to DVD Film Transfer for Derby, 8mm, 16mm and 9.5mm, Home Movie Conversion
Supaphoto specialises in cine to
transfers, with care and attention. Please
email or call us on Freephone
0800 690 6160.
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on Cine to DVD.
employ our New! REVIVAL frame scanning process, for superb picture rendition.
Film Transfer to DVD, 8mm, 16mm and 9.5mm Cine Film Conversion
to DVD transfers are arguably the most convenient, as a standard playback
DVD is portable, viewable on laptops and DVD players, and may be copied
and distributed to friends or family members.
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to DVD transfers.
Cine Transfer Service and Cine Film Conversion Options explained:
Cine to avi transfers represent not only an ideal way to edit one's
movies, but also act as an invaluable back-up. Click here for enquiries
regarding Cine to avi transfers.
Cine to Quicktime
Cine to quicktime transfers are ideal for MAC users; click
here for enquiries regarding Cine
to quicktime transfers.
Revival Frame by Frame Scanning System for Cine Film Transfer for Derby
If you are concerned about the quality of the file that you'll be looking
to edit once we've completed our transfer of your material, you'll be
pleased to know that after many months of development, we are now proud
to present our new Revival Frame by Frame Scanning System which, combined
with our new processes, delivers amazing results. These are available
for Standard 8, Super 8 and 16mm Film Formats. The frame by frame telecine
scanners themselves form only part of the equation since they require
to be used with a series of tailor configured broadcast and studio equipment
to ensure crystal clear results. Although our customers had been pleased
by our services so far, the feedback following this process release
has been very pleasing indeed.
Editing of Your Home Movie Conversion - Take Complete
of Cine Film
to the huge increase in customers looking to take greater control
over their material, we are often asked for an additional edit friendly
version, via cine to avi or cine
to quicktime transfers. To assist those customers aiming to go
down this road, we have produced a free guide to editing which our
customers have found both useful and time saving!
In most cases, and especially in the case of a cine film transfer,
people are keen to perform simple tasks such as the re-ordering of
their material and the removal of unwanted elements. If you request
an edit friendly version to be supplied, you'll be able to perform
these tasks, and many more besides, once you've enjoyed the benefits
of our telecine services.
Real film continuity, with action going from one series into another,
was conceived to British film pioneer Robert W. Paul's Come Along, Do!,
produced in 1898 and one of the earliest films to contain multiple shots.
In the first shot, an old couple is in front of an art exhibition eating
lunch and then join other people inside through the entrance. The next
shot presents what they do in the exhibition. Paul's 'Cinematograph
Camera No. 1' of 1896 was the foremost camera to boast reverse-cranking,
which enabled the same film footage to be exposed a number of times
and thus to produce super-positions and multiple exposures. This method
was first utilised in his 1901 movies Scrooge, or, Marley's Ghost.