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Since 2010 ANU Media has become one of the favoured choices for film transfers throughout the UK. With a caring and honest approach we’re happy to help take care of your treasured family films and photo’s and restore them back to how they were meant to be seen.
-Daniel (film editor)

Film Transfer Specialists – Cine Film, VHS & More to DVD

Cine to DVD TransferWelcome to ANU Media and thank you for taking the time to visit.  You’re here because you’ve likely inherited some old family films, have been clearing out your attic and stumbled across an old box of cine films, or maybe you’re just looking to get that old wedding video converted to DVD as a nice little gift – whatever the reason I hope we can help with our film transfer services.

We’ve been operating  as a business since 2010 specialising in 8mm/Super 8 cine film transfer, whilst also converting many other formats to DVD and Blu-Ray.  We have over 10 years of experience in film transfers and we love it!  Having a young family ourselves helps us appreciate your films and photographs even more and we treat every order as if it was our own.  Take a look around and if you need any advice then please don’t hesitate to get in touch – we look forward to hearing from you…

Cine to DVD

Cine to DVD

With over 10 years experience and now specialising in 8mm and Super 8 cine film transfer, we’re offering one of the best services in the UK today.

Since introducing high definition transfers on to Blu-Ray in 2011 things have never looked better.

Our transfer system has been our biggest and best investment as a film transfer business, with a frame by frame capture in full 1080p we imagine there’s not much out there that beats the quality produced.  Other industry standards such as cool LED lighting, edge to edge sharpness and a flicker free process makes this service the one that we’re most proud of.

It’s not “HD or nothing” though and if you’re not geared up for high definition then you’ve got 2 great options – have your films transferred in HD and get a free DVD copy with it, or just have your cine to dvd.  Using the HD capture source we can still render out in standard definition – saving you some pennies in the process!

Video and Camcorder Transfer

Video to DVD

Our video and camcorder tape transfers continue to be a popular options when mixed with our amazing value for money paired up with this level of service.  Under the guidance of a sophisticated digital transfer box, your videos are captured straight onto our hard drives as fully uncompressed DV footage, where we then take every capture into our editor for minor adjustments and touch ups before doing a full quality render of the films.

This IS NOT a standard DVD/Video Combi Recorder process!  For more information on the process be sure to take a look at the video to dvd page.

Slides and Photo Transfers

Slides & Photo Scanning

Producing some of the most stunning results we can achieve in any of our services, this slides, photos and negatives scanning service is a real breath-taker.  We scan images at resolutions ranging from 800dpi up to 4000dpi depending on the original size, creating huge images that we can then move in to Photoshop and look over for any remaining blemishes.

Every image is clean upon being placed in the scanning frame, along with any glass on the scanner between every scan.  The powerful scanning software running with our system uses the infra-red mechanics of the scanner to distinguish any remaining dust on the photo/slide and continues to produce a beautiful scan using it’s powerful algorithms.  we DO NOT use Digital Ice due to our opinion of the feature not being up to par with the service we prefer to offer.

Once scanned, we take a look over each image and do any further touch ups required such as cropping the image correctly and removing any missed dust speckles (within reason), and then do a final save ready for you to take away.

The latest from the Blog...


20% Christmas Discount!

The Christmas build up is finally in full swing! To give it that extra nudge we’re giving you a 20% discount on cine film transfers! Just run your order through the form and it will automatically remove the discount for you.

Also, with the launch of our new editing tutorials – we’re giving you an additional 5% discount if you opt for MP4 ONLY on your format! This won’t show on the form but will be removed on the final bill!

These offers will be available up until closing on 5th December! All Christmas orders will be guaranteed up until the end of this offer, after that it will be a first come first served basis so don’t miss out!

Tutorial: Edit your cine film transfers and create DVDs!

Doing a quick edit on your films really isn’t too difficult, it’s all about know what button does what! We’ve put together 2 quick videos (about 30 mins each), the first one goes through the editing process and the second video shows you how to build a DVD Menu and burn to disc. We’ve opted to use free software (available to both Mac and Windows platforms) that is available to us and just to note that these tutorials were created on MAC so there may be some slight differences in Windows versions – but hopefully not too much! We hope these videos help and look forward to seeing what you create!

Part 1: Editing your films (click here to view on YouTube)

 

Part 2: Creating and burning your DVD (click here to view on YouTube)

Heading into Christmas!

November – what a cracking month it’s been so far! We’ve managed to catch up drastically on cine transfers and with birthdays and other crazy jobs it’s been a hectic half to the month. We’re now rolling out the Christmas offers (20% off!) and have finally managed to sneak in time to put together some tutorial videos for editing your films and then creating DVDs from them, all using free software!

More info to follow and we’re now finally beginning to feel the Christmas Spirit kicking in! Plus I got to photograph Nigel Benn recently at a local event which was all fun!

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