When you decide to digitize home videos and films it is important to consider how you will use the movies over time. Many people used to choose to convert their home movies to DVDs. However, now most choose to have purely digital files created and saved onto a hard drive […]Read more »
Saving Tape Media Conversion, a leading media restoration and conversion company based in Minnesota, has successfully restored and digitally transferred in High Definition (HD) complete Golden Gopher Men’s basketball games from the original 16mm film reels shot in the 1950’s. Saving Tape recently donated the High Definition digital files to […]Read more »
In 1991 civil war broke out in Somalia, leading the way for a mass exodus of refugees into Kenya, and then two years later, to Minnesota. Today we have at least Somali refugees living in the Twin Cities. The vast majority are hard working, law abiding citizens. Sadly, however, there has […]Read more »
About a year ago, a fellow named Thupten Dadak visited the Saving Tape studio. Thupten owns the Heart of Tibet store in Linden Hills, MN. He also happens to be one of the first Tibetans to move to Minnesota over 20 years ago. There are now over 2,500 Tibetans living […]Read more »
Today we wanted to give introductions to the people you will see when you come into the studio. We will be telling you about interesting things of which all of us are involved in future posts, so this will be a reference to put faces to the names. Kyle Sobczak- […]Read more »
When it’s winter and cold out in Minnesota, what better time to make a psychedelic stop-animation film. Enjoy this 16mm animation by Jean Cowan with music created by Philip Shorey.
This is a kind reminder for parents this Christmas to allow their kids to play with their own toys. It doesn’t matter how cool you think it might be. Music created by Philip Shorey. Special thanks to the Mojsilov family.