Film Transfer Pricing

We offer both flat rate and hourly pricing depending on the project. If you’re not sure how much your project may cost please give us a call at 678.238.0800 or contact us to send a quick message.


Flat rate Home Movie 8/S8mm & 16mm Transfers:

  • 8mm film rates based on 3-inch 50 foot rolls
  • 16mm film rates based on 100 foot rolls
  • All Flat Rate 8mm & 16mm Film Transfers include DaVinci Bestlight level/color correction and use of our Wetgate System.

Minimum Order is $75 on all film transfers.

Per-roll pricing is as follows:
(*8mm - 50ft. / 16mm - 100ft.)

Standard Definition (720 x 480) - ProRes 422 SD/MP4
1-19 Rolls - $19.50/ea
20-80 Rolls - $17.50/ea
80+ Rolls - $15/ea

High Definition (1920 x 1080) - ProRes 422 HQ/MP4
1-19 Rolls - $25/ea
20-80 Rolls - $23/ea
80+ Rolls - $20/ea

2k Resolution (2048 x 1536) - other dimensions available upon request
1-19 Rolls - $35/ea
20-80 Rolls - $33/ea
80+ Rolls - $30/ea

4k Resolution (3840 x 2160)
1-19 Rolls - $45/ea
20-80 Rolls - $43/ea
80+ Rolls - $40/ea

QUANTITY DISCOUNT PRICING AVAILABLE! CALL OR EMAIL FOR MORE INFO!

Professional 2k and 4k Scanning Rates:

Available for the following formats: 16/S16mm and 35mm. All rates include use of Wetgate system

  • ProRes 2k - $0.35/ft.
  • ProRes 4k - $0.45/ft.

DaVinci Resolve Color Correction - $195/hr

EXAMPLES OF OUR TRANSFERS

Additional costs:

  • Sound – $4/Roll
  • Film prep & breakdown – $50/hr – Includes leadering, hand cleaning, cement splices, and buildup onto 400ft archival reels, allow about 1 hour per 500-800ft. of 8mm – 1,000ft. of 16mm depending on condition of film
  • Storage media: 32/64GB USB3 flash drives – $20/30
  • 1TB USB3 Drives – $85
  • Basic DVD (no sound – basic menu) – $35
  • Complex DVD (sound + detailed chapters) – $95
  • Basic Blu-Ray – $50
  • Complex Blu-Ray – $145
  • Extra copies of DVD’s/Blu-Ray – $10/ea

Questions? Need a Quote?

Talk to a film transfer expert at 678.238.0800 or click the "Get A Quote" button to get started.

What Kind of Film Do I Have?

You can either measure the width of the film or compare the number of perforations (sprocket holes) with the image below. Film Size Chart