So you have some films or videos clogging up your storage area and you’d like to both get rid of the clutter and also be able to actually see them again. With the ever changing digital era you may ask, “what should be done with them”; “should I get a DVD or something else?” Leave …
Good day to you all from Leave A Legacy! The new year is in full effect, what are you waiting for!? It’s time that you brought in your old media to have it transferred to a modern format! Today, we would like to blog about film transfers and tape transfers! Things like 8mm film, 16mm …
If you don’t know already, we are currently running the Fall Film Fest Special for all 8mm and 16mm sized film! Please visit our website or stop by a store for more details!
When you want to add an additional source (like another tape) to an edited transfer this is the rate we charge for each hour or partial hour we add from each additional tape.
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.
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.
A creative modern 8mm film creation from a student at the Denver film school. This was a project for class that we transferred to DVD with some royalty free music.
How bad does your 8mm and 16mm film look? We are transferring 12 reels of film like this (after we clean it, of course). We are up to your next memory preserving challenge!