Video footage preserves family moments that might otherwise be forgotten, like the day the dog began barking in Mandarin. Preserve precious records with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $79 for film-to-DVD transfer for 250 feet of 8mm or super 8mm film (a $160 value)
- $134 for film-to-DVD transfer for 500 feet of 8mm or super 8mm film (a $275 value)
- $225 for film-to-DVD transfer for 1,000 feet of 8mm or super 8mm film (a $500 value)
Three-inch reels contain about 50 feet of film, 5-inch reels contain about 200 feet of film, and 7-inch reels contain about 400 feet of film. Each DVD comes in a custom-packaged box with the a customized label on the cover, such as "Smith Family Memories."
Customers may choose to bring their film into the store to be transferred, or may send their film by mail. Shipping fees are not included.
Such Media’s technicians use professional-grade technology to manipulate video, audio, and images to their patrons’ specifications. Decaying VHS footage and inconveniently formatted audio gain shelf life thanks to transfer services, which swap audio and video to DVDs, CDs and MP3s; technicians can also duplicate CDs, DVDs, and flash drives without breaking the library’s Xerox machine. Alternatively, production-whiz staffers can turn video footage into custom creations, ranging from TV episodes to documentary-style advertisements, before tending to photos by scanning images, restoring damaged snapshots, and crafting slideshows.
Such Media’s technicians bring old media into the modern age by transforming video, audio, and images into digital formats with professional-grade technology. Video and audio tapes that no longer function with today's devices gain new shelf life thanks to transfer services, which preserve ancient audio and video on DVD, CD, or any other storage medium. Scanning and digitizing services turn photos, slides, and negatives into digital files that can enhance presentations, print projects, and online ventures. Video-production experts can film and edit customers' video projects, including TV commercials, training and corporate videos, and online videos. Technicians can also duplicate CDs, DVDs, and flash drives.