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Super 8 Film Transfer - Super 8 Film to DVD - Transfer Super 8 Film to DVD Pine Bluff

Best Super 8 Film Transfer in Pine Bluff

Breaking News: We are a company continually researching and developing new technologies to get more quality from your film. We are very proud to offer our brand new Advanced Grain Elimination Technology. It removes 95% of grain and video noise from film to give you a clean, sharp video from your old movies. It is an amazing technology that has been in development for years.

We specialize in Super 8 film transfers to DVD, BluRay and other digital formats for the citizens in. You won't find any company scanning Super 8 film at 2K (1556) lines of resolution. So, If you are looking for the best Super 8 film to DVD company, you've found it. We use the world's best professional motion picture film scanners and Datacine machines for your Super 8 film. Our band new 2K Super 8 film transfer machine is showing a detail level never seen before on Super 8 film. Other labs are ordering our 2K scan for documentaries and other professional projects. With 4K TVs around the corner there is never a better time to convert your Super 8 to DVD, BluRay or digital video files. Because most Super 8 film is over 45 years old, there is only a few years left before they will be too warped or damaged to scan. Now is the time if you want to save those Super 8 family memories.

Time is critical. We can still transfer Super 8 film to DVD from the 1960's to 1970's to high quality digital formats. The time has come to preserve your family history. There is no better time. This is an excellent opportunity to pass your precious memories to your family's newest generation. But hurry — this sale ends

Super 8 Film Transfer Services in Pine Bluff

 

 

1Scanning per foot cost includes scanning only. This does not include the cost of the output format(s) like DVD.
2The example Pro 2K and Pro 4K picture includes optional color correction.

Best Super 8 Film Transfer Equipment

As easy as transferring Super 8 film to DVD seems, it is not. There are many factors that make it difficult to achieve a good quality conversion from Super 8 film to digital video. There is the resolution of the film. Super 8 film has between 800 to 1000 lines of resolution. So, your Super 8 film must be scanned at 1080 lines at a minimum to get 100% of the Super 8 film resolution. The device or sensor being used will also determine the overall quality of the Super 8 film transfer. The better the sensor, the better the scan quality. The ability to restore either original film recording issues or issues from degradation over the decades will also contribute to the overall Super 8 film to DVD quality. Lastly, the format you put the Super 8 conversion on will contribute to the overall quality of the Super 8 film to video conversion.

Satisfaction Guarantee

100% Satisfaction And Quality Guarantee. Our film to DVD service is the best in the business. So is our customer support. Please contact us if you have any issues or questions concerning your order. We will do what ever is possible to satisfy each and every customer. *Quality of film transfer (for example 8mm film to DVD, Super 8 to DVD, etc.) and restoration is dependent upon condition of existing film stock; severely deteriorated original materials may be beyond the reach of even the most sophisticated restoration methods. To learn more, see our Super 8 and Super 8 Pro Hollywood Restoration.

Pine Bluff Fun Facts: Pine Bluff, Arkansas, in Jefferson county, is 128 miles SW of Memphis, Tennessee. The city contains a population of approximately 55,085. Pine Bluff, Arkansas, in Jefferson county, is 128 miles SW of Memphis, Tennessee. The city contains a population of approximately 55,085.

Arkansas Fun Facts: Today Arkansas ranks 27th among the 50 states in area, but, except for Louisiana and Hawaii, it is the smallest state west of the Mississippi River. Its neighbors are Missouri to the north, Tennessee and Mississippi to the east, Louisiana to the south, Texas to the southwest and Oklahoma to the west. The name Arkansas was used by the early French explorers to refer to the Quapaw people—a prominent indigenous group in the area—and to the river along which they settled. The term was likely a corruption of akansea, the word applied to the Quapaw by another local indigenous community, the Illinois.