16mm Film to DVD and Blu-ray

Transfer from 16mm film to DVD or Blu-ray

If you want to increase visibility and lessen the flaws, our media conversion professionals offer DVD transfer services. Want the sharpest appearance possible, without distortion? Then we may suggest converting your film onto a Blu-ray disk, instead of a basic DVD. The choice is up to you, but whichever way you choose to digitize your film, it will turn out to be a noticeably improved way to cherish important memories that have been captured in the past. We provide our digitization services to Minneapolis, MN locals and clients out of state. Two Squares we can offer our superior film transfer services at an affordable rate and in a timely manner.

The History of 16mm Film

Eastman Kodak introduced the 16mm film standard in the 1920s, as an amateur film format that was intended to serve the home enthusiast, business, educational, and government markets; as opposed to 35mm film that was used for major motion pictures at the time. Two Varieties of 16mm Film:

  • Silent 16mm film will typically have sprocket holes on both sides of the film.
  • Optical sound based 16mm film will typically have an visible audio track instead of the second set of sprocket holes.

Both formats can be converted to digital Bluray, DVD or other types of computer files by Two Squares.

Should I Have My Film Converted to HD?

Some transfer shops insist that high definition video is the only way to go.  This is true when it comes to capturing and post processing, but the final product doesn’t necessarily need to be put on a high definition Bluray disc. Two Squares offers HD film conversion options, but ultimately the decision is yours to make.

Our 16mm Film to DVD Transfer Process