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Transfers: Video8 Hi8 D8 MiniDV VHS VHS-C and 16mm Standard 8mm Movie Film Transfers To DVD -- BUT WARNING...

"CDs and DVDs are not an archival storage medium."
"Do not rely on them (Recordable DVDs) to store permanent records."
"Recordable" DVD discs and CD disc have a life span of 2 to 5 years."

Source: US National Archives and Records Administration (also called NARA)

How CD/DVD Discs Work & Fail -- is a MUST READ!

We make thousands of DVDs, but you NEED protection and diversity -- which DVDs do NOT give!


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Virtual Video Archiving System

DVD Discs are last decades' technology.
Recordable DVDs NEVER WERE and ARE NOT NOW "archive worthy"!

We make thousands of DVD discs each year! However...
We do NOT sell DVD discs -- even "archive gold" type DVD discs -- as being "archive worthy".

Welcome to this decade with our...

Virtual Video Archiving System

Exceeds the Standards of the National Archives and The Library of Congress!

PlusPlus Plus Media Player & Tutorial

Archive Player-Drives™, Personal Player-Drive, Blu-ray and DVD Discs, (typical product mix pictured above)
FOR JUST A LITTLE MORE -- THAN THE COST OF 'JUST DVD DISCS!

The word "virtual", as used here, denotes a state of data NOT dependent any one physical media for its existence.
For example, Physical DVD discs have now given way to "virtual discs" -- which we call "Disc-FREE Disc-IMAGES™". Like NetFlix and YouTube -- no plastic discs are required -- to play these DVD on your computer -- from a product we call Solid-State™ DVD. In fact, actually holds many DVDs.

Best of all, our Disc-FREE DVD Disc-IMAGE is in a "virgin state" -- with NO RECORD ERRORS -- typically found on ALL physical DVD discs -- more later. The concept of a DVD on ONLY a disc -- tied to a DVD player -- become a relic of "old school thinking".

The word "archiving" means the ongoing process of preserving movie film and video -- long term -- for functional use.

The word "system", as used here, denotes many components unified in purpose.
In this case, there is a dual purpose 1) Longevity with 2) FUNctionality™ .

Old archive strategies say -- "to insure longevity -- spare no expense to hold and protect -- the video media". In the computer industry, magnetic tape and backups were the foundation of long term storage. Tape had disadvantages. It was slow to use, bulky, and used a dated transport system.
Example: Minium Archive: 2 master tapes -- stored in a vault.

New archive strategies say - "to insure longevity --

  1. FREE Video Data from traditional video media -- like discs .
  2. Make the video archive a Self-Contained System -- With 3 major elements:
    A) Video Storage -- with enouh room for expansion,
    B) a Tutorial -- on How to Use and Duplicate Videos from the Archive, and
    C) a Video Media Player-- to periodically review and test videos.
  3. Diversify Home Movie Videos into different video formats -- according to the different ways people use videos.
  4. Make the video archive cheap and easy to share and duplicate -- with friends and family. For those who have an interest in preserving the video archive -- give them a complete copy of the archive -- with "archive masters".
  5. As media technology shifts, and since your video images are NOT tied to any one media (virtual), future generations of your family can simply adapt the Virtual Video Archive System to the newer technologies -- thus the process of "archiving" continues indefinitely into the future.
  6. Make Archive Expandable. "Archiving System" implies that you and future generation can ADD new video to your Virtual Video Archive System -- in the future -- using what we have done -- as an "archiving" guideline.
    Our Virtual Video Archiving System is part software, part tutorial, part strategic archive planning, part storage technology from last decade, and part technology from this decade.

The Foundation of our Virtual Video Archiving System is what we call Digital-Film Master-Files -- Your Home Movies which have been Image and Color Enhanced for HDTV. Your Digital-Film Master-Files are used to make ALL "other video formats"in your Virtual Video Archiving System. Each video format targets a set of functional uses -- by different family members.

Some video formats targeting preservation and editing.
Some target use with HDTV.
Some target legacy technology (like DVD players).
Some target Internet use.
Some target the need of cheap and easy sharing (distribution).

With our Strategic Video Archive System you can make ALL the products below --
as many as your entire family will EVER need -- FOREVER!

Last, but not least, these product are FUN -- to USE and SHARE!

Virtual Video Archive System -- for your family!



Archive Player-Drives™ (pictured above)
THE FOUNDATION OF YOUR ARCHIVE SYSTEM

Digital-Film™ Master-Files™ -- Image and Color Enhanced for HDTV
"The Best They Can Be on HDTV™"

"NO HYPER-FORMATTING ZONE!™"
No "Over-Sized" Video formats -- with artifacts.
Master-Files are Matched to your Movie Film or Legacy Video Tape.

Also Custom Loaded (as ordered) with...

Disc-FREE™ Disc-IMAGES™ for DVD
Disc-FREE™ Disc-IMAGES™ for Blu-ray
Social-Media™ Files for the Internet, PC and Mac
Primal™ Master-Files™ -- a historical replica of your old legacy video

Also Includes...

On-Board Archive Tutorial™ -- Shows how to use your Virtual Video Archiving System
On-Board Archive Media-Player™ -- to test your videos -- on both Mac & PC
On-Board 1000 Years Strategic Video Archive Plan™

You and your family can duplicate your Archive Player-Drives™ --
AND DUPLICATE ANY OF THE OTHER PRODUCTS ABOVE!


IMPORTANT NOTE: To have a "true archive" you MUST have at minimum 4 mirrored "Archive Player-Drives -- to truly protect your videos!
We EMPOWER YOU to do this, however, if you are uncomfortable with duplication hard drives, we can do this for you, too -- upon request!

Portable Components


Solid-State™ DVDs
Burn new DVDs -- or just play them -- from this tiny chip!
Better yet, just duplicate the chip -- for everyone in your family!
OR simply copy it to their PC or MAC!


Personal Player-Drive™
For PC and Mac!
Both Solid-State DVDs and Social-Media Files
The best of both worlds -- for your Home Movie Films
For Movie Film Transfers Clients


Social-Media Player-Drive™
For PC & Mac
Solid-State™ Social-Media™ for the Internet,
Store tons of video in a tiny space.
For Video Tape Transfer Clients

Social-Media™ Files

DVD & Blu-ray Discs, Yes, DISCS!

Physical DVD Discs
Physical Blu-ray Discs

So what if they are "out-dated" -- I love my DVDs and Blu-ray discs!
I know how to use them -- they look great on HDTV!
Dual-Pass Rendering gives your Home Movies -
Quality that rivals your Digial-Film ™ Master-Files™

"The Best They Can Be on HDTV™"

"NO SINGLE-PASS RIPPING ZONE!™"
DVD discs make from your Digital-Film Master-Files -- using "DUAL-PASS" RENDERING!


Note: Actual media products pictured above are representational of different styles and technologies available.
Actual media produces delivered -- will vary according to availability, newer & better emerging products coming available, and according to client's storage needs and requests.
For example, new solid state products are appearing weekly.
For example, 250Gb Flash Drives are replacing 250Gb Hard Drives.
For example, USB-2 devices are being replaced by USB-3 devices.

Note: Have DRIVES that you no long use, we can CONVERT YOUR DRIVES to OUR DRIVES
for a flat fee per drive conversion, plus return shipping and insurance.

Dirty Little Secret about Film & Video Transfers:

Archiving means long term preservation of movie film and video IMAGES -- while also preserving functional use.

No organization does this better than US National Archives and Records Administration (also called NARA. NARA exists to protect the priceless documents and images of the United States. NARA also sets Archive Standards for the Nations Archives.

Why would NARA not only abandon -- but ban -- the use of CDs and DVDs for National Archives purposes -- saying:

"CDs and DVDs are not an archival storage medium."
"Do not rely on them (Recordable DVDs) to store permanent records."
"Recordable" DVD discs and CD disc have a life span of 2 to 5 years."

Why does NARA advise YOU and ALL VIDEO ARCHIVE BUSINESSES to do the same?

In layman's terms...

FACT: Recordable DVD discs are made with "disappearing ink". The act of recording a DVD starts "decay in the dye layer" -- which where video data is stored. This has nothing to do with the metal foil, used in the "foil layer". Thus "archive DVDs" with an unrecorded, advertised (shelf) life of 40 to 100 years" -- after being recorded -- start failing in 2 to 5 years.

Need proof? Read Summary of Longevity Studies (A MUST READ) -- for a laugh -- that is on you and your pocket book! After that you will agree...

NARA's archive guidelines should be YOUR ARCHIVE GUIDLINES!

Your home movies are -- "The Times of YOUR LIFE!" -- your Family Archives. They are more important -- to your family -- than than even the National Archives. They deserve no less a level of preservation -- than NARA provides for The National Archives.

Reference: National Archives Newsletter for their Pacific Archive Division

What if ALL MY home movies are already on DVDs? Yikes!

All home movies -- originating from video tape or movie film -- now stored on DVDs -- including "archive gold" type DVD discs -- are Endangered-DVD™ videos. Most of these DVD are approaching 2 to 5 years old -- which makes ALL video on these DVDs -- Endangered-Video™!

DVD Re-Mastering & Archive Services: We will save your Endangered-DVD™ videos, make them better than the original DVD, and convert them into our Virtual Video Archiving System. This will allow you to make as many new DVDs as you want, and preserve them -- as DVD Disc-Images -- on your Archive Player-Drives. This will also give you many alternatives other than DVD -- freeing you to new forms of DVD technology (see products above)-- of moving into this decade's video technology.

There is much more you should know about this subject to protect yourself, your family, and your business.

Our Guarantee of Quality

We we guarantee your video images -- from film or legacy video -- will be Better Than the Original film or legacy video source -- or your money back!

To back that promise, our clients "pay as they approve" their video in their own homes.

Our re-mastering process earns your video the name -- Digital-Film™ -- as each frame is not only better than the original image -- due to post-production color and image enhancements for HDTV -- but because each frame is a Progressive Scan Frame -- a stand-alone-picture -- just like "frames of movie film -- "The best it can be -- for HDTV".

But talk is cheap. See for yourself! (Click to Refresh Pictures Below)

4-Column Split-Screen: Alernating Enhanced and Original Video:

ENHANCE ORIGINAL ENHANCE ORIGINAL

(video)

Enhancements: "Red face" is "now flesh colored"; Grass is now green grass; red shirt is true red; the blue cast is gone; blue tree bark is now dark brown: washed-out picture is sharper; grandpa's green shirt and hair are natural grey; originally video moved 25% faster, but now the motion is "True-to-Life Moton" and "True-to-Life Speed".

The ORIGINAL is from a "film transfer" over 10 years ago -- pre-HDTV.
The ENHANCD is our "Digital-Film" for HDTV -- as Progressive Scan.

A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS
But Digital Film...Can Say it all.
(All images copyrighted by Bruce Mayfield 2015)

VIDEO "BETTER THAN THE ORIGINALS"

The way a Motion Pictures Studio
handles MOTION
in MOTION PICTURES
is IMPORTANT!™

Interlaced Video Re-Engineered™ into Progressive Scan Video.

This is only one step in creating Digital-Film™ for HDTV.

ALL legacy video from video tapes -- Digital8, Hi8, Vdieo8, MiniDV and VHS and VHS-C -- are "interlaced video".

DVD discs -- made from video tapes -- are "interlaced video", too!

"The way a MOTION PICTURES STUDIO handles MOTION in MOTION PICTURES is IMPORTANT!"™

Last century's video should look better on HDTV -- better than it looked on last century's TV sets with CRT tubes.

Frame-Section A: BEFORE RE-ENGINEERING™: Two (2) Frames of video blended into a transitional interlaced frame with odd/even fields. Your videos have millions of these frames.

Film_Transfer_Interlaced_Image (Click to Refresh Pictures)

Frame-Section B: Below: AFTER RE-ENGINEERED™ into "Digital-Film™"
To the human eye, real-life motion "looks like" Frame B (below) -- not like Frame A (above).

Which frame would you rather "look at" - on HDTV?

Film_Transfer_Progressive_Scan (Click to Refresh Pictures)

FRAME C: Full-Frame (with the same frame-sections above) re-engineered as Digital-Film™

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Digital-Film™ is where the quality STARTS -- not where it ENDS.
Digital-Film is "Dual-Pass Rendered" to make DVD produces - like Solid State DVDs, physical DVD discs, and MP4 video -- like the one below.

CLICK TRIANGILAR "PLAY" BUTTON TO WATCH THIS CLIP IN MOTION

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"Digital-Film™ -- The way we hand YOUR MOTION in YOUR MOTION PICTURES!"™

Click Re-Engineering OLD VIDEO to HDTV to read more details about this.

Damaged Video: 3-Color Displacement

BELOW: Fourth Generation VHS video with 3-Color Displacement
Notice color-smear onto the blue shirt.

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BELOW: 3-Color Displacement Restoration.
Restored Video is better than the Original Video

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Click Video Tape & Endangered DVD Transfers for more.

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<b>16mm film</b> <b>8mm film</b><b>Super 8mm</b>film Film Transfer Comparisons

PRIMER

To Arm For Beginners
A little Primer on 16mm, Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) and Super 8mm movie film
1) Identify Standard 8mm movie film or 16mm movie film you have, and
2) Basic "film Transfer "Speeds for your film.

The following tutorial on 16mm, Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film), and Super 8mm movie film -- which will help you both identify and date the
16mm, Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film), and Super 8mm movie films that you have -- for film transfer.

I HAVE LOCATED THIS PRIMER ON MY FIRST PAGE,
SO YOU CAN FIND IT (AGAIN) QUICK AND EASY -- TO FIGURE OUT WHAT KIND OF film YOU HAVE.
IF YOU NEED HELP, THE BEST TIME TO CALL US IS MON THU SAT -- 2PM TO 7PM MOUNTAIN STANDARD TIME.
MY STAFF OR I WILL BE HAPPY TO HELP YOU FIGURE IT ALL OUT AND ANSWER QUESTIONS!
575-377-1001 (SOME CELL PHONES DO NOT LIKE A "1" IN FRONT OF THIS NUMBER. OUR PHONE DOES WORK)

al">How to Identify, Date, and Speed-rate Your Movie film for film Transfer: :
Picture (Above) shows examples of "Small format" movie film s

16mm movie film,
Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) (also called Standard 8mm movie film ) and
Super 8mm movie movie film.

16mm was invented before Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) and Super 8mm movie films. 16mm movie film was made from "hand-milled "Silver halide -- the grains of which were very large compared to later films. Although 16mm is 4 times the size of Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) and Super 8mm movie film, the resolution of the film is comparable to that of Super 8mm movie film and some later dating Also, 16mm movie film was shot and run at 16fps in the early 1900's. Modern versions of 16mm movie film are run at 24 fps -- which actually makes 16mm movie film a "hybrid" format -- with one foot in the "Small format film industry" and one foot in the "large format film industry".

It is because of this dual role of 16mm movie film, that 'Standard 8mm movie film to DVD & Super 8mm movie film Transfer Mills™ (giving you just what you ask for) can "get away with" talking about film and equipment in broad terms and then implying that what is "good" for large format films -- like captures with "irregular pull-down patterns" -- is likewise, "good" for "Small format films". In truth the converse ONLY is true, that what is "good" for "Small format films" -- like synchronizations at "15fps" -- is also "good" for "large format films" -- but NOT VISA VERSA.

Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) and 16mm movie film

Rough Dating of Movie film :
16mm movie film - silent -- 1923 to Early 1960's.
16mm movie film - sound - 1935 to present.
Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film), Standard 8mm movie film -- Late 1932 thru 1990s.
Super 8mm movie film -- Introduced in 1965 to present.

Correct film Transfer Speeds:
Silent 16mm film - silent -15 fps or 16 fps (with exceptions) with 40 frames per foot
Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) film - silent -15 fps or 16 fps. with 80 frames per foot

NOTE: Standard 8mm movie film to DVD & Super 8mm movie film Transfer Mills™ (giving you just what you ask for) transfer this at 20 fps
Introducing a 20% "real-time" distortion - 12 minutes lost per hour.

Super 8mm movie film

Super 8mm movie film was "Shot" usually 18 fps; commercially 24 fps and has 72 frames per foot
Super 8mm movie Movie cameras and projectors had "variable speeds".

Correct film Transfer Speeds:
Super 8mm movie film "Silent", 18 fps
Super 8mm movie film "Sound", 18 fps OR 24 fps.
NOTE: Standard 8mm movie film to DVD & Super 8mm movie film Transfer Mills™ (giving you just what you ask for) transfer this at 20 fps
Introducing a 10% "real-time" distortion - 6 minutes lost per hour.

Super 8 Film Sound for Film Transfer (Click to Refresh Pictures) NOTE: Super 8 Sound film has "magnetic "Sound tracks glued on both edges of the "under-side" of the film which looks like 2 copper colored stripes (see above).

<b>16mm film</b> Optical Sound track for Film Transfer (Click to Refresh Pictures) Commercial film : Super 8mm movie Sound and 16mm Sound: Usually "optical "Sound tracks. (Black squiggly tracks: above)

Both 16mm movie film and Super 8mm movie movie COMMERCIAL films, were "Shot and run" at 24 fps - ONLY.
Most domestic clients, with rare exceptions, do NOT have "commercial films" with "optical sound tracks".

<b>16mm film</b> <b>8mm film</b><b>Super 8mm</b>film for Film Transfer (Click to Refresh Pictures)
Holes Along the Edge of the film (see picture above) :
The size of the holes are the same for both 16mm movie film and Standard 8mm movie film.
Some 16mm has only one set of holes -- like Regular 8 film.
Spacing of the holes in 16mm movie film is different than Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) -- also called Standard 8 film.

Super 8mm movie movie film has smaller holes - less than half the size of Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) movie film. Spacing is different.
Correct film Transfer is very different for each.

Reels or Spools (see Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) pictures below):

Hole in Center of Reel or Spool:
Early 16mm and Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film): the hole in a spool was
1) the size of a number 2 pencil -- on one side of the spool -- and 2) square and roughly the same size -- on the other side of the spool.

Later, 16mm spools standardized with a square hole.
Later, Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) spools standardized with a round hole -- with a notch on one side of the reel or both.

Super 8mm movie spool: The hole in the spool was the size of your "pinky finger" and round on both sides of the spool.

8mm Film Boxes of "double 8" for <b>8mm film</b> Transfer (Click to Refresh Pictures)

Standard 8mm movie film , 95 percent of the time, is on a grey plastic, 3 inch spool and came in a Yellow cardboard box -- for mailing.

Double 8 movie film came in a yellow box roughly 1 inch thick.
Single 8 also called Standard 8 came in a yellow box roughly 1/2 inch thick.

Both types of films -- collectively -- are called Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) or Standard 8mm movie film and, before 1965, usually fond on little grey plastic reels -- with excepts around 1942 (see history below), and 1965 (more follows)..

Super 8 movie film (introduced in 1965) was sold and processed on 50 foot spools -- which were usually a blue cover with a white plastic spool.. Rarely covers were also red, yellow, green, black, and white.

About that same time (1965), Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) began to appear spooled onto white plastic reels with blue covers, too.. The hole in those spools was the size of a number 2 pencil or standard pen. Most easily confused with Super 8mm movie film.

ATTENTION: : It is very common for Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) to be on a Super 8mm movie spool and Super 8mm movie film, on a Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) spool -- by mistake of family members. When in doubt , look at the film itself and the size of the holes in the film -- not the spool.

HISTORICAL NOTE - TO HELP DATE AND IDENTIFY: Earliest Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) or Standard 8 film was called Double 8, because it was sold as 25 feet of 16mm movie film. It was called a "25 foot Double 8".

The tell-tell oversized, yellow box contained a tiny back metal canister -- sealed with black cotton tape -- to protect the brown, unexposed 16mm movie film inside.

The 16mm movie film was "double exposed" -- in 2 passes. Each pass -- exposing the entire length of the 16mm wide film -- but only exposed an Standard 8mm movie film wide strip along the length of the16mm movie film.

The cameraman would shoot one pass and then flip the 16mm movie film in the camera -- to shoot the second pass. This accounts for the "flashes of yellow light" half-way through early Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film)s.

At the time of film processing, the 16mm movie film was developed and then split down the center -- thus creating 2 strips of Standard 8mm movie film. . The two ends of the (now Standard 8mm movie ) film was glued together in the center and spooled onto a 50 foot spool of Standard 8mm movie film (shown below). This is nice to know if you need to date reels of film.


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1) (left top) aluminum or black metal reel (not shown) (pre-WWII), or
2)(center bottom) a cardboard reel (WWII), or
3) (right top) a grey plastic reel (post-WWII)

The Double 8: Standard 8mm movie film reel of film was shipped back to owner in the same oversize yellow box -- now twice the length and half the width of the original 15 foot reel of 16mm movie film.

NOTE: Many times the cameraman would forget that the film had already been exposed and flipped -- and would expose the same edge twice. Thus "double exposures" were created on Double 8 film.

( click here for ==>) Dirty "film Transfer "Secrets™ -- Standard 8mm movie film to DVD & Super 8mm movie film Transfer Mills™ (giving you just what you ask for) do NOT want you to know!

TECHNICAL NOTES (VERY BORING)
ON MOVIE film TRANSFER SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS:

The " tech note" below is on film transfer semantics on 16mm, Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film), and Super 8mm movie film. Most readers have some "flavor" of Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) or Super 8mm movie film. Therefore, I do not specifically state the words "16mm movie film " -- every time I mention Super 8mm movie film or Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) -- when talking about film transfers to DVD or Master Files. Instead, I just talk about Regular 8, and Super 8mm movie film to video film transfers -- with the ASSUMPTION THAT ALL PRINCIPLES APPLY TO 16mm movie film AS WELL.

The same applies to visual and non-visual illustrations -- using Standard 8mm movie film or Super 8mm movie film or film transfer. Illustrations about Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) ALSO APPLIES to SILENT 16mm movie film -- as Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) -- (see photos above) in may cases IS SILENT 16mm movie film -- "SPLIT IN HALF -- DOWN THE CENTER" literally.

A 16mm movie film transfer can be much more complex than a Standard 8mm movie film or Super 8mm movie film transfer -- because 16mm movie film was used domestically, commercially -- as 16mm silent and 16mm sound -- and shot at 1 of 3 speeds -- even early century 1900s. Also 16mm movie film is OLDER and usually is in some stage of "vinegar syndrome". After you get a film transfer quote, you are advised to call me about your 16mm movie film for a free 16mm movie film transfer "evaluation and consult".

I use Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film) or Super 8mm movie terms -- for example:

Super 8mm movie film to DVD,
Super 8mm movie film transfer,
Standard 8mm movie film to H.264,
Super 8mm movie film transfer,
Single Standard 8mm movie film to HDTV Blu-ray,
Standard 8mm movie film to video,
Double Standard 8mm movie film to video,
Standard 8mm movie film to video,
Standard 8mm movie film movie to video,
Standard 8mm movie film telecine,
movie Standard 8mm movie film transfer,
Standard 8mm movie film transfer,
Ektasound Standard 8mm movie film to DVD,
Ektachrome Standard 8mm movie film to DVD,
Kotachrome Standard 8mm movie film to DVD.
film to video,
film to Flash Drive,
film to Hard Drive,
film to Blu-ray, etc

ALL these film transfer phrases refer to some "film to video film transfer process" of converting film to digital video unless otherwise stated specifically..

Even though my film transfer terminology may be specific to a stated gauge of film -- Standard 8mm movie film (Regular 8mm movie film), Super 8mm movie film, or 16mm movie film -- you may expand any reference to any gauge of film into a generalized concept that can be applied to all small film formats -- and film transfers -- UNLESS OTHERWISE STATE D

( click here for ==>) Dirty film Transfer Secrets -- Standard 8mm movie film to DVD & Super 8mm movie film Transfer Mills™ (giving you just what you ask for) do NOT want you to know!