Transfer Home Movies, Photos, Slides & More

Don’t ship it out! Use the Best Video Digitizing Service in Spokane.

Best Video Transfer Service in Spokane.

Digitize your analog film, tapes, and slides to digital.

It is important to protect and save your memories. We Professionally inspect every tape you give us and make sure it’s done right! We deliver your files to you on a USB or a Hard Drive. We no longer transfer to DVD or Blu-Ray disks. By using USBs or Hard Drives you can transfer the video files to your computer, make copies for the family, and even upload them to your favorite video-sharing site like YouTube.

Do you ship anything out?

Short Answer. No.

Long Answer

We never ever ship anything out. We are located in Spokane and will coordinate pick up and delivery with you.

How long does it take to transfer video?

Most transfer jobs can be completed in 1 month or less; depending on how much you bring in and how many transfers we have. CutBoard handles everything in-house. This means you don’t have to worry about shipping damage. Your memories are priceless, we get that.

What kind of film or 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.

Patti Bingham-Pryor
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I had all my old 8mm and mini8 put on to a hard drive. Haven’t been able to watch these for along time. CutBoard did a great job! Nothing was labeled but somehow put mostly in order. Highly recommend. I like they are local in Spokane, so I didn’t have to mail all my memories.

We are transparent with our prices. And we will never send your tapes to a warehouse to be done. The minimum charge for each transfer job is $50.

Bring your own Hard Drive or USB (Flash Drive) when you drop off your tapes or feel free to purchase one of ours for $25.

8mm Film
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.

Super 8 Film
Super-8 Film

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

8MM Tape
8MM Tape

Released in 1985, the Sony Handycam, one of the first Video8 cameras. Much smaller than VHS and Betamax video cameras, Video8 became very popular in the consumer camcorder market.

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VHS Tapes

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 An outdated format that is becoming unplayable.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

super-vhs
Super 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 be available, but difficult to find in retail outlets.

betamax
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.

VHSC
VHS-C

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

Hi8
Hi8

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

DVC-Pro
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.

MiniDV
DVCPRO

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.

Negatives and Slides
35MM Negatives & Slides

We take your old negatives and slides, and convert them into a lasting digital format that you can sore and preserve safely and easily.

Vinyl Record
Vinyl Records and Cassette Tapes

We can digitize vinyl records, LP records, compact cassettes and microcassettes. Once we digitize them we provide them to you in an .mp3 format.

Schedule a time to drop off your media.

Frequently Asked Questions.

Yes, we can take your DVD and copy it, transfer it and edit it! Need help putting it on your website or YouTube? We got that covered as well.

First, we don’t ship anything out. Secondly, CutBoard primarily works with business on video production. Transferring film and tape to digital is something we are able to offer when we are editing commercials. We started doing this on the side because our friends and family requested assistance and we know how precious family memories are.

We specialize in this type of film transfer to a USB or Hard Drive. We are no longer offering the outdated DVD option.

We specialize in this type of film transfer to a USB or Hard Drive. We are no longer offering the outdated DVD option.

Yes, we can! YouTube has certainly changed how we share our lives with the world! You can even keep a video private, and share the links with just your family and friends.

We specialize in this type of film transfer to a USB or Hard Drive. We are no longer offering the outdated DVD option.

Yes, we can! If your camcorder still plays your tapes, or if you have a mini-disc or hard drive in your camera we can transfer that video content to you on a USB or Hard Drive. Just bring it in and we can see what we can do.

Yes. This is basically the same as BETA (also called consumer BETA). We can help you with getting your old Betamax tapes transferred to you on a USB or Hard Drive. We are no longer offering the outdated DVD option.

We specialize in this type of film transfer to a USB or Hard Drive. We are no longer offering the outdated DVD option. You wouldn’t want to transfer 8mm to VHS right?

We specialize in this. Bring us your MiniDV (Digital Video) cassettes and we will transfer your MiniDV to a USB or Hard Drive. We are no longer offering the outdated DVD option.

We can transfer Super-8 film to you on a USB or Hard Drive. We are no longer offering the outdated DVD option.

Absolutely! Digital SD cards were very popular for digital cameras. All transfers are now delivered back to you on a USB or Hard Drive for your secure backup.

 

We don’t have the equipment set up for self-serve transfers. If you are looking to transfer your own we recommend working with the Spokane County Library District. The SCLD has a service called Project Memory at their North Spokane and Valley Libraries. They have the tools and the equipment to help you self-transfer a majority of formats. Make sure you book an appointment with a librarian to learn how to use the equipment.

Hi-8 is yet another format in the 8mm family. We can transfer it to a USB or Hard Drive. We are no longer offering the outdated DVD option.

We can transfer your VHS to a USB or Hard Drive. We are no longer offering the outdated DVD option. And if some of your VHS tapes have become damaged don’t worry. We know how to repair them so we can get your old video into an easily shareable format that will live on for generations.

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