8mm film dates back to the 1930s and Super8 began in the 1960s. In years past, film was the only way to capture video.
While not impossible, nowadays it is certainly a challenge to view old film reels with 40+ year old projection systems. It’s also extremely dangerous for your film. At Rewind Memories, we have the technology to convert these precious memories to a digital format.
All of your film is transferred in-house at our studio by our trained technicians. Our pricing includes a flicker-free transfer, frame by frame matching, brightness and color contrast correction and your personalized set of DVDs.
So…grab the family, the popcorn, and enjoy a hassle free evening viewing these treasured classics.
Determine the amount of film you have. This can be done by measuring the diameter of your film reel.
Typical film sizes are 3 inches, 5 inches, and 7 inches.
3 inches will contain 50 feet, 5 inches will contain 200 feet, and 7 inches will contain 400 feet.
A few commonly asked questions are featured below. Should you have more, please call or email us.
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Below are a few commonly asked questions about our film to DVD conversion service.
We can fit approximately 1800-2000 feet onto one DVD.
Absolutely. Basic brightness and color contrast correction is included in the price.
Absolutely not. All of our work is completed in-house by our trained staff.
Our most popular request is for a professional grade .mp4 file format. We can accommodate other formats. You have the option of film to DVD, a data file included on a DVD or both.