to Photo-60 located
in Woodbridge, Virginia, your source for 16mm, 8mm to DVD and video conversion. We're proud to offer you the
best solution to preserve and relive your memories. With
our 8mm to DVD video transfer process, we can convert your
old 8mm film, Super 8mm, 16mm film, camcorder tapes, and
VHS into a convenient DVD that will play in your home player. We have been transferring 8mm to DVD and 16mm to DVD for customers in DC, Maryland and Virginia for over 10 years. Also, with our High End Pro Scanner we can preserve your
35mm negatives and slides to DVD or CD. Once on CD or DVD
you can easily Organize, View, or E-mail your images. NEW** Now relive your 16mm movie films in stunning 1080P High Definition quality.
The home movies to DVD transfer process
does not damage your 8mm to DVD, Super-8 film, 16mm film, camcorder tapes, VHS
tapes, 35mm slides or negatives in anyway. You will receive your originals
back, along with your video or image content preserved on either DVD or CD. 16mm film transferred in HIGH DEFINITION NOW. IN STUNNING 1080P.
If you have any questions about 16mm high definition and 8mm to dvd feel free to
call the toll free number 1-800-683-8171or ask
the owner email@example.com. We'll walk you through
the home movie to DVD and VHS ordering processes. You can send in as many film
reels, slides, and tapes as you'd like! We do not limit our customers. Most
orders are processed within 10 working days. Please fill out the Photo-60 order form for video services and ship the orders to our new address starting June 4th 2012 to 2602 Morse Lane Woodbridge VA 22192. We will complete your
order and ship the finished product with the originals back. Please allow 2 to 3 weeks for completion of orders. Customers located in DC, Maryland and Virginia can also drop off their 8mm and 16mm to DVD orders to our retail location. For customers located in DC, Maryland and Virginia please drop off your 8mm to DVD and 16mm to DVD to the following address. 2602 Morse Lane Woodbridge VA 22192.
proud to introduce the newest addition to our 8mm to DVD telecine services.
The DV8 Pro, featuring unique PulseGate Technology, was designed
and fabricated for our shop to create super 8 and regular 8mm to DVD
transfers that offer the breathtaking clarity that can only come
from frame by frame scanning. Every super 8mm to DVD or regular 8mm
frame of your footage is individually scanned directly to the
3-CCD, 700+ line broadcast imaging camera. The gate on the DV8
Pro is enlarged to give us access to 100% of the film frame and
our unique, super bright, cool LED light source provides rich,
vibrant colors with zero hot spot and no chance of burning film.
Frame by frame scanning means your transfers are 100% flicker
free, crystal clear and razor sharp from corner to corner. The 8mm to DVD sprocketless drive assures no film damage to your priceless footage.
The Sniper is computer swift and machine accurate, resulting
in an image that can only be surpassed by top end Rank transfer
houses that cost many times more.
Submitting Movie Film to Photo-60 8mm to DVD
Number your reels
in the order you want them to appear. You can get up to 1800 feet
of 8mm or super 8 movie film and up to 3600 feet of 16mm movie
film onto a 2 hour DVD or 2 hour VHS tape. Super 8 and 16mm sound
film is transferred with sound. All film is monitored during the
transfer process and leaders and blank spots are edited out. All
film is run on our system one time returned to you in it's original
How the Process Works and What You Will Receive Back
• All 8mm and 16mm film will be cleaned for dust that has accumualted onto the surface of the film and any bad splices will be corrected. We can't clean any dust or scratches that are embedded into the emulsion of the film.
• Once the 8mm and 16mm movie film is cleaned we will start the capturing process. Our system will be color balanced before transfer and auto exposure will maintain average uniform exposure. Most transfers have color and brightness that can be enjoyed "as is". All 8mm and 16mm will be captured Frame by Frame as AVI files in either Standard Defintion (SD) or High Defintion (HD) files. AVI file has less compression and allows each frame to exist on its own without having to share content from surrounding frames. This makes for cleaner editing and later conversion to disc.
• When the 8mm and 16mm movie films are done being captured and digitzed as AVI files then we will start editing the movie film. We will start removing any dead spots with no footage. We will also place the movies in the order that the customer has requested on the DVD timeline. We will add the sound, if the movies are sound film or we can just add background music. Customers can supply the background music or choose from a list of music categories form the Home Movie Order Form. We will add custom chapter markers automactically or however the customer has requested. The DVD can be customized to meet your needs. That is why we charge the $49.95 for each 2hr DVD. Once the DVD is encoded you will receive a Archival DVD in a Slim DVD case, with a custom label.