Convert Cine Film

We can digitise 8mm, Super 8, 9.5mm and 16mm Cine Film to DVD or digital.

Convert Cine Film

We can digitise 8mm, Super 8, 9.5mm and 16mm Cine Film to DVD or digital.

How it works

It's simple and easy

STEP 1

Send

Arrange collection or post
your media to us

STEP 2

Convert

We digitise it to the formats
of your choice

STEP 3

Deliver

We return your digital media,
along with your originals

Service Features

See what you get when you use us

Blank tapes are included for free

Free blanks

You’ll be pleased to know, we never charge for blank cine reels.

Bulk discounts are applied to orders of 5 or more video tapes

Bulk discounts

Based on the quantity of your order, we offer discounts up to 25% off. (Starting from 5 or more cine reels)

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Free Return

We'll return your digital copies along with your originals using a tracked postal service.

We use professional VCR decks to transfer your tapes

Frame by Frame Scanning

Each frame is scanned in full HD (1080p).

Free repairs included in the video transfer service

Free Repairs

Our technicians can repair most problems that occur with old home movies.

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Real time updates

We update you when your order arrives and when your order is dispatched.

We support all consumer film formats:

Regular 8mm

Kodak created the 8mm film as a cheaper and smaller alternative to the 16mm. Released in 1932, it began the boom in home movies and was commonly used up until the 1990s when Kodak stopped producing it.

Super 8mm

If Regular 8mm began amateur film making, then Super 8 revolutionised it.  Introduced in 1965, the cine film provided a convenient and more affordable option for consumers. Transfer your Super 8 to digital to keep your memories living on.

9.5mm

The 9.5mm film format was introduced by Pathé (a French film company) in 1922. It was of a higher quality compared to the 8mm film and was commonly used in cartoon films, such as Mickey Mouse and Betty Boop. Convert your 9.5mm film to DVD to relive your films today.

16mm

A common format for television and low-budget motion pictures in the 1930s. It gave amateur filmmakers a cheaper alternative to 35mm. Today, many digital cameras try to replicate the style of the 16mm format. Alternatively, you can keep the authenticity of your films by converting your 16mm reels with us.

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Convert 8mm Cine Film to DVD, Memory Stick and Cloud

Do you have old 8mm cine film that you want to preserve digitally? Our transfer service digitises your cine film so that it is easy to watch and backs it up in a safe format for years to come.

It’s easy to think because cine film is the oldest video format, the quality is likely to be poor, but luckily this is not the case at all. Cine film scanning can produce fantastic results as each frame is made out of photographic film. This allows a vast amount of quality to be stored. By utilising the latest frame by frame scanning technology, we can provide high definition videos, which perfectly preserve your old home movies in digital format.

Which Format Is Right For You?

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Cine to USB

We convert your 8mm cine to digital and supply them on a single memory stick, which you can use on Windows, Mac and most modern televisions.

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Cine to Cloud

We convert your cine to digital and upload them to the cloud. An access link is sent to you by email which allows you to stream and download your videos.

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Cine to DVD

We convert each reel onto a single DVD. The titles from the tapes or provided list are printed on the surface. Works in any DVD player or disc drive.

How We Work

We understand that your tapes are irreplaceable, so we have designed our service around ensuring the safe transfer and return of your media. We have two methods of getting your tapes to us, we can arrange courier collection or you can post them to us yourself. Once your tapes have been converted we keep backups for 30 days after the order has been completed and return your originals along with your digital media via a tracked postage service.

Your videos are played back and digitally captured with the best equipment. Our technicians carefully monitor each transfer for optimal video quality and convert it to the digital media of your choice. In this form, your videos are easy to view, store and share.

FAQs

Can you put cine film onto DVD?

Cine can be preserved on DVD, and this is a great way to protect your family movies in the years to come. Digital Converters specialise in preserving old home movies and provide an affordable solution to transfer your cine film to DVD.

How do I get my film digital?

If like many you no longer possess a cine projector the best thing to do is sent your film to a specialist to transfer. We can transfer any old 8mm, 9.5mm and 16mm cine film to digital, and work with thousands of families to preserve old movies.

How much does it cost to transfer 8mm film to DVD?

Our prices range from £12.99 to £7.27 per reel depending on the quantity of reels you need to transfer.