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Product description History in making Reclaim Lost Home Movies
With Wolverine MovieMaker, you can easily resurrect and preserve vintage Kodak films from the late 1950s to the early 1980s.
The device scans 8mm and Super 8 film frame by frame for the best quality and then automatically assembles the images into a digital MP4 silent video file that can be viewed on digital devices such as a laptop or big screen.Family time to share precious life memories
Is that grandpa like a little kid? See how beautiful grandma looks on her wedding day. Let the age-old fun of family stories begin with help from Wolverine MovieMaker.MovieMaker features Perfect control
Adjust contrast and sharpness, change the position of the frame, zoom in and out and much more with easy-to-use menus.Convenient connection
Use the SD card port to store digital videos and use the USB port to transfer to any computer.Cost effective
An economical choice, MovieMaker digitizes 8mm and Super 8 film at a fraction of the cost compared to some professional services.Create thoughtful gifts
The machine can create unique home movies for gift giving and special events such as family reunions or milestone birthdays or anniversaries.How do they compare? Wolverine MovieMaker (MM100)
Holds up to 5 inch discs Produces 720P digital video Wolverine MovieMaker Pro (MM100-PRO)
Holds up to 9 inch discs Produces 1080P digital videos
Does MovieMaker digitize video and audio?
No, it just digitizes the video. It does not digitize audio.
Does MovieMaker come with a memory card?
No, it does not come with a memory card. The device uses up to 32GB SDHC cards. A 32GB card can hold more than 6,000 feet of footage.
How long does it take to scan a disc?
MovieMaker scans the film frame by frame and it will take half an hour to digitize a 3 inch reel or one hour per 100 feet of film.
Can I use MovieMaker as a projector to just play reels?
No, the device is a scanner/digitizer, not a projector. However, after scanning the film, you can play the digital files using the Wolverine or any computer.
Is MovieMaker compatible with Windows and Apple computers?
The machine is compatible with Windows and Apple regardless of their operating systems. The machine does not require software or drivers. It connects to the computer as a USB drive.Wolverine Collection of Film to Digital Converters F2D Saturn
Specially designed for 120 film, the F2D Saturn converts film negatives and slides into digital files that can be saved, shared or printed. It can also be used to convert 35mm and 127 slides and film negatives.MovieMaker
Convert old 8mm and Super 8 film reels to digital videos with MovieMaker. The fully automated machine supports up to 5 inch reels and 720P.MovieMaker Pro
Convert old 8mm and Super 8 film reels to digital videos with MovieMaker Pro. The fully automated machine supports up to 9-inch discs and 1080P.Titanium
Convert 35mm, 127, 126, 110, APS slides and negatives to JPEG digital images to share and keep forever with the Titan 8-in-1 High Definition Film to Digital Converter.
Fully automated device for digitizing 8 and Super 8 film reels (without sound and without 16 mm divisions). Digitize frame by frame for high quality digital conversion.
No separate machine, no computer, no software or drivers required. Scans and directly saves digital movies to SD/SDHC cards (max. 32 GB, not included)
Converts 8 and Super 8 movies to 1080P mjpeg-4 (MP4) digital video files.
Compatible with all Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems.
Playback directly to the TV using the included TV cable.
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