Need a movie converted to DVD? We can convert just about any video format to DVD for
you. From current formats such as Hard Drive camcorders, Mini Dv, and even cell phone
videos all the way down to formats of past generations such as VHS tapes,VHS-C, S-VHS,
8mm tapes, Digital 8mm, Hi8, 8mm film, Super 8 silent or sound, Beta Max, motion picture
films, and 16mm film to DVD with the option of inserting custom menus, titles, and disc
labels. We can make you as many copies as you would like! We can also convert the
above formats to new digital formats such as flash video (.flv), .mp4 or any other popular
digital video format used by websites and social networking sites such as youtube,
Facebook, myspace, vimeo, or your preferred video hosting website. You even have the
option of capturing a still frame from your video to a photo.
- VHS, VHS-C, S-VHS to DVD: VHS tapes appeared to the public around 1976 but
were not widely used in households up until the late 1980's due to affordability. VHS
remained a popular format up until the release of the DVD in the late 1990's. There are
many advantages to converting your old out-dated VHS tapes to DVD. Unlike VHS
tapes DVD's do not lose quality over time from being played back, and DVD's are not
prone to breaking or being erased from exposure to magnetic fields. This conversion
service is very affordable, and well worth the investment as these precious moments
captured on VHS will not stand the test of time. This also applies to VHS-C, 8mm, hi8,
and digital 8 tapes. Contact us and preserve your precious home movies on DVD
- 8mm, Hi8, Digital 8mm to DVD: We also convert 8mm, Hi8, and Digital 8mm tapes
to DVD so you can preserve these memories forever. Unfortunately 8mm, Hi8, and
digital 8 tapes suffer from the same down falls as VHS and are no longer supported as
a popular video format. Contact us today to convert your 8mm, Hi8, or Digital 8mm
tapes to DVD.
- 16mm, 8mm, and Super 8 Film to DVD: Wolfe Audio Visual specializes in
transferring your old films silent or sound to DVD. 16mm film was introduced in 1923
and received a boost in popularity in 1935 with the addition of optical sound tracks.
Eventually the home market merged to 8mm and super 8 film due to lower cost.
However over the decades the colors and pigments in the film begin to degrade and
become transparent. By digitizing your film some of the color can be restored
digitally in less severe cases of pigment degradation. The availability and costs of
the projectors to view films is also becoming an issue with this medium. Don't let this
stop you from enjoying these treasured memories and let Wolfe A\V convert your
films to DVD today!
- Mini DV, DVC to DVD: Mini DV was introduced in 1995 as an effort by major
camcorder companies to establish a new affordable high quality format standard.
Mini DV and DVC tapes are well known for being used for professional editing
applications, but Mini Dv is also used by many consumers. Dv is still a common
format in use today. Wolfe A\V can convert Mini DV to DVD or on a disc as an .avi, .
mp4, or your preferred digital video format maximizing compatibility on a computer
for ease of use in post production and archiving.
- Digital File Conversions: Wolfe A/V also offers the service of high quality
conversions of digital audio and video files to just about any desired format such as:
avi, asf, mov, rm, rmvb, flv, mkv, mpg, 3gp, m4v, vob, YouTube videos to avi, mp4,
wmv, swf, flv, mkv, MPEG-1 and MPEG-2, mpg (PAL or NTSC), mp3, wma, ogg,
aac, wave, m4a. We can convert any of the above DVD conversion services
to these formats as well!
16mm film reels
Digital File Conversions
Photo Touch up
Negatives to print
Sport Highlight demo reels