Film Conversion to Digital Files on USB, DVD

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8mm and 16mm Film to Digital and DVD!

"Quality 1080p HD Conversions, Done In-House"



SD Film Conversion to Digital

Includes:
  • Frame-by-frame film conversion of SILENT 8mm, Super 8 & 16mm film
  • Color correction
  • Individual MP4 video file for each reel
  • 1080p HD resolution
  • No Charge Editing to remove bad sections of film (see details)
  • 50-foot minimum
  • Estimate your Premium Conversion here


Delivery Options:
  • USB Drive (for video files) - $12
  • Digital Download (for video files) - $12
  • DVD (up to 120 minutes) - $25
  • Blu-ray Disc (up to 120 minutes) - $50
HD Film Conversion to Digital

Includes:
  • Frame-by-frame film conversion of SILENT 8mm & Super 8 film
  • No Color correction
  • One MP4 video file of all reels
  • 1080p HD resolution
  • No Charge Editing to remove bad sections of film (see details)
  • 50-foot minimum
  • Contact us for a Budget Conversion estimate


Delivery Options:
  • USB Drive (for video files) - $12
  • Digital Download (for video files) - $12
  • DVD (up to 120 minutes) - $25
  • Blu-ray Disc (up to 120 minutes) - $50


We also convert 16mm Optical Sound and Super 8 Sound film.





The Video MVP Difference

  • All film transfer work is done here. We do NOT send your priceless films across the country for some other company to convert.
  • Frame-by-frame conversion (no film flicker, no projectors)
  • All 1080p HD conversions
  • Your choice of Video Files, DVD or Blu-ray Disc
  • FREE color correction on Premium film conversions
  • No Charge Editing to remove bad sections of film (see details)
  • Your film reels are returned intact (not combined on larger reels)
  • Personal attention makes Video MVP different. We understand how important your memories are to you. We are happy to help with special requests to protect and preserve your film.
  • Get an Estimate for your project here!
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Meaghan F.  5 Stars

"The Indianapolis Public Library is using Video MVP film, tape, and slide conversion services in order to provide access to content on out of date or difficult to use formats. Video MVP is very professional, does good work, and delivers on promises. They currently have about 400 VHS, Betacam, cassettes, DAT, audio reels, records, film reels, and slides they are converting over the course of the year. They are one of my go to vendors now. Highly recommend."



Some Rare Film Formats We Convert Too

Bell & Howell Auto 8
Bell & Howell Auto 8

This cassette-style film cartridge holds one 50-foot reel of film. When the cassette was inserted it would thread and play. At the end of the reel, it would automatically rewind.

Technicolor Magi-cartridge film
Technicolor Magi-cartridge

This odd little cartridge holds Super 8 film and had to be played in a projector designed specifically for them. The cartridge works kind of like an 8-track tape where the film is on a loop and plays continuously.

Polaroid Polavision film
Polaroid Polavision

Launched in 1977, this cassette holds Super 8 film and required a specific projector. The cassette was similar to a video tape in ease of use, however it only had about three minutes of film.

Bell & Howell Filmosound 8
Bell & Howell Filmosound 8

This product is Super 8 film, which is silent, but is accompanied by an audio cassette that contained the audio recording.

Filmopan Straight 8 film
Filmopan Straight 8

This little reel is only about 2 inches in diameter. It holds about 30 feet of 8mm film.



Film Memories Preserved


EDMUND FITZGERALD - This footage from the early 1970s is of the SS Edmund Fitzgerald. For those who don't know, the "Fitz" sank during a Lake Superior storm on November 10, 1975. All 29 of her crew were lost. The legend of the freighter was made famous by the 1976 hit song "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" by Gordon Lightfoot.


COLLEGE FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS - This 16mm film contains highlights of college football games in 1947. Much like you might buy a Blu-ray or a digital movie for your collection today, years ago people would order film reels (sports, cartoons, documentaries) for their home movie collections.


INDIANAPOLIS 500 - This film has some great footage of this iconic track, the pits, cars, and spectators. Captured during May of 1949 qualifications, some of the cars include Johnnie Parsons, Duane Carter, Duke Nalon, Sam Hanks, and Rex Mays.


PRESIDENT RICHARD NIXON - Home film of The President arriving at Baer Field in Fort Wayne, Indiana. It was a rainy evening on October 20, 1970. President Nixon later went to a Republican political rally at the Fort Wayne Memorial Coliseum.