We are listed with KODAK Motion Picture Transfer & Processing (developing) Facilities and serving Canadian & USA customers since 1980 - We are a company you can trust with years of experience and using the latest, state-of-the-art motion picture film scanning (Transfer) equipment. We will beat ANY competitor's pricing in North America that offers the same quality of motion picture film scanning and provide further discounts.


TRUE Single Frame Digital Motion Picture Film Scanning™ (Transfer) - one frame scanned at-a-time

Each frame of the film is stopped, scanned and advanced to the next frame. Each frame can take seconds to scan not frames scanned in seconds...this is TRUE single frame film transfers.

TRANSFER IN SD (standard definition) or HD (High definition)

A single frame of Super 8mm film scanned in HD from our TMTVISION Digital Motion Picture Film Scanner. Click on the photo for a larger image.

Film scanning of 8mm, Super 8mm, Super 16, 16mm silent or sound, colour, B&W or negative motion picture films for home movies, the professional movie maker or for our film recovery, restoration and archival services. Film is scanned (transferred) and can be output to: HD Blu Ray DVD, SD DVD or many of the file formats for editing on your computer.

Film is scanned (RAW, however we do provide "Best Light" exposure and White "balance") each frame of film is individually scanned, uncompressed in HD onto our hard drives. Once there, we can view the scanned files immediately and then export them in standard definition (SD) or high definition (HD) files placed on a portable hard drive that can then be plugged into your non-linear computer edit system (NLE) and then edited. There are options to provide post scene by scene color and exposure/density correction and exported to a completed movie in various files of your choice or make DVD or Blu Ray HD Master discs for playback and distribution.


We scan at 1080p HD to a 24 bit 8:8:8, progressive format in16:9, 1920 wide x 1080 high. We have found that 720p is actually high enough resolution to carry all the useful detail within a super 8 or regular 8mm frame. However, if you have HD editing software, a computer that can handle HD video and/or HD TV and Blu Ray DVD player then 1080P HD video files or Blu Ray DVD masters is an option. The quality is exceptional.

After scanning, we can export your transferred movies to several file formats, which are all PC or Mac compatible: M-JPEG .MOV QUICK TIME AND NUMBERED IMAGE SEQUENCE IN JPEG, PNG, BMP OR TIFF IMAGES.



.MOV QUICK TIME video files in the MOTION JPEG (M-JPEG) codec.

 Though sometimes conversationally mistaken for the MPEG codec, please note that the "M"-JPEG codec is NOT the same thing as MPEG. The preferred M-JPEG codec maintains individual data for each frame of film on a separate digital video frame while the MPEG codec uses information from preceding video frames to fill in missing information on the next video frame.


SAMPLE OF: Numbered image sequences, otherwise known as Individual Image Frames or Image Sequences (sequential still image files) what we call NIS files. This jpeg image frame was originally scanned RAW (with no colour or exposure correction) at 24 bit in High Definition. The RAW images here, has been reduced in size for display on the website. We can provide colour grading (best light) colour and adjust exposure during scanning, but when going to (NIS) we usually scan RAW and output to the NIS file format of your choice so all colour/expose can be manipulated in post with either a video editing program or a photo program such as Photoshop .

A folder with every frame of film scanned RAW on an individual, digital still/image frame that is numbered sequentially. These frames can be in JPEG, TIFF, PNG, or BMP in SD or HD. (Most common file type used by our clients is JPEG or TIFF).

This image sequence can be imported with a mouse click as one group into most NLE systems where the NLE will automatically string the individual frames together to create a video file using the codec that is unique to that system. Final playback speeds can be applied using the speed change function on your NLE timeline.



Files are NTSC video (North America and Japan) but we can output to PAL.

High definition video files are native 720p or 1080p, depending on the needs of your NLE system.

Numbered Image Sequences and .MOV Quick time can be SD or HD 720p or 1080p.

NOTE: All HD video files and HD image sequences are 16:9 with black pillar bars on the left and right side of the film frame. There is no option to fill the entire 16:9 digital frame with a film frame because the different aspect ratios would mean losing film frame content due to cropping. If you want to fill the 16:9 digital frame with a film frame, you will need to crop or stretch using your NLE system.
We can create HD video on Blu-ray Disc or SD video on DVDs for playing on your Mac, PC NLE system, Blu Ray or DVD player or export files to a portable hard drive, SD cards, USB flash drive or DVD M-Disc for file storage, archiving and later use. NOTE: Files are very large and USB flash drives, SD cards and DVDs are limited by the amount of information (files) that can be stored. The BEST option for file storage when dealing with a large amount of files is a portable "plug and play" 3.0 USB hard drive.

Safe on film: The film scanner features a safe scan zero image area contact at the gate and rubber guide rollers that handle the film only by the edges for maximum film safety. No sprockets, no advance claw, no capstan, no pinch roller, no belts, means no film damage. These custom built Digital Film Transfer Scanner Systems are also used for our Film Recovery, Archival and Restoration scanning (transfer) service.

Whether you need SD (standard def) or HD (high def transfers), all films are scanned at full 1080p uncompressed. Files are then down-converted to your choice of format from the original HD uncompressed scans for maximum clarity.  

SETTINGS FOR SCANNING: Our system will be color & white balanced before transfer and we will maintain average uniform exposure. If you choose us to transfer your films to the “NIS (Numbered Image Sequence) FILE” format, they will be RAW files and the transfers will have color and brightness that can be enjoyed "as is". But final brightness, contrast & gamma along with RGB control and color correction can be performed on your edit system to suit your personal taste. NOTE: If you are having TMTV create and edit a completed DVD or BluRay disc after transfer, all footage can be colour, exposure and density corrected by our Colorist.


Create WAV or PVM audio files from our Optical Sound Reader for 16mm or Optical/Magnetic Sound Reader for Super 8 with single or two track sound in real time from the audio track of the motion picture. Uncompressed WAV files are created at 48bit quality for both right and left channels. Audio WAV FILES allows for immediate use in any editing program or archival storage.

We can provide complete audio restoration and re-master from the magnetic sound strip (track) from Super8mm or optical sound track from 16mm film and the WAV audio file can then be synchronized with the scanned film to create a completed sound movie. Special services are available for 16mm optical sound film.

THE AUDIO CAN BE ENHANCED BY REMOVING CLICKS, POPS AND CRACKLES, CLEAN & BOOST  LOW AUDIO. If you are choosing us to edit your film, the sound track can then be replaced back with the film to produce clean, clear audio to go along with your moving pictures. Otherwise we can simply supply the WAV Audio Files for you to edit on your editing program.


FILM CONDITION BEFORE SCANNING (TRANSFER) - CLEANING & LUBRICATION: Single Frame Digital Motion Picture Film Scanning™  All films are cleaned, lubricated and preserved and prepped before transfer to repair bad splices and to look for potential bad film. If your film is in excellent condition, cleaning lubrication may not be required, in this case we will only perform basic cleaning and or lubrication. This would be determined during visual inspection when the films arrive at the lab.

FILM RECOVERY & RESTORATION: Films that are in poor condition such as bent, warped or brittle will have to be put through our recovery process and can only be transferred by digital scanning to avoid further damage to the film. Click on the link:  Film recovery includes the cost of Single frame scanning.

PROCESSING TIME: Average processing time for TMTVISION Digital Single Frame Scanning is 5 business days. This does does however depend on how large your order is and how busy the lab is at the time of your films arrival at our lab. Please contact us before sending in your footage for specific delivery times, especially if you are facing a tight deadline for a particular project. RUSH ORDERS CAN BE ACCEPTED but this depends on current work load and the size of your order. This would determine the length of time it takes for transfer. Additional charges apply for rush orders. We have several scanners to handle large orders in a short period of time.




WE WILL BEAT ANY COMPETITORS QUOTE: We will compete with any written quotation offering the same level of service & give you further discounts. Find "ANY COMPANY in North America" that offers lower prices and the same quality of service on single frame digital film scanning and we will beat their price.  Please e-mail the quote or quotes (BEFORE SHIPPING YOUR ORDER) from any other film transfer facility. If they truly offer equal quality of service at a lower regular listed price then we do, we will beat their price. Guaranteed!

Super 8, Regular (Standard) 8mm & 16mm

PRICES INCLUDE: Scanning, film cleaning/lubrication/presevation & minor repairs, "Best Light Colour Grading" (unless requesting RAW files for doing your own post work or if we are providing NIS files - then no Best light is provided) Options for film wash, additional film preservative, scene by scene colour grading and/or correction, enhance any dark underexposed or light overexposed parts of your movie if we are providing you a "completed" movie.

Each frame of film is stopped in the gate, exposed then advanced to the next. Resulting in spectacular film image quality! Other companies offer frame by frame but they transfer the film at several frames per second which is NOT true single frame film scanning.

SOUND FILM:  We can provide complete audio restoration and re-master of the optical or magnetic sound strip (track) from Super8mm or optical sound track from 16mm film, to WAV files at 48bit quality. Additional charges apply for sound film.

You are only charged for the exact amount of film that is scanned Once your transfer is complete, we calculate exactly how much film (by the foot) was transferred and invoice you for that amount and pricing based on your quote.

(Minimum charges apply, Contact us for a full pricing and quote with discounts on quantity).

We can save files and can upload to:

Numbered Image Sequence (NIS) in SD or HD in JPEG, PNG, BMP OR TIFF compressed on Portable Hard Drives, USB or SD cards.

Motion-JPEG .MOV files in Quick Time Movie HD or SD on Portable Hard Drives, USB or SD cards at 16fps to 24 fps (depending on your cameras original film recording speed). Film originally shot at 24FPS must be output to Numbered Image Sequence (NIS) and speed change applied at the desired 24FPS when requiring .MOV files. Additional charges may apply for film requiring a speed change.

AVI or XD Cam in SD or HD of your entire movie on Portable Hard Drives.

DVD & BLU RAY: We can create a "movie" from your films on DVD in standard definition or Blu Ray discs in high definition with main titles for playing on your DVD or Blu Ray home player. Maximum content for SD on a 4.7GB DVD-R is one hour and maximum content in HD on a 25GB Blu Ray DVD is 2 hours.


Have you had your films transferred with us in the last 34 YEARS and want to upgrade your transfers to and have them scanned to HD or SD and uploaded to our latest media formats? HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO RECEIVE UP TO 50% DISCOUNT ON YOUR FILM TRANSFER If you originally had TMTV transfer your films back in the 80s, 90s or 2000s to ANY of our previous media formats such as VHS, 3/4", BETACAM, MINI-DV, DVCAM or AVI you may qualify for discounts of up to 50% off our regular listed prices + further discounts based on your quantity. All you have to do is provide the original media along with your movie films and any type of proof that TMTV provided your original transfer and we will give you half off our listed prices. (Some restrictions apply, please contact us for complete details).


NOTE: Customer supplied media must meet our specifications for ANY file formats. Please contact us BEFORE sending or including your media with your order.

Once we have scanned your film, we record it onto your choice of media. When choosing your recording media, it is helpful to think of your film in terms of data. More data means more quality. A hard drive stores the most data, which is why we highly recommend having your films transferred to an archival file format and those files placed on a portable hard drive. Saying that, you then need the computer and hardware to be able to handle the large files, the computer software and knowledge to be able to edit your films that gives you the freedom to rearrange scenes, and add titles and or music.

HARD DRIVE: For file storage. Will be pre-formatted in NTFS (not Mac/Fat32) on a portable, plug and play 3.0 Superspeed USB hard drive. 1TB to 3TB drives $100 to $200.00. IMPORTANT: Customer Supplied Drives: You may provide your own new portable hard drive, it must be: USB 3.0 "PLUG AND PLAY" MAC & PC compatible but currently formatted for NTFS, with NO other files on the drive (they will be deleted when formatted) The drive must not require AC to make your drive operate...hence "Plug and Play". Your drive must have adequate space to hold your files. Attention: The reliability and integrity of client supplied drives is the SOLE responsibility of the client and may be subject to file loading fee.


TMTV will loan you a portable plug and play superspeed 3.0 hard drive containing your files so you don't need to pay the added expense of purchasing a hard drive (you only pay for the return shipping). The hard drive will be pre-formatted in NTFS (not Mac/Fat32) and will be a plug and play hard drive size from 500GB to 3TB. You would receive the Loaner Portable Hard Drive with your order and then you can download and copy the files to your hard drive or back up media and then return the Loaner Portable Hard Drive to TMTV. The hard drive must be shipped back within 5 days of receipt to TMTV via; Expedited, Xpress Post or courier WITH a minimum $200.00 insurance policy provided by the courier and A TRACKING NUMBER. NOTE: If you fail to return the hard drive within a reasonable amount of time you would be charged for the hard drive. You will NOT be responsible for the loss or damage to the drive if returned by the above shipping methods.

3.0 SUPERSPEED USB STICK/THUMB DRIVE: (All thumb drives are pre-formatted in NTFS). We can deliver HD files or SD files on a portable USB 3.0 thumb drive. Contact us for current pricing for 16, 32 or 64GB. Customer Supplied Drives: You may provide your own new thumb drive, it must be: USB 3.0 MAC & PC compatible but currently formatted for PC (if applicable). Your drive must have adequate space to hold your files. Attention: The reliability and integrity of client supplied drives is the SOLE responsibility of the client and may be subject to a file loading fee.

SD CARDS: USED FOR INDIVIDUAL FILES SMALLER THAN 4GB. (SD CARDS are pre-formatted in NTFS). HD & SD files can be placed on a SD card. Contact us for current pricing for 16, 32 or 64GB class 10. Customer supplied SD Cards - please contact us for our specifications before sending your order. Attention: The reliability and integrity of client supplied drives is the SOLE responsibility of the client and may be subject to a file loading fee.

NEW PRODUCT! Don’t Think Years. Think Millennia. 1000 year Archival. Your life. Engraved in stone. M-Disc DVD will play on your DVD player or computer drive and is the longest lasting media available. Last longer than hard drives, thumb drives, memory sticks or ANY OTHER MEDIA.

DVD FORMATS:  For file storage or for a completed film project ready to play on your DVD or Blu Ray player in SD or HD.

M-DISC - DVD: M-DISC™ is designed to last for up to 1,000 years, which means once written, video, film, photos, audio and more can be read forever. Unlike computer hard-drives and optical discs (CDs and DVDs), M-DISC™ preserves and protects your files by engraving your information into a patented rock-like layer, resistant to light, temperature, humidity, and more. In fact, The U.S. Department of Defense put this to the test, and M-DISC™ was the only solution that passed. The M-DISC™ cannot be overwritten, erased, or corrupted by natural processes. Best of all, it’s compatible with any DVD player, which means you can access your data anywhere and anytime.

PRICE: $50.00 per hour to authorize to M-Disc + cost of disc - Contact us for current pricing.

SD MASTER GOLD DVD 24 KARAT GOLD DIAMOND COATED PROFESSIONAL 100 YEAR ARCHIVAL MASTERING 4.7GB DVD-R (we only use the Highest Quality DVD-Rs), hard poly plastic case with full clear sleeve, inkjet printing direct onto the DVD (with your title information) & the DVD menu title.

PRICE: Standard-def (SD) DVD auto-play. $50.00 per hour minimum charge for mastering + cost of disc.

HD BLU-RAY: 25GB 100 year Archival Master Disc For use on (High Definition) Blu-Ray DVD players, televisions & monitors only. For use on compatible Blu-ray Disc players, computer and gaming drives that support Blu-Ray.

PRICE: HD  Blu-Ray auto-play disc. For delivery on $50.00 per hour minimum charge for mastering + cost of disc.

INK JET LABEL PRINTING FOR YOUR GOLD, M-DISC OR BLU RAY DVD MASTER We include FULL Colour Ink Jet printing direct to the DVD with your title information: (you can supply a photo or your art work on CD or by e-mail) and we can print it directly onto the DVD (minimum order applies if you supply photos or artwork).

DVD & BLU RAY SUB-MASTERS FROM YOUR MOVIE FILM DVD MASTER: (we only use the Highest Quality DVD-Rs) These are a duplicate from your original DVD master and include; professional grade DVD-R or Blu Ray disc, hard plastic case with full clear sleeve, ink jet printing direct onto the DVD & menu title. DVD & Blu Ray sub-masters and are burned at a slow speed, they are considered as-good-as the original Master.

DVD OR BLU RAY COPIES  FROM YOUR MOVIE FILM DVD MASTER: (we only use the Highest Quality DVD-Rs & Blu Ray discs) These are a duplicate from your original master and include; professional grade DVD-R or Blu Ray discs, hard plastic case with full clear sleeve, ink jet printing direct onto the disc & menu title. Contact us for duplication pricing: e-mail or phone


HD Mini-DV, SD Mini-DV, SD DVCam all available in 16:9 or 4:3 format

HD MINI-DV (HDV 60 minute Pro master) $15.95 each + $50.00 per hour minimum charge for mastering + cost of the tape.

SD MINI-DV (SD 60 minute Advanced master) $9.95 each + $50.00 per hour minimum charge for mastering + cost of the tape.

DVCAM (30 to 120 minute master - no chip) Current price + $50.00 per hour minimum charge for mastering + cost of the tape.


Super 8mm film & Regular 8mm reel sizes are as follows:

Length film speed @ 18 fps
50' S8 3:31-R8 3:55 minutes (3" reel)
100' S8 7:03-R8 7:50 minutes (4" reel)
200' S8 14:07-R8 15:41 minutes (5" reel)
300' S8 21:10-R8 23:31 minutes (6" reel)
400' S8 28:14-R8 31:22 minutes (7" reel)
600' S8 42:21-R8 47:03 minutes (8" reel)

Super 8mm sound or silent film reel sizes at 24fps are as follows:

Length film speed @ 24 fps
50' S8 2:30 (3" reel)
100' S8 5:00 (4" reel)
200' S8 10:00 (5" reel)
300' S8 15:00 (6" reel)
400' S8  20:00 (7" reel)
600' S8  30:00 (8" reel)

16mm home move film reel sizes at 18fps are as follows:

Length original film speed @ 18 fps
50' 1:57 minutes = 3" reel
100' 3:55 minutes = 4" reel
200' 7:50 minutes = 5" reel
400' 15.41 minutes = 7" reel
600' 23:31 minutes = 8" reel
800' 31:22 minutes = 10" reel
1000' 39:12 minutes = 11" reel
1200' 47.03 minutes = 12" reel
1600' 1 hour 2 min = 13" reel

16mm (sound or silent) professional film  reel sizes at 24fps are as follows:

Length original film speed @ 24 fps
50' 1:23 minutes = 3" reel
100' 2:46 minutes = 4" reel
200' 5:33 minutes = 5" reel
400' 11:07 minutes = 7" reel
600' 16:40 minutes = 8" reel
1000' 27:47 minutes = 11" reel
1200' 33:20 minutes = 12" reel
1600' 44:26 minutes = 13" reel
2000' 55.33 minutes = 14-7/8" reel

Some older 16mm film speeds are 15 to 18fps. This depended on the setting on the camera. If outputting to .MOV files we would normally use a default 17FPS speed. If the film is silent or sound at 24fps we would convert the numbered image sequence in our editing software and then output to 24FPS in AVI-HD or supply you with NIS files and (if sound) provide a WAV audio file and you can sync in your editing software and output your film to a file of your choice.

Before requesting a quote for your film please prepare a physical description of your film as best you can. You may also send the film to our lab for a no obligation inspection and quote.

Please supply the following:


Phone Number:


How you heard about TMTV?

What is the format of your film, Regular 8mm, Super 8mm, 16mm or 35mm?

Does the film have a sound track? (99% of Regular/double 8mm film is silent, some Super 8mm or 16mm film could have a sound track). If you see a brown strip or stripe on either 16mm or Super 8mm in could be sound. If your 16mm has sprocket holes on one side of the film only and not both sides there could be an optical sound track or magnetic sound track (brown stripe). If you don't know we will check for this during our inspection process.

What is the approximate date? (This helps determine the type of film and possible condition).

Approximately how long is each reel? measured in feet or reel size. (See chart sizes above).

Is the film colour or black and white?

Is it negative or positive film? (8mm and Super 8mm is usually positive film).

Is the film on reels or cores? 8mm and Super 8mm film would normally be on reels. Some 16mm & 35mm may be on cores.

What file format do you require? IF YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT FILE FORMAT YOU REQUIRE AT THIS TIME DON'T WORRY, WE CAN HELP YOU WITH THIS DECISION. There are MANY options including: High Definition (HD, Standard Definition (SD) in the following file formats including; Numbered Image Sequence Images (NIS), .MOV, DVD in SD, Blu Ray HD masters and/or copies. We can create copies of the masters for distribution to family and friends. The DVDs we create are not copy protected so you can make your own copies if you wish. Make sure you only make copies from the master to maintain quality.

IF wanting DVD masters will you want to add titles, credits, menus or other introductory material to the masters and copies?


What decay and damage does the film exhibit: Does your film smell bad, look moldy or does it show physical signs of a white powder or dirt and dust, colour fading, shrinkage, warping and curling, image deterioration, tears, broken splices, damaged perforations, water damage or vinegar syndrome? If on metal reels are the reels or cans rusty? (See ""More info" below if your film shows any of the above signs), otherwise just supply us the following; Film condition: Excellent, Good, Poor.

Most Super 8mm film is found to be in good condition, some regular 8mm film & 16mm film can be in poorer condition depending on its age and stored condition. If your film is in poor condition, has a white powder or smells like vinegar (or just smells bad), then your film will need to be cleaned, lubricated, restored & preserved or recovered. More information on film recovery and restoration: Does your film smell like vinegar or have a bad odor, warped, shrunk, brittle, twisted? Then your film may need recovery before transfer.

We provide;*minor repairs & film cleaning, minor scratch removal If your film is broken or the splices have come unglued or separated then splicing/editing will have to be performed.  *Minor repairs: Broken or missing splices, minor sprocket damage, films mounted backwards re-mounted will be repaired or corrected. Films that have major damage or majority of films that are mounted backwards, major sprocket damage, broken, missing splices or extremely dirty, additional charges may apply. Any film reels that are damaged, moldy or rusty will be replaced at additional cost.

The film will be inspected upon arrival to TMTV and if there are any major issues we will contact you before proceeding.

FREE FILM INSPECTION: You may ship your films to us for a complete hands-on inspection and quote with no obligation. If you choose not to have your films restored, cleaned or transferred after inspection by our technicians you would only pay for the shipping to and from our lab.


SUBMITTING ORDERS TO THE LAB: If you choose to send films to our lab for transfer please e-mail or phone us before sending so we can make sure you are fully informed about the process, the options available and shipping instructions.

When submitting film to the lab please number them CLEARLY in order of sequence, Example: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. (do not use POST-IT Notes, they fall off).

MIXING FILM FORMATS: R-8MM, S-8MM, 16MM with or without sound: If you have a mixture of different film formats (a combination of R-8mm, Super8, Super8 with sound or 16mm) we request that you do not mix the formats (or splice R 8mm with Super 8mm) if possible. If you require us to switch between formats for particular reels adds significantly to the transfer time and could result in an additional service charge. To avoid this simply ensure that the order of your transfer places all reels of a certain format together (R-8mm & Super8, Super8 with sound, 16mm or 16mm with sound respectively).

PAYMENT A deposit may be required in advance of scheduling digital film scanning transfers. Once your films arrive at the lab, we will inspect your films and provide a complete no obligation quote. If you choose to go ahead with your transfers, a deposit may be required when scheduled for transfer. Deposit is usually 25% of the estimated/quote total. We will let you know IF a deposit or upfront payment is required at the time of placing your order.

SHIPPING More info: You may ship to our lab however you choose, however please ship by a reliable courier or by US or Canada post and get a tracking number. Return shipping to your destination will be included in the price quoted if your order has a value of $300.00 or more and is within our weight for free shipping. Orders will be returned to a Canadian or US address ONLY. USA CUSTOMERS (IMPORTANT) IF SHIPPING FROM THE USA; PLEASE READ OUR SHIPPING INFORMATION:

PRINT, FILL OUT, SIGN & SEND WITH YOUR ORDER: ORDER FORM FOR: DIGITAL FILM SCANNING & FILM RECOVERY/RESTORATION:  This form is used for basic submission information and to inform you of our limited liability & guarantees. To receive an estimate with all pricing & detailed information please e-mail us before filling this form out or sending your order.

Please contact us by phone or e-mail for more information regarding this process.

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NOTICE: There are many great transfer companies with years of experience and many that just started the last few years. TMTV's Video & Film Lab Department has been providing film transfers since 1980, choose wisely!

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