Preserving stories from the past.

Time is running out for your old audio and video recordings, films, slides and prints. Not only are movie projectors, tape recorders, slide projectors and VCRs becoming harder to find, some tapes and films are deteriorating as they sit in your closet. Soon they will not be playable at all. Now is the time to preserve those memories before it’s to late.

With close to 50 years in the media production business, over half of that time in the analog era, we know the best way to handle film, tape and vinyl conversions. Each conversion job is customized to fit the condition of the source and your digital archiving needs.

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Legacy sources we can digitize.

  • Slides & Prints

  • 35mm Slides
  • Prints and Portraits
  • Large transparencies
  • Movie Film

  • 8mm
  • Super 8mm
  • 16mm
  • 16mm with Sound
  • Audio Tape/Disk

  • Open Reel Tapes (1/4, 1/2, Full Track)
  • Phonograph (LP) Records (35/45/78)
  • Audio Cassettes
  • Other Formats (Provide Device)
  • Video Tape

  • DV, Mini-DV, HDV
  • 8mm, Hi-8mm
  • Digital-8

Delivery Options

CD | DVD (Set-top playable or DVD-ROM) | Blu-Ray | Flash Drive | Portable Hard Drive | Upload to Sharing Service
Quantity bulk duplication/replication of disk media or Flash drives is available. Flash drives with corporate branding or unique shapes also available.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: Material you created (slides, photos, home movies, audio recordings) may be copied and shared freely. HOWEVER, copyrighted materials (book/magazine images, pre-recorded tapes, phonograph records, VHS movies, or 16mm films) may be transferred to digital FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY under the Fair Use provision of U.S. Copyright law. Source recordings must be retained while a digital copy is in use. The digital copy must be destroyed if the copyrighted source recording is sold or given to another person. Copyrighted material may not be physically shared, uploaded to a media sharing service, or used in a commercial production without permission and license from the copyright holder(s). Digital Rights Management (DRM) and copy protection schemes in the source material may prevent digital transfer.  Click Here for a complete discussion of copyright.