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How can I get old 8mm?? (Film reals from the 60's and 70's) into a digatal format???

Discussion in 'Video capturing from analog sources' started by sivioke, Sep 8, 2004.

  1. sivioke

    sivioke Member

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    Hey there I have some old reels of film that i would like to get into a digital format anyone have any suguestions???

    Thanks AD rules!!
     
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    you would have to find a device that would play your film reels through an analog output, either composite RCA or coaxial or something like that...
     
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    we offer 8mm film transfer to vcd format. price is abt usd50 per vcd. is this the ektachrome types without sound?
     
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    uh if they're on the tiny 8mm tapes than get a sony digital8 camera, a FIREWIRE card and cord, pop tape in, plug cord into camera and firewire card, play video.. and capture it using something like WinDV
     

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