Professional Film Transfer

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Film to Digital

We are the only studio in the UK that can transfer any gauge of film to any format of digital media on a professional broadcast telecine machine. Currently we are retooling and accordingly cannot accept client film for transfer at this time.

The large machine on the right is a Bosch Film Scanner and is used to transfer cine film for broadcast, archive or post-production to digital media (including DVD and the new Blu-ray High Definition Discs). The Bosch caters for the sensitive handling of your delicate film material for transfer to Digital media 

                 Samples of work by our studio can be seen on YouTube.

      See the Bosch in action here:-

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                          We can provide a free sample transfer of your film to DVD.

                We can provide you with a free information pack and DVD upon request. 
                        Use the contact us section of this site to make your request. 

If you then decide to use our facilities, you will receive a free evaluation DVD of your final transfer. This is to be sure that everything is to your total satisfaction before  completion of your order.

Your final digital master can be produced to a 24 carat gold DVD, which offers a storage life well in excess of 100 years (or alternatively on digital media such as a hard disc or miniDV in accordance with your instructions). More information is available on our DVD



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