Cine Film transfer to DVD, & Digital HD video formats.
We are 8mm and 16mm Cine transfer to digital and cine film transfer to DVD specialists.
Our unique frame by frame LED scanning system captures your precious home movie films onto our Video workstation computers.
Video Image Productions are based in Sussex and provide a personal pickup and delivery service.
Areas covered are Surrey, Kent, Hampshire, Surrey, London as well as providing a UK nationwide and worldwide mail order service.
Cine to Digital.
As well as providing cine film to DVD transfer service.
Video Image productions can transfer cine film to Digital formats for computer editing.
These formats are know as editing formats rather than finishing file formats.
The main difference between the 2 is compression. Nearly all digital video formats are compressed for ease of storage.
Therefore the amount of compression varies greatly from one digital video format to another.
In conclusion one of the best formats for editing cine film conversions is Apples Pro RES or for PC windows platform we recommend AVI.
Why use us?
HD Cine film scanning.
Spices repaired free of charge
All 8mm and 16mm films are cleaned prior to scanning.
Cine to digital files are backed up to our servers for peace of mind.
Cloud transfer service for 8mm and 16mm cine films, audio and slide scans.
USB memory stick and Hard drive transfer for audio, slides and film transfers available.
Services we provide.
Cine film transfer to DVD
So drop us a line today for a free quote!
Full 1080p cine film scanning.
Cine film examples.
For a small transfer fee. We can transfer up to 20 gig of your video, pictures or audio files straight to either, your desktop or mobile device.
All arrived safely, many thanks! My sister thinks the results are fab
” Thank you for our Kodak 8mm film transfer to video of a 1958 16mm film
both the sound and picture was excellent and the
service fast and efficient”
Irene, Age Concern.
Just a quick note to say that the DVD is excellent.
You did a fantastic job of transferring the films of
my dad as a baby/child which were taken in the early
40’s. He’s going to love it!
Thank you very much.