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Duplicates and storage

Cine film transfer additional disks

Duplicate copies of your family’s films make ideal gifts for anniversaries, Christmas or birthdays. If you want duplicate copies of your archive for yourself as a back-up or for other family members you can order them at any point. You can get duplicates with the original order or up to two years later.

With original order:

£10 - Single Layer DVDs (up to 70 minutes)

£16 - Dual Layer DVDs (up to 120 minutes)

£25 - Blu Ray discs (up to 120 minutes in HD)

£4 - Cover Design

Up to 2 years later:

£13 - Single Layer DVDs (up to 70 minutes)

£20 - Dual Layer DVDs (up to 120 minutes)

£30 - Blu Ray discs (up to 120 minutes in HD)

£5 - Cover Design

Cine film transfer long term storage

To be able to give you access to duplicate discs or files up to two years later I have invested in reliable long-term storage. I now have a total 248TB of back-up space using a brand new for 2021 Enterprise Class Broadberry Cyberstore Raid structures. To back up even older files I am using 60TB of G-Tech ESpro Raid storage. So, between my new and older systems I will have your material backed up for many years.

This means that if your Great Aunt or Nephew visits at Christmas and they decide they would like a copy of the family archive on disc you can just get in touch with me and I can organize duplicates for you.

Likewise, if you lose your original files, I can provide all of the originals back to you up to at least a year later. The biggest loss one of my customers suffered was £770 due to reformatting his MAC computer and wiping his own Cinefilm files. He went to a Hard Drive Retrieval company and was told it would be over £1,000 to get the files back forensically with no guarantee of file integrity, he rang me to see if I could help, not realizing I still had the original digital versions. I was able to recreate his entire archive for £60, saving him a whopping £940+ in total. He was thus able to get all of his digital masters back 15 months after the original work was completed.

The sensible thing to do is back your own files up, but for whatever reason, if things go wrong, I will still have them.