Film to Digital or DVD
DiskBank offers stunning 2K, HD and SD transfers of 8mm, Super 8 & 16mm film.
With Perth’s only 2K film scanning camera, we are now able produce superior transfers for Super 8, 8mm and 16mm film. 2K offers a much higher resolution than HD, with a superior and dynamic range that allows for richer blacks and brighter whites. We are able to transfer this into a digital file, then onto a USB, hard drive or SSD. You can bring in your own USB, hard drive or SSD – or purchase one through us.
No matter what quantity, condition or format your film is in, our frame by frame, flicker free film transfers are available for you. We offer standard definition, full high definition or 2K, we transfer to digital file (all resolutions), DVD (SD only) or Blu-ray (SD or HD only).
Why choose DiskBank for your Film transfers?
- More than 25 years experience
- Quality guarantee
- Leaders in high definition and 2K film technology
- Service oriented company
- Regular reinvestment in latest technology
- 100% Australian Owned
We’ve developed our frame by frame film transfer process over more than 25 years and are confident we offer the highest level of quality anywhere in Australia.
Why capture your footage now?
With most 8mm, Super 8 & 16mm film reaching the age where degradation is starting to set in, we strongly advise you convert your footage to a digital medium. If your film shows signs of fading, mould, shrinkage or warping it is likely that its deterioration has commenced. The most common sign of deterioration is referred to as “vinegar syndrome”, a condition characterised by the vinegar like smell. This issue affects acetate based films and results in break down of the film until it is unusable.
Further information can be found at the following links:
- High Definition or Standard Definition?
- 2K & HD Conversion and Restoration
- Our film transfer process
- 8mm, Super 8 and 16mm film transfer pricing
- Information about film condition
- High definition film transfer information
- Film Transfer methods compared
- Guide to film reel lengths
Call us now on (08) 9388 0800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your project.