film

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Film doc features Super 8

Saving Tape Super 8mm film transfers are featured throughout the recent documentary film by Maya Washington. Through the Banks of the Red Cedar tells the story of Maya’s father Gene Washington, a star football player at MSU in the 1960s when racial integration in Big Ten football was still new. Gene would eventually […]Read more »

16mm Film Featured in Book

Minnesota author James Eli Shiffer’s newly published book “The King of Skid Row” uses numerous images throughout the narrative that are derived from a frame-by-frame high definition (HD) scan of a vintage 16mm film titled “Skid Row”. Saving Tape Media Conversion restored the 16mm film and output sequential .jpeg images […]Read more »

Hennepin History Museum Partnership

The Hennepin History Museum – located in Minneapolis, Minnesota – recently partnered with Saving Tape Media Conversion in the digital scanning and archiving of recently discovered 16mm film footage from the Minneapolis Aquatennial, circa 1943. The footage represents a critical missing link in the museum’s film footage. The Hennepin History […]Read more »

Testimonial from Susan S.

Saving Tape did an excellent job of converting slides and home movies from my parents’ estate. The conversion represents a lifetime of my father’s hobby of photographing and filming family events and vacations. Each sibling has a flash drive and DVD of the archive, and the original slides are ordered […]Read more »

Testimonial from Jim B.

 I’ve used Saving Tape for 16mm home movie conversion, slide scanning, and VHS digitization. In regards to their results and service, I have two comments. First, the technical quality of the work is exceptional. Their investment of equipment and knowledge to digitally scan film is apparent in the results. Compared […]Read more »