Can you remember when the Super 8 video cameras were the only way to take home movies? Large, loud and inconvenient, they did not make the best quality films either. While video cameras have advanced and become so small that most of us have them on our cell phones that does not do anything to improve the old movies we have lying around. Those films are blurry, out of focus and have light and sound issues which can only be fixed by converting the films to another format.
8mm to DVD conversion is really the only way to improve the quality of those old films and make sure that they are preserved in a digital format for future generations. 8mm film transfer allows the old movies to be put on handy DVD’s instead of large rolls of film that require a projector. 8mm to DVD conversion is an affordable way to preserve old memories and childhood home movies.
All those boxes of old 8mm films that are gathering dust in the attic may be priceless family memories but without a projector no one can see them. Now you can stop shuffling those boxes around and debating what to do with them. Technology helps you share those old family memories with younger generations through 8mm conversion. Even if you have a projector, the hassle of setting up and running it, then seeing the poor quality of the films will decrease the wonder of them.
The 8mm conversion process will improve the quality of your old films and transfer them to a more modern DVD format. No longer will your old home movies take up a ton of storage space and no longer will you have to wonder if you will be able to find projector to play them. 8mm film transfer is safe and will make your old movies much clearer and brighter when they are viewed from DVD. Now your children can watch family videos from when your grandparents were children.
Do you remember being a child and being forced to sit with the family and watch old family films on the ancient projector that clicked and took forever? Do you remember when the images were all blurry and distorted jumping around on the projector screen and the sound that made it seem as if people were underwater? Have you thought about making your kids sit through that same torture just to share some family memories with them? Luckily you do not have to do this any longer! Well, you can still make them watch, but first have 8mm film transfer done on your old film so that it is not such an ordeal.
That’s right; you can convert 8mm film to DVD and improve the quality and the viewing experience of those old family films. 8mm film transfer is a process that can improve the focus, lighting and sound quality of your old films for generations more to enjoy. Consider just how amazing it will be for the kids 30 years from now to be able to watch your grandparents as children!
One of the things that many families hold on to for future generations is wedding films. There is nothing like watching your grandparents say “I do”. For many young brides it is a tradition to receive the family wedding gown and watch the film of her grandparent’s wedding. There are not many times when the younger generation gets to see their grandparents, aunts and uncles as youngsters themselves.
8mm conversion is a technology that makes it possible to transfer 8mm film to DVD. Not only does this preserve those precious family memories, the digital process can actually improve the quality of the film. Clearer focus, no jumpy frames and adjusted lighting can make the older generation look even younger and more radiant on their special day. When you choose to get 8mm conversion you are preserving memories and improving them for future generations. Your original film will also be backed up and kept in case you need more DVDs in the future.
Even if you still have a projector and a collection of old Super 8 home movies to watch when the family gets together you are probably aware that the quality of those old movies is not great. Not to mention the hassle of hooking up a projector to watch them. Wouldn’t it be nice to see those films in digital format, with even lighting, clear focus and have the ease of slipping a disc into your DVD player? With 8mm to DVD conversion you can do this all with ease.
8mm to DVD conversions take those low quality old films that have been in the family for a few generations and converts them to digital quality DVDs while improving the quality and sound as well as the lighting and focus. Film to DVD transfer is a popular service these days. With the advances that have been made in technology you are able to enjoy your parents’ or grandparents’ home videos in the comfort of your home with the convenience of the DVD player.
Are you tired of moving that box of 8mm films every time you clean the attic, basement, or garage? Wouldn’t you love it if there was a way to do an 8mm conversion so that your film could be put on DVD while also being safely stored out of your way? The solution might be easier than you think.
People have tried to do an 8mm conversion on their own at home and they usually end up with a worse copy than they started with. We have perfected the process into a simple procedure and we have decided to pass that on to you. In fact, all you basically have to do it fill out the order form and send it in. We have made ordering and pricing so easy and affordable that you will wonder what took you so long to decide to do it. We will not only mail you a copy of the DVD, we will also store a copy in case you decide you need an extra later on!
If you have a relative who still does not have the most up to date technology, you may be able to help them out. Some people refuse to purchase a DVD player because they are stuck on VHS. They may take some time to persuade and you may have just the tools to do it without even realizing that you have them.
If your loved ones will allow you to take their 8mm films that they have and convert them, they will soon be appreciating a DVD masterpiece of memories. When we convert 8mm film to DVD, the image may even be clearer than it originally was before the conversion. On top of that, more of each scene can be viewed because no part of it will be outside the viewing area. This one small thing could be what convinces your relative to look into advances in technology. Now if you could only get him or her convinced to get a cell phone!
Every now and then you probably look on in amazement at your child. You remember when he or she was still crying your name from a crib, or laughing gleefully as they took their first bike ride. Those memories are not as sharp as they used to be, but they are still there. You probably have memories of your own childhood that you would like to make clearer. Maybe you even want to share them with your family. Now you can do just that when you convert 8mm film.
Even though 8mm film is a thing of the past, you can convert 8mm film to DVD so that current and future generations can enjoy it. You get your copy back on a DVD, but we also save a copy so that you can order extras anytime you want to. Our easy ordering process makes converting your 8mm film to DVD as easy as can be.
We have all seen those old 8mm films, with their slightly out of focus images, bright spots and dark shadows. While 8mm was an amazing new thing when it was introduced, video cameras and film have come a long way over the years. Heck, these days it’s likely that your cell phone takes better quality video than a Super 8.
If you have a collection of old 8mm film that you would like to see modernized and improved you can have a film to DVD transfer. Not only would those memories be preserved and compiled neatly onto small compact discs, but the quality of the films would be digitally improved.
Clear focus, adjusted lighting and sound filtering to get rid of the annoying 8mm shuffle sound will make your family memories something to treasure for generations to come. Film to DVD transfer is a great way to improve the quality of your family home movies while clearing out the clutter in your attic!
Of all the things you have to do on your current to-do list, you might have trouble prioritizing what to do first. For some, the priorities come down to the cost of the task. What if you knew you could complete one of your tasks for less than fifty dollars?
Our method of pricing to transfer 8mm film to DVD is very simple. We charge by the foot and in some cases you do not even pay for the whole reel because part of it is blank. It could cost you less than ten dollars to transfer 8mm film to DVD. The longer the film is, the less we charge per foot, so a 400 foot reel of film would cost you less than fifty dollars. You do not just get the DVD either. We save a copy in our archive so that in the future you can order more copies if you need them.