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 »
Saving Tape Media Conversion was recently asked to create high definition digital movies from four very special 16mm film prints. These film prints were made from the original Super 8mm films created by students who participated in the Film In The Cities educational program from 1970-1980. The new initiative called […]Read more »
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 […]Read more »
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 […]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 »
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!
The crew at Saving Tape walks you through all the different video and audio formats that can be converted to digital media.