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Author: Topic: 16mm transfer
miffy
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Posted: Fri, 24 Sep 2004 05:53PM
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I have been asked to convert several cans of 16mm film to DVD. Anyone have experience with this? Thanks.

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Author: Topic: Re: 16mm transfer
timhore
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Posted: Mon, 27 Sep 2004 07:20PM
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Hi miffy,
I have done just this. I had to convert 16mm film with separate mag track to DVD. The route I went was to convert the film to digi beta, zap it into FCP and then into DVD. The company that did the film transfer were based in Perrivale West London. Called Colour Film Services, I got in touch through a third party supplier. I have also been told that the national motor musuem in Beaulieu may also have the ability. Hope this helps

Tim


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