8mm Motion Picture Film To Digital Conversion

Cinegraphic Archives and Preservation can convert your standard 8mm and Super 8mm motion pictures into digital files and DVD’s! All formats can be transferred, including silent (16-18 fps) and sound (magnetic, 24 fps) film. The archive also has preservation, repair, and restoration options for decomposed, shrunken, and damaged footage.

Cinegraphic Archives can work with both home movies and commercial film.

Below is an example of an orphaned SCinegraphic Archives and Preservation can convert your standard 8mm and Super 8mm motion pictures into digital files and DVD’s! All formats can be transferred, including silent (16-18 fps) and sound (magnetic, 24 fps) film. The archive also has preservation, repair, and restoration options for decomposed, shrunken, and damaged footage.

Cinegraphic Archives can work with both home movies and commercial film.

Below is an example of an orphaned Standard 8mm silent home movie shot during the late 1960s at an unidentified amusement park:

Here is a clip from a Super 8mm silent home movie shot sometime during the late 1970s! These unidentified ladies seem to be having a lot of fun!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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