San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 17, 2010
Digital Pickle, a leading provider of document, photo, video, audio, and film preservation services, has announced today that it that is now offering high quality full HD film transfers for 8mm and 16mm film at very affordable prices
Digital Pickle's HD film transfers of 8mm and 16mm film are performed on state of the art frame-by-frame HD telecine machines. The transfer process produces full 1080p (1920x1080) HD video which is then made available to customers on BluRay discs or as full quality digital video files or is down-converted to Progressive Scan SD video.
For more information and technical details on Digital Pickle's film transfer services please visit
"Digital Pickle has been offering film transfer services to consumers, businesses, institutions, and government agencies since 2004. We have been working on the new HD capability for the last month and performed extensive testing. We believe that customers would love this new service," said Arik Paran, Digital Pickle's President. "Our production process is highly optimized and thus we are able to provide the HD transfer service at very low prices," he added.
Technical details about the film transfer services is available at http://www.digitalpickle.com/film-transfer/technical-details.shtml
Digital Pickle digitizes movie film – convert film to DVD. We convert 8mm, Super 8mm, and 16mm film using high fidelity digital transfer technology. Our aerial-capture process produces uniform lighting, unmatched clarity, and stunning color depth. Your film is converted to digital video in the form of full quality digital video files and/or a playable DVD disc that is compatible with almost all DVD players.
Film projection in a dark room on a screen has unique visual characteristics and the film to DVD transfer process is aimed at achieving that effect as much as possible. Get your home movies to DVD with Digital Pickle.
Digital Pickle is a leading provider of photo, video, audio, and film digitization, restoration, digital imaging, and preservation services. With studios in San Francisco and Los Angeles, California, and with DiJiFi in New York, Digital Pickle handles orders from nationwide customers and processes them only at our studios.
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