This short video gives you a quick look at the most common cine film formats, including standard 8mm, super 8mm, 9.5mm cine film and 16mm cine film.
Alive Studios can transfer your cine film sound for you, but some customers prefer to capture the sound themselves - either because they enjoy the process, or to keep the budget down. If you transfer the sound yourself, you will no doubt experience some humming and hissing, and perhaps electronic interference. We have made this handy video to show you some simple techniques to eliminate these distracting sounds, using Audition from Adobe.
This short video gives you a quick look at the most common video tape and camcorder tape formats, including VHS, Betamax, VHS-C, Video 2000, Hi8, Digital 8, MiniDV, U-Matic, Betacam SP/SX.
The most versatile format is the Digital Copy. Works on any computer, phone, tablet or TV. (Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad, Android TV, AppleTV and SmartTV). Take your movies with you, and share them with your friends and family Anytime, Anywhere. We give you one file for each reel, named or numbered as you like. You’ll also receive a file which is all the reels blended seamlessly from one into the next for easy sit-back-and-enjoy viewing.
Choose from HD or 4K Ultra HD. Supplied on USB stick (or hard drive) in MP4 format. (Data Rate 10mb/s 4.6GB/hr).
"If I order a ProRes version of my transfer, will it work in Movie Maker?" Answer: yes (if you follow this simple guide) If you order an editable version of your film from Alive Studios, we will give you Quicktime ProRes files. (.mov)