FILM TO DVD
SINGLE FRAME FILM SCANNING
(TRANSFER) TO DVD OR M-DISC™ ARCHIVAL PRESERVATION DIGITAL
MASTERS IN STANDARD DEFINITION (SD)
R8mm & Super 8mm positive
or negative (silent) film is
scanned and output to Standard Definition (SD)
and provide you an ARCHIVAL PRESERVATION MASTER DVD-R:
We include; scanning (Transfer) to a Digital Master: 100 YEAR ARCHIVAL
PRESERVATION MASTERING DVD-R DISC,
disc printing with your title information, full size DVD
case, main title at the beginning of your movie
(Example: SMITH FAMILY MOVIES), Preparations that
repairs of broken or missing
splices, minor sprocket damage, films mounted backwards
will be re-mounted repaired and corrected.
Film cleaning and lubrication as
required and the film is scanned with
Best light colour grading, grain reduction and enhancement of under
or over exposed film.
You can not get a better quality
transfer with these services included...anywhere!
Each frame of the film is
stopped, scanned and advanced to the next frame...this is TRUE
single frame film transfers. Each frame
take seconds to scan not frames scanned in seconds or
real-time like most transfer houses.
There are many options
available for film scanning and producing a DVD Master.
Pricing with discounts are based on
Please e-mail us
for an estimate or call for more information and talk
directly to one of our Film Technicians.
will compete with any written quotation
offering the same level of service &
give you further discounts.
COMPANY in North America"
that offers lower prices and the same
quality of service on film
scanning (transfers) to DVD and we will
beat their price.
Please e-mail the
quote or quotes (BEFORE SHIPPING YOUR ORDER) from any other film
transfer facility. If they truly offer
equal quality of service at a lower
regular listed or quoted price then we do, we will
beat their price. Guaranteed!
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO.
HD & FILE FORMATS: FOR PRICING AND INFORMATION ON
FILM SCANNING OF 16MM TO DVD OR OTHER FILM FORMATS TO
HIGH DEFINITION BLU RAY DVD AND/OR FILE FORMATS FOR COMPUTER EDITING,
INCLUDING; 8MM, 16MM, 35MM SILENT, SOUND OR
NEGATIVE FILM TO
DIGITAL FILE FORMATS FOR EDITING OR ARCHIVAL FILE
STORAGE ON SELECTED MEDIA FORMATS SUCH AS A PORTABLE
HARD DRIVE, USB THUMB DRIVE/FLASH MEDIA OR SD CARDS,
Transferring your film and having us create a
DVD Master is a format for viewing only:
Once we scan
your films and then output to standard definition (SD) and then create your
DVD MASTER, you
can not perform editing on your computer from the
DVD. The DVD is mastered in Mpeg-2
Hybrid Variable Bit Rate (VBR) encoding.
you need to edit your films on a computer we can provide
you "FILES" on storage media such as a thumb drive or portable hard drive.
Please see Film Scanning
FILE FORMATS IN STANDARD OR HIGH DEFINITION
We can provide you both a DVD master disc and the
RAW film files at additional cost.
IS AVAILABLE WITH FILM SCANNING!
Don’t Think Years. Think Millennia. 1000
year disc for your DVD Archival Preservation Master and/or copies. Ask about
M-Disc or see more info below.
FILM PREPARATION & CLEANING PRIOR TO SCANNING
FILM CONDITION BEFORE SCANNING (TRANSFER) - CLEANING
& LUBRICATION: Single Frame Digital
Motion Picture Film Scanning™
All films are
prepped before transfer to repair bad splices and to look for potential bad
film, then cleaned using our
Kinetronics StaticVac Anti-Static Film Cleaner system.
After cleaning all films are lubricated and a preservative
added if required. If your film is in excellent
condition, lubrication & preservatives may not
be required, in this case we will only perform cleaning using the
Kinetronics StaticVac. This would be determined during visual inspection when
the films arrive at the lab.
OUR FILM CLEANING SYSTEM USED PRIOR TO LUBRICATION AND
StaticVac Anti-Static Film Cleaner is
a vacuum cleaner to be used on film. It utilizes an
electronic "bipolar" ionizing system. The StaticVac
produces both positive and negative ions for complete
static elimination. It will clean all film sizes up to
70mm (2.75"), including 35 mm, 120, and APS. As the film
is passed through the StaticVac, the ionization system
gets rid of the static on the film. Then, the gentle
StaticWisk brushes wipe dust and lint away. The vacuum
action draws the dust and lint into the foam filter.
Even digital ICE tool software does not replace the
StaticVac film cleaner for the removal of dust from both
sides of your film prior to scanning.
OPTIONS FOR YOUR DVD
ARCHIVAL PRESERVATION MASTER DISC
CLEANING/LUBRICATION/RESTORATION, SCENE BY SCENE COLOUR CORRECTION &
FILM REPAIR OPTIONS:
Scanning (Transfer) options:
- Additional film
cleaning with lubrication and preservatives.
- Secondary colour grading.
- Secondary grain
- Scene by scene colorization.
- Enhanced exposure of
under/over exposed scenes.
- Film restoration - complete
cleaning/lubrication/soaking of moldy, extremely dirty,
grimy film - Price per project SEE:
FILM RESTORATION AND RECOVERY
- Film repairs:
Films that have major
damage or majority of films that are mounted backwards,
major sprocket damage, broken, damaged film reels,
- New film
reels (if required or requested) price per reel and can size.
Additional charges apply...
- Sound film. Additional
charges apply to sound film.
DVDs for each film or separating films into groups
for particular DVD Masters. Additional charges
apply if you request or require your individual films to be on
separate DVD discs.
have major damage or majority of films that are
mounted backwards, major sprocket damage, broken, missing splices, extremely
dirty, additional charges may apply.
film smell like vinegar, moldy (white powder), warped, shrunk, twisted, water
or heat damaged? Then
your film may need recovery or restoration before transfer.
The film will be
inspected upon arrival to TMTV and if there are any
major issues or changes to the original estimate we provided
by e-mail we will contact you before proceeding.
TITLES OR END CREDITS -
We include with your DVD
master & copies a basic
on-screen main title & disc printing of your title. Example: SMITH HOME MOVIES or SMITH
FAMILY FILMS extra titles can be added through-out
your DVD Master at additional cost.
titles & or end credits can be created for selected points on the DVD. Titles
& credits just
like TV shows and the movies can be placed on the DVD.
can use any type of background (photos,
different colour & textured
backgrounds) and any type of characters. (Lots of options, ask about "On Screen title
CUSTOM INK JET LABEL PRINTING - We include
basic title info printed direct onto the disc. Custom printing is available.
LABEL PRINTING FOR YOUR DVD MASTER
We include ink
Jet printing direct to the DVD Master or the copies with your title
PRINTING IS AVAILABLE FOR YOUR DVD MASTER:
Jet printing direct to the DVD, FULL
Colour: (you can supply a photo or your
art work on CD or e-mail it to TMTV) and we can print it
directly onto the DVD disc and also make custom printed
inserts or trap sheets. (Layout/design charges apply for
all custom printing).
COPIES - DVD ARCHIVAL SUB-MASTERS FROM YOUR
MOVIE FILM DVD MASTER:
(We only use the
Highest Quality 100 Year Archival DVD discs) These
are a duplicate directly from your original DVD
master and include;
professional grade Archival DVD-R copies, hard plastic case
with full clear sleeve, ink jet printing direct onto the
DVD with your title information and on-screen title.
These sub-masters are
burned at slow speed using an Archival Preservation DVD
disc to avoid any errors on the disc and are considered
as-good-as the master.
Contact us for duplication
& printing prices.
DVD MASTER DISC OPTIONS
1000 YEAR ARCHIVAL
Don’t Think Years. Think Millennia. 1000 year
Archival. Your life engraved in stone. M-Disc™
DVD will play on your
DVD player or computer drive and is the longest lasting media
available. Last longer than hard drives, thumb drives, memory sticks
or ANY OTHER MEDIA.
ARCHIVAL PRESERVATION MASTER is
designed to last for up to 1,000 years, which means once
written, video, film, photos, audio and more can be read forever.
computer hard-drives and optical discs (CDs and DVDs), M-DISC™ preserves and
protects your files by engraving your information into a patented rock-like
layer, resistant to light, temperature, humidity, and more. In fact, The
U.S. Department of Defense put this to the test, and M-DISC™ was the only
solution that passed. The M-DISC™ cannot be overwritten, erased, or
corrupted by natural processes. Best of all, it’s compatible with any DVD
player, which means you can access your data anywhere and anytime.
GOLD DVD ARCHIVAL
DVD 24 KARAT
GOLD DIAMOND COATED PROFESSIONAL 100 YEAR ARCHIVAL
MASTERING 4.7GB DVD-R - MINIMUM DIGITALMASTER
IS ALSO AVAILABLE.
HD BLU-RAY: 25GB 100
year Archival Master
For use on (High Definition) Blu-Ray DVD players,
televisions & monitors only. For use on compatible Blu-ray
Disc players, computer and gaming drives that support
Blu-Ray. - Film must be exported in HD or 2K for Blu Ray
DVDs. Please go
here for High Definition Scanning information.
If you know the original
film recording speed this helps in determining the
correct speed when creating your DVD Master. Most
Regular 8mm & Super 8mm film speeds are between 16 to 18fps. This depended on the
original film speed setting on the camera. When creating
a DVD we normally use
a default 17FPS speed. You can request film speeds from
18FPS, 24FPS. Other output film speeds available
We use only
the BEST Kodak supplies in the processing,
cleaning, restoration and editing of motion picture film
ESTIMATE OR A QUOTE BY E-MAIL FOR YOUR FILM TRANSFERS
Before requesting an estimate by e-mail for your film,
please prepare a physical description of your film as
best you can. You may also send the film to our lab for
hands-on inspection and no obligation quote.
PLEASE PROVIDE YOUR NAME, LOCATION & PHONE NUMBER.
the format of your film, Regular 8mm or
the film have a sound track? (99% of Regular/double 8mm
film is silent), some Super 8mm film could have a sound
the approximate date? (This helps determine the type of
film and possible condition).
how long is each reel? measured in feet or reel size. (See chart
Regular 8mm & Super
8mm film reel sizes are as
||film speed @ 18 fps
||S8 3:31-R8 3:55
minutes (3" reel)
||S8 7:03-R8 7:50 minutes
||S8 14:07-R8 15:41
minutes (5" reel)
||S8 21:10-R8 23:31
minutes (6" reel)
||S8 28:14-R8 31:22
minutes (7" reel)
||S8 42:21-R8 47:03 minutes (8" reel)
you want to add titles or credits or
other introductory material to the
DVD masters and copies?
you want copies? (see above
"DVD COPIES OR ARCHIVAL
SUB-MASTERS FROM YOUR MOVIE FILM DVD MASTER").
HOW MUCH 8MM FILM CAN
FIT ON A DVD DISC?: Film scanned and uploaded to
an Archival Preservation Master
DVD-R in Mpeg-2 can hold approx. 1 hour or 850 feet of
Super 8mm or 765 feet of 8mm movie film.
We will transfer your films to the maximum length of
the DVD disc (1 Hour) at the best recording speed of XP for film transfers. If your films are longer than 1 hour we will put them on a
second DVD master disc as a set or depending on how large your order is you
may require a multiple DVD Master Set.
decay and damage does the film exhibit:
Does your film smell bad, look moldy or does it show physical signs
of a white powder or dirt and dust, colour fading, shrinkage, warping and
curling, image deterioration, tears,
broken splices, damaged perforations,
water damage or vinegar syndrome?
(See ""More info" below if your film shows any
of the above signs), otherwise just supply us the
following; Film condition: Excellent, Good, Poor.
Most Super 8mm
film is found to be in good condition,
some regular 8mm film & 16mm film can
be in poorer condition depending on its
age and stored condition. If your film is
in poor condition, has a white powder or
smells like vinegar (or just smells bad), then your film will
need to be cleaned, lubricated, restored
& preserved or recovered. If your film is broken
or the splices have come unglued or
separated then additional repairs/splicing/editing will have
to be performed. DO NOT USE HOUSEHOLD TAPE
TO REPAIR OR SPLICE YOUR FILMS, use only
the recommended film splicing tape or
glue. If your films are mounted
backwards on their original film reels
then they will have to be remounted. Any film reels that
are damaged, moldy or rusty will have to be replaced. More information on
film Recovery, cleaning, lubrication, restoration,
AFTER SCANNING: All your
original film material is returned along with the new
masters or copies after transfer. It is recommended that
you preserve all of your films and any media provided
through safe storage in a cool, dry environment. We
back-up and store your original film files along with
the edited file we created for your DVD Master for a
period of 30 days (Approximately 30 days from the time
you receive your order). It is recommended that you have
copies or sub-masters created directly from the master
as a back-up access copy before we delete your back-up
ORDERS TO THE LAB:
When submitting film to
the lab please number them
order of sequence, Example: 1,
2, 3, 4, 5. (do not use POST-IT Notes,
they fall off. Even if you do not know the
sequence of your films, please number them.
DO NOT MIX FORMATS WHEN
NUMBERING THE FILMS. MIXED
FILM FORMATS: R-8MM or S-8MM with or
without sound: If you have a
mixture of different film formats (a
combination of R-8mm, Super8, Super8 with, or without sound) we request that you
mix the formats when numbering your films in order of
transfer. Simply ensure that the order of your
transfer places all reels of a certain
format together (R-8mm, Super8 or
Super8 with sound
respectively) R-8mm is the older format
and would usually be transferred first,
then we would transfer Super 8. If you have 16mm film
it would be transferred to a separate DVD.
If you choose to
send films to our lab for transfer please e-mail or phone us before sending
so we can make sure you are fully informed about the
process, options available, pricing or an estimate based
on your volume and any required special shipping instructions. Let us know when and how
you shipped your films so we can keep track of
the shipment for you.
SENDING THE FILM TO TEAMWORK
print and sign the estimate or quote you would have
received by e-mail and send it along with
your film order.
used for basic submission information and to inform you
of our limited liability & guarantees. To receive an estimate or quote
with all pricing & detailed information please e-mail us
before sending your order. If you choose to send your films for a completed
hands-on inspection and no obligation quote without
an e-mail estimate, you must fill out and sign our
detailed order form:
If you are shipping your films to TMTV
we will e-mail you an order number once the films arrive and we will perform a
complete hands-on inspection on your films and
schedule the processing date.
If you are shipping from
the USA to Canada, PLEASE contact us BEFORE shipping for
important shipping instructions.
If you have
ANY questions please e-mail or phone.
pricing is not indicated, please contact
If any prices listed they are in Canadian dollars. Prices are subject to change
without notice, but will be confirmed
upon acceptance of the order by TMTV.
TMTVISION, SINGLE FRAME
, High-Resolution, Direct
are trademarks of TMTV, Blu-Ray™ is a
trademark of Sony Corporation, M-Disc is a Trade mark of
ęCopyright TMTV is Teamwork Media Television
Inc. a TMTV.net media company Nelson BC.Canada
CANADA & USA SINCE 1980
Ainsworth BC][Balfour BC][Boswell BC][Castlegar
BC][Christina Lake BC][Cranbrook BC][Crawford Bay BC ][Creston
BC][Elk Valley BC][Fairmont Hot Springs BC][Fernie BC][Field
BC][Fruitvale BC][Golden BC][Grand Forks BC][Greenwood BC- Midway
BC- RockCreek BC][Invermere BC][Kaslo BC][Kimberley BC][ New Denver
BC][Nakusp BC][Nelson BC][Radium Hot Springs BC][Revelstoke
BC][Rossland BC][Salmo BC][Sparwood BC][Slocan BC][Trail BC][Winlaw
British Columbia BC, Ontario ON,
Alberta AB, Manitoba MB, Saskatchewan SK, New Brunswick
Newfoundland Labrador NL,
Northwest Territories NT,
Nova Scotia NS,
Prince Edward Island PE,
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California,
Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia,
Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana,
Iowa, Kansas ,Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland,
Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi,
Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New
Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North
Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode
Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas,
Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington,
West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming