Film conversion is the process of transforming analog film to a digital format. Converting film to digital format provides more flexibility during the post-production process than the use of traditional analogue techniques. Having more flexibility in turn means greater control over image quality. During the digital editing process each scene is manually color corrected, exposure and gamma levels are properly calibrated and image filters are applied to restore the film's original clarity and sharpness. The numerous techniques we employ to ensure optimum picture quality is what distinguishes Icehouse Pictures from it's competitors.
Your films are irreplaceable and that is why it is extremely important to choose the right place when having your 8mm film converted to DVD. You can't just trust anyone on the internet with your precious memories. You need to have your film transferred by an experienced and reputable company. A film transfer lab that will take the time to ensure that your 8mm film conversion is done properly. At Icehouse Pictures we have extensive experience transferring film. We use the latest state-of-the-art frame-by-frame motion picture HD film scanner. It incorporates a high resolution camera which slowly scans each individual film frame in full 24-bit color. The same scanner that is currently used by the Academy of Motion Picture Film Archives and the USC Hugh Hefner Film Archives. We also use the most advanced video editing software available to guarantee that you will receive one of the highest quality film conversions in the industry.
Icehouse Pictures in Plymouth, Massachusetts converts home movies captured on older formats such as 8mm, Super 8 film, VHS , VHS-C, Hi8, Video 8, and Mini-DV into digitally remastered versions on DVD. For more information on a film conversion please visit our website at: www.icehousepictures.com