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Photo- and Video-Digitization Services from ScanDigital (Up to 62% Off). Two Options Available.

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  • Expires Apr 3rd, 2013.
  • Limit 3 per person, may buy 3 add'l as gifts. $300 option limit 1 per person, limit 1 per order. Not valid until 10/12/12. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for hard drives or digital photo frames. Limit 1 $100 Groupon on bulk orders. $300 Groupon not valid with bulk order discount.

Questions and Answers 118 questions

Q:

How many 35 mm.slides can I get scanned for the $100 option?

Tamara R.  asked on  Oct 4, 2012

A:

Hi Tamara - We scan 35mm slides for $.68 per slide at 2000 dpi or for $.88 per slide at 4000 dpi. You can have 147 slides scanned at 2000 dpi for the $100 Groupon plus shipping costs.

Nicole S.  from  Self  replied on  Oct 4, 2012

Q:

I would like to have a number of very old slides converted to DVD so I can give each of my six children the DVD's. Can I buy multiple DVD's for gifts to each of my six children? If so how much would each duplicate cost? Many thanks.

Alfred S.  asked on  Oct 4, 2012

A:

Hi Alfred! Yes, you can buy multiple copies. Additional copies of a photo disc are billed at $10 each.

Nicole S.  from  Self  replied on  Oct 4, 2012

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I'm English and have lots of VCR's that I'd like made into DVD's, I think they may be called PAL............sorry but I'm not sure. Can you do this? Thank you.

Maria J.  asked on  Oct 4, 2012

A:

Hi Maria! Yes, we can transfer PAL tapes. With our premium transfer, PAL tapes that are two hours or less are transferred for $29.95. Tapes that are more than two hours are transferred for $29.95 for every two hours. With our expert transfer, PAL tapes that are two hours or less are transferred for $39.95. Tapes that are more than two hours are transferred for $39.95 for every two hours.

Nicole S.  from  Self  replied on  Oct 4, 2012

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I have an 8mm film that we could transfer, and the original 8mm film of a family video- perhaps we can transfer both to dvd and make 10 copies-

wendy h.  asked on  Oct 4, 2012

A:

Hi Wendy! With the premium transfer, we transfer reel to reel film for $.28 per foot. You will receive viewable only DVDs which you can watch on your DVD player or computer. If you would like to edit your footage, we recommend selecting the expert transfer. With the expert transfer, we transfer reel to reel film for $.38 per foot. In addition to DVDs, an AVI file will be created and will be uploaded onto an external hard drive, which you may provide or purchase from us for $119.95. The AVI file is ready to edit and is compatible with any software and is available in 720p HD with film transfers. The DVDs will be in 480i standard resolution. You can estimate your footage based upon the diameter of the reel: 3 inch reel = 50 feet 4 inch reel = 100 feet 5 inch reel = 200 feet 6 inch reel = 300 feet 7 inch reel = 400 feet For more information, you can view our Film and Video pricing page at: https://www.scandigital.com/film_video_pricing.php. Additional copies of the DVD will be billed at $12.95 each.

Nicole S.  from  Self  replied on  Oct 4, 2012

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I have 17 camcorder vhs cassetts that I need transfered to dvd?. Would that be more than the $300 deal and if so how much more?

zane l.  asked on  Oct 4, 2012

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Hi Zane! With the premium transfer, tapes that are two hours or less are transferred for $19.95. Tapes that are more than two hours are transferred for $19.95 for every two hours. If all of your tapes are two hours or less, there will be an additional $39.90 charge plus shipping.

Nicole S.  from  Self  replied on  Oct 4, 2012

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How many 35mm slides will fit on one DVD? Many thanks.

Alfred S.  asked on  Oct 4, 2012

A:

Hi Alfred! We can fit several thousand images onto a DVD that were scanned at normal resolution.

Nicole S.  from  Self  replied on  Oct 4, 2012

Q:

I have 10 mini DV tapes with what I believe is about an hour each of video that I would like transfered to DVD but would also like to get in a digital file format that allows me to edit video. What format and video editing software would you recommend (I have a PC) and how much would you charge to do the transfer? I tried the most recent version of Windows Movie Maker for some other digital video files and it was terrible. Trying to decide which Groupon offer I should go with. Thanks.

Roger B.  asked on  Oct 4, 2012

A:

Hi Roger! If you would like to edit your footage, we recommend the expert transfer. With the expert transfer, tapes that are two hours or less are transferred for $29.95. Tapes that are more than two hours are transferred at $29.95 for every two hours. In addition to standard DVDs, an AVI file will be created and will be uploaded onto an external hard drive, which you may provide or purchase from us for $119.95. We require 30GB of free space for every 2 hour tape. The AVI file is ready to edit and is compatible with any software and is compatible with PC or Mac. For more information you can view our Film and Video pricing page at: https://www.scandigital.com/film_video_pricing.php. The AVI file will be compatible with any editing software.

Nicole S.  from  Self  replied on  Oct 4, 2012

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Can you transfer reel to reel audio tape to a CD? I have a 60 minute reel with 30 minutes in each direction.

Christina H.  asked on  Oct 4, 2012

A:

Hi Christina! Unfortunately, we cannot transfer reel to reel audio tape to a CD.

Nicole S.  from  Self  replied on  Oct 4, 2012

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Do you get your photos back with the DVD? Thanks

SALLY H.  asked on  Oct 4, 2012

A:

Hi Sally! Yes, we will return all of your original materials along with your newly digitized materials.

Nicole S.  from  Self  replied on  Oct 4, 2012

Q:

If I buy the $300 value option, do I have to put order of $300 worth at once? or can I use a portion and leave a credit balance for later use? I'm thinking to convert a few tapes and review the result before I submit more tapes for transfer. thanks. bw0831

Bo F.  asked on  Oct 4, 2012

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HI Bo! Any unused portion of the Groupon will remain on that Groupon which you can use on a future order.

Nicole S.  from  Self  replied on  Oct 4, 2012

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