Printing pictures from movie film

Merging Movie film with still frames for Printing: One of the more interesting features of our film transfer process is the frame by frame capture technology. Every single frame of film is captured one by one. This has been around for a while, but in more recent...

Our Fast Paced World

Life in 2017, is a life of immediacy.  We live in a fast paced, digital world.  It is not unreasonable for an employer to expect a project back, within a few hours, that used to take a few weeks.  With the introduction of new and powerful computers/tablets and various...

Differences between regular 8mm film and Super 8 film

Differences between regular 8mm film and Super 8 film are subtle but important.  When it comes to transferring 8mm film, our process is identical.  The film itself is made out of the same materials and is both 8mm’s wide. The sprocket holes, frame size and distance...

Video Transfer from Hi8 and digital 8

Hi8, 8mm video and Digital 8 are all video camcorder tapes that are from the consumer market that date back to the 1980s and 1990s.  By the year 2000 or close, most hi8 and 8mm cameras were no longer being manufactured.  Newer Digital 8 cameras were being manufactured...

Making Highlight Videos with Smart Phones

With the existence of smart phones, people have been able to record videos easier than ever before. It’s as easy as taking your phone out of your pocket or purse and hitting record. Sometimes circumstances come up that prevent family and friends from being able to...