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We specialize in professional film scanning of S35mm and 35mm film to HD video. Our new ProHD film scanning service scans the film at 2K (2048×1556) and down converts it to provide the best quality HD video possible. In addition, our automatic scan time Restoration will remove 80-90% of grain and dirt. All this for about 1/2 to 1/3 the rate charged in a typical Hollywood movie studio.

Have a large film archive that you want scanned on site? Contact us to learn more about our mobile 2K/4K scanning service.

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*Scanning only. This does not include the cost of the output format(s) like DVD, ProRes, DPX, etc.
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35mm To HD

35mm is a professional format used by Hollywood for decades. Hollywood never cut any corners. 35mm film has around 3000 to 4000 lines of horizontal resolution.

We now offer a Pro HD 35mm film transfer that scans the film at 2K and then down converts it to HD video, making the HD video look almost as good as the 2K scan. The ProHD 35mm to HD transfer will produce much better results than scanning the film at HD. This is a 35mm to HD trick Hollywood has been playing on us for years. They scanned 35mm film at 2K and down converted it to produce the best quality DVD or BluRay you will get.

If you are looking to get the 2K archival files for present or future use we have a 2K 35mm film transfer process as well. Getting the 2K DPX editing files, which come with the process for free, will allow you to not only make great looking 35mm to DVD but great looking 35mm to HD BluRay and will allow you to make what ever comes after BluRay.

For 35mm film, we also offer a 4K 35mm film transfer process. This process will truly archive your 35mm film and will future proof your investment in the scan.

In addition, if you are looking for a little Hollywood technology to clean up your 35mm film (grain, dust, dirt, etc.), we have that also at a fraction of the cost. Our restoration technology cleans up 80% of the defects on the film.

35mm to DVD 16mm Film Restoration