8mm Transfer Service Details
Here is a great tip on how you can tell how much your order will cost depending on how long your 8mm film reel is: The process for our film transfer is done by a true frame by frame transfer which scans each individual frame of film one by one. This process ensures that you receive a higher quality transfer and that you will not loose anything in the transfer.
Once the frame by frame capture is complete, we will transfer your video to your choice of either: Blu-Ray, Gold DVD, DVD or digital files. Gold DVDs are a great way to protect your precious movies as they are rated to last 100 years. You can take your digitized footage as an uncompressed mp4, AVI or MOV file on a hard drive for editing at home or we can master a DVD for you that will play on your DVD player. Need help deciding if you want a disc or digital files? Then read our blog.
8mm Film was originally developed by the Eastman Kodak company and released to the general public in 1932 for home movie enthusiasts. 8mm Film was created as a cheaper format compared to the 16mm film; Much like 35mm film was created for home use compared to the large format negatives.
Click here to read about the benefits of our film transfer process. Leave A Legacy sets itself apart by not only allowing you to edit your video in studio but also can give you the raw files so that you can edit it with editing software on your home computer.