Best Video Digitizing Service in Spokane.

Transfer your analog film, tapes and slides to digital.

It is important to protect and save your memories. Our service has multiple levels. Straight transfer, transfer with commentary, transfer with video commentary. We deliver all final products as an MP4 on a USB drive. Take it home save it on your computers, make copies for the family, or upload to your favorite video sharing site. If you would like, we can even create a playable DVD or Blu-ray to add to your home collection.

How long does it take to transfer video?

Most transfer jobs can be completed in 1 week or less. CutBoard handles everything in-house so you don’t have to worry about shipping damage. And because we are a local Spokane company it is easy for us make changes.

What kind of film & tape can CutBoard transfer to digital?

CutBoard can transfer your 8mm film, Super 8mm film, 8mm tapes, Hi8, DVCPro, MiniDV, Betamax, VHS, SVHS, VHS-C, Records, Cassette Tapes, Mini-Cassettes, 35mm film and slides. Have a box full of stuff and you’re not sure what kind you have, bring it in and we’ll help you out.

Help! My tape is stuck in the camcorder!

A lot of families have kept their camcorder around just to play their tapes. Things happen, power cords are lost, tapes get jammed, stuck or even broken. We’ve seen it, and we can help.

Why transfering your tapes to digital is important.

“I have a problem. I’m a junkie. A photographic junkie that is. I take too many pictures. I have so many photo albums now that I’ve run out of space to display them. I don’t exactly when the problem began. As a kid, I could care less about documenting and preserving our family history. But as an adult, I’ve come to realize that this collection of pictures, movies, photo albums and old black and whites is worth the world to me…”
Below are a few samples (and approximate cost) of the many analog tapes and reels that you may have.
Imagine being able to hear your grandfathers voice again … transfering your tapes to digital allows you to just that.

Your analog media is outdated. It’s time to rescue your memories by transferring them to digital.

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8mm Film Sample

8mm Film

8mm film is a motion picture film format in which the film strip is eight millimeters wide. Don’t let your family memories gather dust in the garage when they could be shared with everyone.

Averaging 4 to 32 minutes long

Common reel sizes 3" / 5" / 7"

$14 / $56 / $112

Super 8 Film Sample

Super 8

Released in 1965, Super-8 film was quickly adopted by the amateur film-maker. Use our fast, safe, high quality digital transfer service to bring them back to life and enjoy them with your family for years to come.

Averaging 3 to 24 minutes long

Common reel sizes 3" / 5" / 7"

$13.50 / $54 / $108

8mm Cassett Tape

8mm Tape

The 8mm video format refers informally to three related videocassette formats for the NTSC and PAL/SECAM television systems. Released in 1985, the Handycam, one of the first Video8 cameras. Much smaller than VHS and Betamax video cameras, Video8 became very popular in the consumer camcorder market.

60 minutes or 120 minutes

$18–36 per tape

Betamax Tape

Betamax

Released in 1975, Betamax is a consumer-level analog-recording and cassette format of magnetic tape for video. Betamax tapes suffer over time with noticeable image loss after just 5 years.

30 minutes or 60 minutes

$15–30 per tape

VHS Sample

VHS Tapes

The Video Home System (VHS) released in 1976. An outdated format that is becoming unplayable. VHS cassettes are’t obsolete yet, but physically they aren’t good stewards for your home movies.

60 minutes or 120 minutes

$15–30 per tape

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S-VHS Tapes

Super VHS, is an improved version of the VHS standard for consumer-level video recording. Japan introduced S-VHS in 1987. Consumer S-VHS VCRs may still available, but difficult to find in retail outlets.

60 minutes or 120 minutes

$15–30 per tape

VHS-C

VHS-C

VHS-C is the compact VHS videocassette format, introduced in 1982, and used primarily for consumer-grade compact analog recording camcorders.

30 minutes or 60 minutes

$15–30 per tape

Hi8 Sample

Hi8

Short for high-band Video8. Like S-VHS, Hi8 uses improved recorder electronics and formulation to increase the bandwidth of the luminance signal.

60 minutes or 120 minutes

$18–36 per tape

Editing a Video

DVCPro

DVCPRO, also known as DVCPRO25, is a variation of DV developed by Panasonic and introduced in 1995 for use in electronic news gathering (ENG) equipment.

60 minutes or 120 minutes

$30–60 per tape

Editing a Video

MiniDV

Small cassettes, also known as S-size or MiniDV cassettes, had been intended for amateur use, but have become accepted in professional productions as well.

60 minutes or 120 minutes

$15–30 per tape

Editing a Video

35MM negatives & SLIDES

We take your old negatives and slides, and convert them into a lasting digital format that you can store and preserve safely and easily. If you’ve got old negatives or slides hiding in a shoe box, it’s time to get re-acquainted with your memories.

Starting at $25 for the first 25 slides or negatives; $0.59 per additional image

VHS-C

Reel to Reel Audio

Before cassette tapes, there were reel-to-reel audio tapes. Reel-to-reel audio tape recording, also called open-reel recording, is the form of magnetic tape audio recording in which the recording medium is held on a reel that is not permanently mounted in an enclosed cassette.

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VHS-C

Vinyl Records or LP Record

Do you have rare music or personal vinyl records that you’d like to digitize to a more accessible format? We can digitize these and provide them to you in an .mp3 format.

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VHS-C

Cassette Tapes

Microcassettes have mostly been used for recording voice. In particular, they are commonly used in dictation machines and answering machines. While Compact Cassettes gained popularity with pre-recorded cassettes and the Sony Walkman® in the 1980’s

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Thumb Drives & External Hard Drives

Bring your own thumb drive (USB Flash Drive) or external hardrive and we will save the files there for you. If you don’t have one, don’t worry, we keep them on hand.

$15 for 16 GB USB Flash drive, $75 for a 1TB External Hard Drive

$10 for a data DVD or $15 data Blu-ray disc.

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