HD format If you have a Mac computer go into your applications to ‘utilities’. Reformat your drive to EXFAT. Then yo can save window files and MAC files on your drive. This is especially useful for photos and video files.
We have been digitizing slides, film, photos, video tapes, audio tapes, even photo albums since 1997. We are a home based company in Portland Oregon. Yes, Dave and Lorelei will archive your media on disks, hard drives, or even flash drives. Call us at 503 253-7027. We have fast turnaround times.
Before your remove your external flash drive or hard drive make sure to eject it properly. On a Mac, you can drag the drive to your trash. Then wait. If you had a lot of large files on the drive open them you need to make sure they are closed and not being backed up […]
Organize or not organize your photos
We will digitize your super 8, 8mm and 16mm film at $.18 per foot. We can digitized film direct to a DVD or digitize direct to a hard drive. DVD’s will have your film running together continuously while digital files can or have the other option. If you want your reels to be recorded as […]
Cost to digitize: $14. up to an hour or $28. up to 120 mins. Video direct to a DVD disc can lower costs by placing your tapes on one DVD to fill 2 Hr. We include 2 tapes with an additional charge of $5. per tape when they are all on one DVD (2 hrs). […]
We can digitize your film to the format that you need and place it directly onto your external hard drive. MOV and MPG 4 Formats file sizes: MOV is a MAC based video format and a large file format preferred by MAC based users. MP4 is a smaller file format preferred by PC users. How […]
If you are asking this question then it is time to digitize your videotapes. Age will contribute to the loss of your videotape media for a number of reasons. First of all, it is getting more difficult to find quality video players to watch your tapes on. When videotapes have not been played for a […]
If you have been working on your family history and archiving your media, are you keeping track of where everything is? Saving our digital photos in folders that are labelled by the year they were taken is quite easy. We can even open folders within those to place special events such as weddings, birthdays, trips, and […]
If you have some of the older negatives and need them digitized, we can probably scan them. Recently we scanned several rolls of negatives that were from the old spy cameras. These are very tiny, probably 8mm but they actually turned out very good. We also scan the 110 mm negative and slides and the […]