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 »
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 »
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 »
They did a great job with a couple audio and video conversion projects from me and their price was good too. Thanks so much for the awesome work!
One of the most common questions we get is – should I convert my video tapes to DVD’s or digital files? Watch this video short for the answer!