We can transfer your 16mm, Super 8 or Standard 8 on to DVD to watch and enjoy, or to computer video files or miniDV
tape for you to edit at home. We digitally enhance your films to make them more vibrant, clearer and brighter.
Film Formats. We can work with virtually all types of silent and sound cine film including 16mm, Standard 8 and Super 8 from the 1920's right up to the latest film projects by students using Super 8 and 16mm.
Our Cine to DVD transfer comes
with a professionally produced
Return Post & Packing at cost, Royal Mail Recorded or Special delivery
Please note that we only charge for the actual length of film not the reel size
8mm / 16mm Scanning to high end formats such as HDV, DVCAM, BetaSP & DigiBeta also available. Please ask for costs.
ESTABLISHED 1st MAY 1986. NOW IN OUR 27th YEAR
Super 8/8mm/16mm Cine to DVD, QuickTime, AVI or MiniDV Service
How it's done:- Each film is transferred by a triple CCD high definition (HD),
recording 1080 picture lines. This is then transferred to a computer as a digital file where
it is reviewed and enhanced. The high definition film capture enables us to capture each film at its optimum quality.
We remove any blank sections from your home movies, add music and titles if desired
and output to DVD. Our cine to DVD service produces
excellent results and there is no flicker or centre hotspot with our cine processing method even on very old 16mm 16 frames per second film.
If necessary, speed adjustment, colour correction and film grading is undertaken during the enhancement
stage. This is free of charge and ensures a quality restoration of colour balance for your films.
We are so confident that you'll be impressed by the quality of our film conversion service that we offer a Free Demo DVD. This DVD shows a sample selection of the film transfers that we can do and the quality obtained. Please contact us for your free copy. No follow up sales calls are made.
Remember ordering extra copies of your DVD for friends and family is only £7.50 per DVD, at time of order. Additional copies supplied later £10.00 per DVD.
Excelsior Films Ltd who have been digitising films since 1986 always keeping pace with the latest technology
to ensure the very best results for our clients. Film transfer is overseen by Paul McGrath who has
been involved with film since childhood and has a large personal archive of 8mm & 16mm cine films.
We have transferred many large and small family collections, company archives and museum collections for viewing or long term storage.
Why Choose Us For Cine Film Transfer?
Established in 1986 Cine Conversions is run by two very experienced film technicians, Paul and Claire.
We use the highest quality transfer equipment to ensure the very best results.
We operate a UK wide mail order service or you can come and see us personally at our studios near Gatwick.
You can call us and talk to us personally.
All work is carried out by us at our premises, no sub-contracting.
Fast turnaround with same day option if required.
A demo DVD is available to see examples of our work.
If you would like a more bespoke service then you can come and sit with us while we edit.
Cine Transfer Information
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Review of Cine to DVD/Film Transfer - What Our Customers Say
We are always very pleased to hear feedback from our cine to dvd conversion service.
I asked Excelsior Film & Video to transfer my old Super-8 cine films to a format suitable for my home computer. Their service and communication were excellent but I wasn't prepared for the impact of the finished films. The quality is simply amazing. Each frame is individually captured so there is no flicker. I can now move frame by frame through my most treasured memories. Thank you Excelsior, a fully professional and affordable service. I would recommend them to anyone wishing to revisit films that remain forgotten in the attic......Mr P K Joyce 4th May 2012