliced together and returned on a larger reel.



What you do:


Number cassettes with a felt-tip pen, starting with #1. This will be the cassettes sequence on the DVD.


Call us to get the best price for cassettes to dvd, film & video to DVD, 8mm & super8 transfered to DVD locally for the Columbia, Lexington, Irmo areas

Cassette & 8mm & Super8 transfered to DVD and Reel to Reel to CD

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Reel to Reel Audio Tape

 

We transfer old Reel to reel audio tape to CD.  Also audio cassettes can be transferred to CD

The background noise will be cleaned up as much as possible, at no extra charge.  If you have any questions about the transfer process,  just call Joe at 803 -470-0715

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Cassette to DVD Transfers

What We Do:


We transfer your videotape to DVD using only premium quality DVD's. They are recorded in the  

DVD-R format for maximum compatibility with DVD players.


All straight DVD transfers (no editing)


For best quality we do not transfer more than 120 min. of material onto a DVD.


After converting tape, all videotapes are returned in their original condition.


Tapes recorded in the LP speed (4 hrs.-VHS) on VCR usually are slightly grainier than tapes recorded at SP speed (2 hrs.-VHS). They also sometimes have problems with tracking lines. All attempts to transfer VHS to DVD are made to minimize these lines.


Tapes recorded in the EP or SLP speed (6 to 8 hrs.-VHS) on VCR have more grain. On a VHS conversion, we use the highest quality machines to sharpen the picture.


Several tapes may be put onto 1 DVD


Call for pricing on putting film onto files such as AVI, MPEG, FLV, WMV and Apple MAC Quicktime files MOV.


What you do:


Number cassettes with a felt-tip pen, starting with #1. This will be the cassettes sequence on the DVD.


Call us to get the best price for your project

                                                                                

                                                       

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film & video to DVD

  • Storage of your film can affect the quality, color and condition of your film.
  • Storage in an attic may have subjected the film to extreme heat or cold.
  • Storage in the basement may have subjected the film to extreme humidity.
  • This is why you should not wait to convert 16mm, 8mm and super8 mm to DVD.