Cintrex Audio Visual has been transferring audio, video, slides, and prints for almost 30 years. We utilize our experience, knowledgeable staff, professional grade technology and equipment, and competitive pricing to offer our customers the best value in the industry on media transfer and conversion services. Because of our experience and quality we have a network of more then 100 retailers across the United States that trust Cintrex with many of their media transfer needs. Additionally, Cintrex offers several options to our customers that they can't find from other large transfer companies.
Cintrex is experienced in providing wholesale film transfer services to a nationwide network of partners. We do the work behind the scenes to ensure their customer expectations are met for quality products and quick service. Check out our Interested Dealers page to find out more.
Older media, such as film reels, video tapes, slides, and prints, are physical formats that are susceptible to being degraded by time, weather, and other natural elements. The availability of players and projectors for these types of media becomes more scarce over time. By converting these priceless family memories to digital format, such as DVD, Blu-ray, and data files on hard-drive, you ensure that these valuable memories survive for yourself and future generations to enjoy.
For film and video transfer formats we support include .mov, .avi. .mp4, .wmv, and .mp2. For slides, prints, and negatives we offer conversion to Jpegs as well as video formats for slideshow creation. If you have media that you would like to have converted into a specific format that we did not mention feel free to Contact Us and we will make every effort to accommodate your order.
Check out our Package Specials page for all the latest deals from Cintrex. Discounts are also available for large orders and are determined on a case-by-case basis. Contact Us for special rates for large transfer orders. We also provide free shipping on all orders of $100 or more! What is the difference between standard definition transfer compared to high definition transfer? Standard definition transfer of film and video provides an output picture that has a 4:3 aspect and is typical for older TVs with up to 500 lines resolution. For today's HDTVs we can produce a high-definition transfer product that has a 16:9 aspect and is wide-screen TV ready with either 720p (progressive HD) or 1080i (interlaced HD) formats. High Definition is the better transfer product for 8mm and 16mm movie film and high definition camcorder recordings, because of its wide screen presentation, better color, and better clarity. 8mm and 16mm movie films transferred with our high-definition process will transfer all the original content in each frame, and can be color corrected to offset film's aging process. Check out this video to see a side by side comparison.