ImageHive Montgomery, Alabama
Imagine how you’ll feel, to at last see the faces and/or hear the voices of loved ones that’ve been locked up in an obsolete format and left untouched for years.
We’ll free your precious memories from those bygone repositories safely and restore them in your preferred digital format, preserving them for generations to come.
We do it all: film transfer, videotape conversion, 35mmslide/photo scanning, and audio digitization with nearly every format using the best available equipment. It’s all done in our secure A/V lab with just a few highly trained specialists. Customer cataloging is handled systematically to ensure that originals are linked to their digital transfers and both are kept confidential and safe until we personally hand them back to you.
What We Transfer
Film Transfers / Montgomery
Your Old Films – Digitally Restored & Ready, For The Devices You Use Every Day.
16mm film was introduced in 1923. It is 16mm wide (~5/8 inch). It either has sprocket holes on both edges, or just a single set of holes on one edge. The latter type is called single perforation film and includes an optical audio track running down one edge of the film.
Video Transfers / Montgomery
Digitize Your Videos & Enjoy Them On Your Devices You Use Every Day.
Photo Transfers / Montgomery
Slides, Prints & Negatives – Digitized & Ready To Share. Everybody’s Going To Like Them.
Slide and Negative Scanning / Montgomery
Proof Scan (700 DPI)
each slide $0.50 and up
(Slides scanned as is with no post-processing)
Archival Scan (1700 DPI)
each slide $0.70 and up
Pro Scan (2500 DPI)
Highest resolution of scan we offer
each slide $1.60 and up
We use complimentary Digital ICE scratch and dust removal. Image files are delivered on a USB drive (other formats available by request).
Picture Scan / Montgomery
$0.40 and up for each scan
Audio Transfers / Montgomery
Sweet Analog Sound – Easy Digital Playback
Vinyl: Originally called a gramophone record in 1887, it is also known as phonograph record, vinyl, LP or simply, record. There are three sizes: 12, 10, and 7 inches in diameter. Although it is a very old format, it is still highly regarded by many audiophiles for it’s sweet, warm sound.
Vinyl records are notoriously fragile and must be very carefully handled and stored to maintain the integrity of the recording. Still, we are often able to transfer a badly scratched record, but with a significant loss in fidelity. Once we have it in the digital domain, there are some restorative procedures we can take.