Have you cleaned your attic, basement or closet and found boxes of old home movies and pictures? If so, then you’re not alone! In fact, many folks have actually come across 16mm movies from the 1930s and 1940s.
“Terminator 2: Judgment Day” (Ultimate Edition). This two disc collection contains some of the most incredible DVD features ever put on disc. The 8mm Film to DVD Miami may not be quite as good as the new one, but it has the ability to watch either cut of the film with out having to switch discs. I still prefer the original cut, but the nice features and bonus material are very informative, useful and easy to navigate. I would never leave home with out this DVD…even if it is 6 or 7 years old.
Little has changed since the release of Super 8mm film in May of 1965. It comes in 50 foot lengths, and it is loaded into plastic cartridges. Once the film is exposed it is sent to a lab, which returns the film in a plastic spool. These spools represent anywhere from 2 1/2 to 5 minutes, depending on the speed you shot the film in. In order to make a movie, you will have to splice a series of shots together in the right sequence until you end up with the desired effect.
Choose a music genre that’s easy to listen to and will work well for varied scenes. Stay away from rock ‘n roll, or other strong-beat music that may not be appropriate to go say, with peaceful scenes of swimming in the lake. Classical music is popular as background music to silent films, but even then you have to be selective, go with popular light classical as opposed to Shostakovich dissonant cords.
The most common type of film transfer is film to 4×6 print. When doing this type of film transfer New York is maybe the best. There are dozens of both private and public companies available to you to move your pictures into all types of prints. One can make 4×6’s for a photo album of a 5×7 for something that one may want to put on a desk. One could even make an 8×10 to hang on a wall. There are even novelty items like mugs and t-shirts that one can put a picture on. When one is doing this type of film transfer New York is very accessible to anyone’s needs.
These rules barely scratch the surface. Start by following them and when your footage looks more respectable, you’ll be ready to study the hundreds of other things you see the pros do in great movies and on TV that makes their footage dazzle.
After reading the tips above, you may have more interests in shooting a new DV. Just try, you need more practice. The most common storing format of DV camcorders are AVI, DV, MTS, and TOD. So if you want to make your video more like a film, you need to edit them in a professional video editor (Windows Movie Maker, or FCP). But sometime video compatible is a problem, for example, you may need to convert avi to mpeg with avi to mpeg converter. Many useful tools can be found online.