Knowledge is Power!
From weddings to anniversaries, and birthdays to your child’s first baseball game, every family has an assortment of memories they don’t want to lose. It is for this reason that more and more people are making the smart move to transfer video to digital or to transfer film to digital. By digitizing their film and video archives, people can enjoy their recorded memories for a lifetime. Film and video transfer technicians specialize in converting and preserving your family’s memories into a modern, high-quality digital format. This digitalization of movies and videos can not only preserve your family memories, it can also improve them.
Digital Pickle provides a process that restores those home movie to their full glory. This process involves making minor repairs on the film and splicing the brittle film that has broken through the effects of aging. The film is then cleaned with an anti-static solvent before the transfer and technicians carefully inspect the film for dust and lint so your movie images are crisp and bright with color instead of looking faded and splotchy. There also is an added bonus to digitizing your home movies: one of the hallmarks of the old 8mm film is that the reels allowed for 3 to 4.5 minutes worth of filming, which meant you needed many reels of that type of film to properly capture a family event. Digital Pickle will consolidate those multiple small reels into larger ones for ease of storage.
Some of the services they offer during the conversion process include:
This conversion not only saves the space those old movies and videos required and allows you to retire the outdated equipment they ran on, but video transfer to a digital format also allows you to back up the images on your computer’s hard drive so you never have to worry about losing those precious moments. With that kind of security in mind you can plan on passing your memories down the family line for generations to come.
For more information about film transfer to digital formats or video transfer to digital formats, contact Digital Pickle at 1-800-889-0730, visit their website at www.digitalpickle.com, or email them today.
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