At DNY quality is not only our goal – it’s our obsession. We use better technology, better skill-sets, and most importantly take the actual time needed to provide a higher quality digital transfer of your analog film media.
Unlike the rest, our service is uniquely centered around providing genuine slow speed frame by frame SCANS of analog film (8mm, Super 8mm, and 16mm film) to digital files using the same equipment as the Academy of Motion Picture Archives and USC Archives so our results simply look beautiful. We take our time in color correction and employ delicate image restoration, striving to give your media new life in a digital equivalent as good as the original.
No job is too big or too small. We contract for large companies, nonprofits, universities, and organizations. We pride ourselves on open, clear communication all with the knowledge that your material is inherently personal and irreplaceable.
So go ahead and reach out! We know you’ll be glad you did.
We digitize the following formats : Standard 8mm (Regular 8), Super 8mm, and 16mm film.
And we keep it simple. Basic and Complete. HD and SD. All orders are completed at full quality regardless of output.
1920 x 1080P RESOLUTION : HD TV
720 x 480P RESOLUTION : DVD QUALITY
16MM OPTICAL AND SUPER 8 MAGNETIC SOUND FILM @ 24BIT 96 KHZ HI FI
MEDIA ASSEMBLED & TRIMMED FOR OUTPUT
BASIC + COLOR CORRECTION AND RESTORATION
Every order is handled in 3 steps.
And we always keep you in the loop.
Media is inspected and cleaned with non toxic solvent. Any damage is repaired if necessary.
Media is consolidated in preparation for scanning.
Media is slowly scanned frame by frame to uncompressed HD files using superior imaging and optics.
Our process is completely sprocket-less allowing gentle transfers of sensitive and damaged materials
with ease. Multiple passes are used as necessary to ensure optimum results.
Files are slowly and carefully color corrected to achieve a natural image. “Turned” Color is restored to the most
natural possible balance. Delicate image restoration is employed where necessary.
ALL FILES ARE FINISHED AT HIGHEST POSSIBLE QUALITY REGARDLESS OF
MOV / AVI / IMG SEQ
HARDRIVE/ DVD / FILE UPLOAD
* Customers may provide a hard-drive or purchase one at store price
To place an order or for a quote,
CALL, TEXT or EMAIL us :
We won’t take payment info until your material is received and
nothing will be charged until the order is complete and confirmed with you.
For orders over $500, we charge a 25% deposit applied to the final total once completed.
For all orders received by mail or courier – once your shipment arrives
we will reach out to go over everything! It’s always a good idea to contact us
ahead of time, but if you can’t or don’t have time no problem : just be sure to
include your contact information.
All orders are assigned an estimated date of completion. We pride ourselves on fast turn arounds.
During high turn over periods, orders needing to be met by a specific date (e.g less than a week etc)
can be done so for a rush fee. Inquire for more info.
When your order is complete we’ll reach out to go over absolutely everything!
A summary of your order will be confirmed with you for invoice. Once invoiced
your order will be ready to for pick up/delivery or to ship out!
All materials sent to us are always returned including boxes and labels.
All orders are carefully packaged and shipped via FedEx, Courier or DHL.
Free Rush Delivery is available in New York City
for all orders over $250.00
The best way to get an estimate is to determine the amount of
film you have. For help with a quote, CALL, TEXT or EMAIL us! :
We won’t take payment info until your order is received and nothing is charged until your order is completed.
Your order will always be invoiced and confirmed with you before anything is charged.
For any order over $500, we charge a 25% deposit applied to the final total once completed.
We offer 2 transfer resolutions – Standard Definition and High Definition at
2 service levels – Basic and Complete. HD Complete is the Best Quality.
Price per foot is as follows :