local 8mm to DVD transfer?

Tim Harper tharper at nc.rr.com
Sun Aug 20 14:01:43 EDT 2006

"Chris Calloway" <ifoufo at yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:20060820171700.6599.qmail at web32813.mail.mud.yahoo.com...
> --- Tim Harper <tharper at nc.rr.com> wrote:
> > But ya'll are such a gosh darn great fountain of
> > knowledge.
> that's the pot calling the kettle black. the unseen
> hand of tim harper is half of all knowledge in the
> triangle.
> > Does anyone know of a local company that does 8mm to
> > DVD transfers?
> i cannot vouch for this, although they have been in
> business 20 years. whether this is local is whether
> you consider greensboro local. but this guy has the
> only mom and pop telecine rig in nc as far as i can
> tell:
> http://www.rainbowpixels.com/
> also depending on what you mean by local, kodak's
> service center in raleigh does telecine transfers. i
> would bet they send your reels off to nj or wherever,
> though.
> i know this doesn't help directly, but this raleigh
> company actually *makes* telecine and inverse telecine
> gear:
> http://www.inlethd.com/
> Finally, this obscure and only sporadically active
> group is a clearinghouse for all things moving visual
> media business locally:
> http://www.mcai-rdc.org/
> i'm sure between their members, they know everybody
> and everything going on in their field locally.
> 3
> -- ch-scene: the list that mirrors alt.music.chapel-hill --
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oh my, I don't think I can take credit for all that. . .

Excellent info,
Thanks for the leads.
I appreciate it.

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