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Your family and friends would pay full admission price for the chance to see all your old film reels that have been rolling around all these years. No, Spielberg, not on that bed sheet you hung from the ceiling, and certainly not on one of those old projectors. Those days are long gone. Haven’t you heard? Projectors eat films for dinner, and melt them like s’mores for dessert.
You need to transfer your old films and film reels to a more practical realm by converting them to digital right away. This isn’t a question of artistic choice. This is a matter of survival. Your film may be in the can, but that may well be its final resting place if you don’t get off of your can and do something to halt the fading and degrading that is going on. Pretty soon you will find your Pulp Fiction is just pulp. The good news is that old family films and homemade reels are more popular than ever, but it’s only because they are being safely shown, stored, and shared in digital formats online and in the home.
You’ve probably spent more money on movie popcorn than it would cost to digitize your film stock, and we’ve got your bases covered. We can convert any film format you’ve got. Go ahead, try us. We digitize every consumer format of film created in our studios every day. That includes 8mm, Super 8, and 16mm. We’ve digitized film shot as far back as the 1930s and as recent as present day.
We offer professional digitizing, splice-repair, flicker removal, premium mastering, and we will deliver the final product to you on premium mastered DVDs. Frank Capra never had it so good. We utilize a frame-by-frame capture method, ensuring smooth playback of your home movie reels. Our capture method records every bit of data in every frame of film. An average order has 75,000 captured frames. No sweat. No heat at all, actually. Our film capture process uses filament-less lighting, meaning that it runs cool and is in no danger of burning through your celluloid. We’ve invested in the same equipment used by the Motion Picture Academy in Hollywood, so sit back in your director’s chair. We’ll keep in touch the whole time, and return all your reels when the process is finished.
Don’t be lazy, Scorsese. This is going to be easy. Cut, wrap, and print.