Our film transfer services at Rocky Mountain Audio Video Productions, Inc. include outputting your film to DVD, Blu-Ray, external hard drive, or Media Player. Please give us a call or contact us at RMAVP if you have a special request or questions.
|OUTPUT TO >>>>>>>||DVD or|
|8MM & Super 8mm||.20/ft||.25/ft||N/A||Included||Add .10/ft|
|16MM||.20/ft||.25/ft||Included||Add .12/ft||Add .10/ft|
|Additional DISC copies||$10 ea||$30||Minimum film transfer charge $25||Scene by scene color correction $65/hr|
Digital Media Player
|$269 Includes a 1TB digital media player, set up, and loading your film transfer. All you do is plug it in your TV and start watching!|
|Transfer to Hard Drive||Native telecine Digital file transfer to Hard Drive $25||Color corrected files are $50/hr of film time|
|Creation of Apple Pro Res File||$125/hr of film time|
To keep our film transfer service at the highest quality, we consolidating your smaller 8mm reels onto a larger 7″ archival reels. If you prefer that we DO NOT consolidate your smaller 8mm reels onto larger reels – please let us know at the time of placing your order - an additional charge of $2.50/reel will be added to your order.
Transfer Film to an External Hard Drive
We can transfer film directly to an external hard drive. If you want disc’s with your film transfer AND a digital copy onto a hard drive, please add $25 for the hard drive transfer.
Note: if you are providing a hard drive, please make sure it is formatted NTFS and no other files are on the drive. You can also purchase a hard drive directly from us, please call for the latest pricing.
We offer 2 standard choices for outputting your HD film transfer to a digital file
1. AVI File with Mjpg codec: This codec is very common and will work in almost all edit systems. Depending on how the film was shot, our telecine software will add frames to reach the 30fps NTSC Standard for DVD/Blu-Ray Authoring or for import to an edit system. Film Transfers with Audio: AVI files will have the audio embedded with the file.
2. JPG Image Sequence: Individual JPGS sequentially numbered. This option is ideal for archiving of the film. There will be exactly one jpg for each frame of film. If the film was shot at 18 fps, that’s the speed the image sequence will play back at. This image sequence may then be brought into an edit program and slowed down using the edit software. Film Transfers with Audio: For JPG Image Sequence transfers, we will generate a separate WAV files that are frame-accurate and synchronous to your film transfer.
Standard Definition File Format:
AVI File with DV Codec: This format will work with Most edit systems and will allow for encoding to DVD. If you have audio with your film, the audio will be imbedded in this file.
Don’t know how many feet you have – Please download our film reel size chart (PDF)