How do you know if your 8mm Film Transfers are captured Frame by Frame?

April 18, 2015 at 1:55 am

Over the past several months we have  been receiving calls from the Los Angeles Community about Frame By Frame Transfers for their 8mm & 16mm Films.  Frame by Frame Transfers is exactly what it means, FRAME BY FRAME.  Film is scanned by a professional film scanner in either 720p or 1080p resolution.  The example below is an exact demonstration  of a FRAME by FRAME capture.

At Digital Video & Film Lab, we transfer all films by a Professional film scanner.  After which, each frame is assembled and color and exposure corrected, as we slowly bring back to life what your films should really look like.

COLOR CORECTION

COLOR IS BALANCED AND CORRECTED TO ORIGINAL SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Definition captures are Authored to Regular DVDs and High Definition is Authored to Blu Ray.  All Digital files are provided at no additional cost.  Image Sequences (example below) are provided upon request.

It’s simple and beware of imitation, if a company cannot provide you with Image Sequences files of your films, then it’s not a Frame by Frame Transfer.
image sequence example