The first home movies were recorded on 16mm film back in 1923 and for decades families have captured precious memories on reels like this. These film reels are difficult (even dangerous) to view on an old projector and they’re getting more delicate every year, so we encourage our clients to get their reels digitized as soon as possible. We want you to watch them instead of worry about them.
We digitize all major formats of home movie film using a gentle, frame-by-frame digitization process using the best professional equipment.
What kinds of film reels do you convert?
What digital file format do you deliver?
How do you deliver the digital files?
Can I preview my film reels before deciding what to digitize?
How do I know how much film I have?
Is is safe to have my film digitized?
What resolution do you use to digitize film?
Do you offer 4k film conversions?
Do you clean film before digitizing it?
What if my film is damaged?
What if my film is brittle and cracking?
Do you do any digital post-processing to the videos?
How are the converted files named and organized?
How can I watch my converted home movies?
Can I edit my home movies after they've been converted?
How can I share my converted home movies?
At Chaos to Memories we help families enjoy their memories again with archival photo scanning, video conversion, and digital photo organization. Contact us for more information or to get started on your Photo or Video Archive Project.