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Cine Film -Super 8mm & Standard 8mm film transferred to DVD
All video conversions to QT, WMV, AVI, DivX, H264, MPEG2 file formats
We can edit, add titles, add music tracks to your existing videos
We can transfer your classic pre-recorded VHS tapes to DVD
Audio cassettes, vinyl records, reel-to-reel all transferred to CD or a file format
35mm slides, negatives and photographs scanned to a file format or slide show
We can fix your snapped or broken video tapes
VHS, VHS-c, S-VHS,Video8, Hi8, Digital 8, Betamax, Mini DV transferred to DVD
We can transfer allyour movies and pictures from your phone
Memory cards, SD cards, CF cards, mobile phone cards all transferred to DVD
Your video tapes and old cine films will deteriorate over time, and your old VHS players and projectors are becoming extinct! If you have old videos tapes and cine film of weddings, birthdays and anniversaries, holidays, films lying around the house, tucked away on the loft or spare room, send them to us and let our technicians transfer such precious memories onto DVD so they can last longer, and you can enjoy them for years to come!
We use the latest digital recorders, software and computers to capture your footage. We scan your Super 8 mm and 8 mm cine films frame by frame for the very best image quality and your video tapes we use the latest software and recorder so you get the best possible quality.
We also offer a bespoke service so if you need us to edit your cine film or video, add titles, music we will be happy to quote you on this too. Transfer your old family cine film and home videos to DVD and make a brilliant gift for Christmas, birthdays or anniversary.
We not only transfer old video tapes and cine film films onto DVD, but we can also transfer your digital files and video files onto DVD. This is a great way to preserve memorable digital images taken from yoursmartphones and iphones.
If you have old video tapes, cine films, memory cards, photographs - then talk to us about transferring them to DVD.
Preserve your tapes today - tomorrow maybe too late!