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Motion Film Conversion in Oxfordshire UK



At Oxford Duplication we can support you with motion film conversion. We specialise in film scanning of 16mm, 35mm and S35mm film to 4K (4096x3112) digital files. We can offer almost any file format for archival purposes to suit your requirements if you wish an alternative digital format. We can also author to DVD or BluRay or provide more manageable editing formats HD-AVI or Apple Pro-Res HQ for editing on PCs and Macs. Restoration services can remove grain and dirt. From 1 reel to many 100's or 1000's we can support all consumer and corporate, archival and library projects.

  • SD HQ pro-res files
  • HD HQ pro-res files

Our aim is to support your motion picture film archive requirements with affordable and professional services that will give you the optimum result for all your 16mm film and 35mm film needs. Contact our studio on 01865 457000 for a quotation.

16mm Roll Film Oxford

16mm Film, 35mm Film, S35mm Film Formats

16mm film has around 1500 to 2000 horizontal lines of resolution. In order to archive the film a 4K (4096 vertical by 3112 horizontal) scan is required. Helping to future proof your film. These digital files can be edited by professional editors like Adobe Premiere Pro which can be installed on a PC or Mac. Older 35mm film can have up to 4K lines of horizontal resolution. In order to get a reasonable quality DVD or BluRay a 2k scan is required. In order to get the highest quality DVD or BluRay a 4k scan is recommended. For more information on our Pro 4K scanning service please contact us.

motion film deterioration oxford  


Many archive, libraries and museums have countless reels of movie film on their shelves which could be deteriorating, or hopefully stored in good conditions and are considering these to be converted to HD or SD formats for the preservation of their collection to digital format.

Many of these derive from the early 1930's and maybe dirty or faded. Film have organic components which means that they are subject to decay. Although there are many good techniques for storing and preserving film, once archives start the beginning stages of deterioration; commonly known as vinegar syndrome, they are in danger of being at the least damaged or worst lost. We suggest highly that if you do have collections to bring them into our studio whereby we can support you with having these converted into a suitable digital format.


Audio Video Image and Document Duplication and Digitisation Services for Corporate, Historical and Consumer Clients.

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