Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 7, 2007
There is the old way of digitizing video and there is the Life Preserver way. Life Preserver Digital Archiving, LLC announces its new archiving service, the internal, direct capture of 8mm and Super 8 film. Targeted to help baby boomers preserve their most treasured memories, Life Preserver uses a custom built telecine machine to direct capture 8mm and Super 8 to a hard drive.
Projecting and re-recording is the most common method of film transfer. It's a cheap and easy way of digitizing film, but the quality of the digital video suffers. Life Preserver uses a frame-by-frame method and a color restoration service to preserve the entire film and prevent it from additional aging and deterioration.
Life Preserver uses the highest quality scanners and a proprietary scanning system to ensure the best digital transfer of media. Life Preserver also digitizes photos, slides, negatives and VHS. Once digital, we offer it back to the client on whatever portable media storage device they desire. We come to their home or office. We'll pick up their media, take it to our office, scan, restore and archive it and return the originals and their digital counterparts looking better then they ever have. Everything is done onsite in Los Angeles.
About Life Preserver Digital Archiving, LLC
Life Preserver Digital Archiving was founded in 2006 to help families preserve, protect, and share their family photographs and home movies. Life Preserver protects analog media collections against catastrophic loss and lets families duplicate and share their photographs, slides, and films with loved ones. Life Preserver is based in Los Angeles, California.
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release contact James Myers or visit http://www.digitallifepreserver.com.
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