About filmIn 1923, 16mm film was introduced by Eastman Kodak as a less expensive film to 35mm. Home movies became popular after the 1930s on 8mm format, and color film was available soon after that. The introduction of the Super 8 format by Kodak in 1965 made movie-making a more accessible hobby, now adding easily loadable cartridges. Home movies rapidly became the popular way for families to capture moving memories. However, 35mm, 16mm, 8mm and Super 8 film degrade noticeably over time creating the need to transfer film to DVDs in a digital format. Furthermore, the specialized film projectors for viewing 35mm, 16mm, 8mm and Super 8 film have become nearly impossible to find!
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The YesVideo Solution - Convert Film To DVDTransferring your 8mm, Super 8, 16mm or even 35mm film to DVD with YesVideo's film conversion service allows you to preserve your treasured memories on film transferred to digital format with easily accessible playback. Enjoy and share your transferred film memories without having to dust off or repair your bulky film projector. Instead, transfer your 8mm or Super 8 film to DVD and have it always available online. Your transferred footage will look better than ever after the film is converted to DVD with stabilized images, and digitally brightened and livelier colors. And, you'll have easier ways to share those transferred film memories with family and friends. Film transfer has never been so easy when you use YesVideo.com.
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What we do.
- Transform film to video using our industry-leading technology.
- Create custom scenes using our patented algorithms.
- Repair splices and clean dust and dirt.
- Stabilize images and reduce flicker for better viewing quality.
- Return new fully spliced reels (along with your new DVD movies)
What you get.
$0.18 per foot