Well that all changed quickly. Roasting to soggy. The biggest news this month comes from wetransfer.com the upload service I use to ferry small-ish files around the world. We use the "paid for" system which used to have a 20GB per file limit and, the most restrictive, 100GB total storage limit, which meant I was constantly juggling / deleting files to keep below my limit. The good news is that the 20GB file limit is now gone and the better news is that the 100GB total size limit has been raised to 500GB. This will hopefully mean I can leave files up for longer and give more of your families a chance to download your archive. Sadly upload speeds are still slow so I will still need to use 1TB hard drives for large archives but archives that would fit on a USB stick can now just be uploaded without the need for a stick.
Right, on with the detail.....
My name is Chris and I have spent the last 15 years striving for the perfect digital image. Whether it is a Cinefilm to DVD transfer, or any other format such as Video tape, Disc, Card, Photo or Slide. I aim to provide the best possible service using class leading equipment, such as the "Memory HD" for cine film. Click on one of the boxes below and it will take you to all the information you need about your current archive format and how I will turn it into a digital format for you. I never, ever cut corners and every decision is made with quality in mind, right down to Daikin Air Conditioning, burglar alarm and 4K CCTV system installed by Recosecurity. This is to keep the equipment running at peak performance and to maintain the perfect atmosphere for video tape and Cinefilm and so that my customers will know everything is as secure as possible. Only I work here, you will only ever talk to me so you will get exactly what you want from my service, it will be tailored to your needs and hopefully your final archive will far exceed your expectations. I will always be upfront and tell you what equipment I use and how your films and videos will be digitized. I look forward to hearing from you.
Chris Squires - August 2018