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What Is High Def ?

High Def (HD)  – 1920x1080 – refers to the size of the image which is 1920 pixels in length and 1080 pixels in height to accommodate today’s televisions.  Prior to 2007 all camcorders captured video in Standard Def (SD) – 720 x 480.  We have the technology to transfer SD to HD which allows for [...]

What if I’ve already had my film transferred?

Usually we prefer using the original because it will transfer at a higher quality with our high tech equipment.  If you still have the original 8/16/35mm film we recommend that you send us both versions. Once we review them, we'll call you to discuss your options.

What formats can be converted?

Videotapes: VHS, S-VHS, VHS-C, Betamax, Betacam SP, ¾”, DVCAM, DVCPRO, Hi-8, D-8, Reg8, MiniDV, MiniDVD, SDCard, Cell phone videos Film: 8mm, Super-8mm, 16 mm & 35mm Photos/Slides: Up to 8” x 10” print (photos & documents), negatives & 35mm slides Audio: Audio and Micro Cassettes, LP & 45 records

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