Public Television Production Features Saving Tape Film Transfers

Twin Cities Public Television recently premiered a TPT co-production titled "Women Serving in War". The program features three generations of Minnesota's military women who share their stories of service from World War II to Vietnam to Afghanistan. Produced with MN Dept of Veterans Affairs.

Producer Stephanie Hallen, worked with Saving Tape Media Conversion to digitize a portion of the source material used in the production - namely 35mm slides and 8mm movie film.  The 35mm slides were scanned to .jpeg format, utilizing digital dust and scratch reduction to maximize the image quality for incorporation into the production timeline. The 8mm film was cleaned and repaired, then scanned in high definition, utilizing progressive frame-by-frame technology.

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FOX 9 News features Saving Tape Media Conversion

FOX 9 anchor Tom Butler discussed media conversion with Saving Tape owner, Thor Anderson, providing helpful tips for families. Enjoy the segment and give us a call!

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Saving Tape Film Transfers Featured in Indie Documentary "Legends of Ska"

Minneapolis filmmaker Brad Klein will debut his full-length documentary Legends of Ska in Minneapolis in November. Already praised at film festivals around the world, the film tells the story of Ska music and musicians. Saving Tape was tapped to digitally scan 8mm and 16mm film footage to be used in the movie.

Over the course of the last several years Brad has been scouring a variety of 8mm, 16mm and Super 8 film sources to find segments of footage to help illustrate the mood of the times portrayed in his film. Saving Tape cleaned the film and transferred it to HD digital files which were incorporated into the film narrative.

Minnesota Public Radio arts reporter Euan Kerr has posted a detailed article on the film - including photos, audio and video clips from the movie. Click here to view the article: Minnesotan's film captures the magic of Jamaican ska

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MN State Fair Exhibits Saving Tape 8mm & 16mm Film Transfers

This year the Minnesota State Fair unveiled a new History & Heritage Center, a centerpiece of the new West End Market. The center was developed in partnership with the Minnesota Historical Society  and the Minnesota State Fair Foundation. Saving Tape Media Conversion was tapped to digitally transfer, in full HD,  the historical 16mm film which is interspersed throughout the Heritage Center by way of interactive kiosks. Much of the film footage features early Grandstand Shows such as automobile races and other spectacular stunts such as airplane "barnstorming".

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MN Historical Society Partnership


Saving Tape Media Conversion has been utilized by the media curation team at the Minnesota Historical Society to digitize a large archive of historical 16mm film footage. The footage ranges in subject matter from rare footage of logging practices in the early 20th century, to a collection of films related to the Minnesota State Fair.

These HD digital film transfers will be utilized in future exhibits which are currently in development. Both Minneapolis, St. Paul and communities all over the state value the Minnesota Historical Society as the premiere curator of media related to our state's history. Their media collection includes photographs, audio tapes, 16mm film, 8mm film and Super 8 film and much more. 

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Happy Savingtape Clients -- Our film transfer clients include the Minnesota Historical Society, the Hennepin History Museum and others. We gladly provide free output samples on film archive projects over 5,000 feet.