When video tapes are shorter than 2 hours in length we can sometimes fit more than one video on to one DVD. Most clients choose to have their videos “combined” in this way in order to save money and space.
We consider it a straight transfer when we transfer directly from a video tape to a disc. This process does not allow editing of your video but is the least expensive option.
How to run an 8mm film viewer, what it was used for and different types.
Rent this computer monitor projector to connect to your computer and project what is playing on your computer screen to wall or a large screen. Please call to reserve this projector.
Once you have your film transferred most people choose to have us create a playable DVD. This is the charge for creating the original disk with all of your films put together one after the other. We can fit about 1800 feet of film on to one DVD.
This will help you figure out how much memory you will need on your external hard drive if you would like us to add your raw video files to it so that you can work on them on your home computer.
All about how to figure the footage of your old films (8mm, super 8, regular 8, and 16 mm).