Wolverine Data Film2Digital MovieMaker-PRO 8mm and Super 8 Converter

Wolverine Data Film2Digital MovieMaker-PRO 8mm and Super 8 Converter

Wolverine Data Film2Digital MovieMaker-PRO 8mm and Super 8 Converter

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Product Highlights

  • Scan 8mm and Super 8 Film
  • 3.53MP 1/3" CMOS Sensor
  • Creates Full HD 1080p Video at 20 fps
  • Works with Reels up to 9"
  • Automatic or Manual Exposure Control
  • Supports SD/SDHC Card up to 32GB
  • TV-Out Cable for TV Playback
  • USB 2.0 Connectivity
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Wolverine Data MovieMaker Pro overview

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Transform your aging 8mm and Super 8 films into modern digital video with the Film2Digital MovieMaker-PRO 8mm and Super 8 Converter from Wolverine Data. This PRO model uses a 3.53MP 1/3" CMOS sensor to create detailed Full HD 1080p video at 20 fps by scanning the film frame by frame. Also, this converter works with a variety of reel types up to 9" in size and offers both automatic and manual exposure controls. As a standalone unit, the MovieMaker-PRO will save your videos to an SD/SDHC card up to 32GB in size and can then use the TV-Out port to play them back on a television. Additionally, it has USB 2.0 connectivity for transferring files.

UPC: 040074432000
In the Box
Wolverine Data Film2Digital MovieMaker-PRO 8mm and Super 8 Converter
  • Reel
  • Reel Adapters
  • Blower Brush
  • TV-Out Cable
  • Power Adapter and Cord
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Wolverine Data MovieMaker Pro specs

    Film Types 8 mm and Super 8 roll film on up to 9" / 22.9 cm reel
    Sound Recording No
    Scan Qualityfcsaccbytrazvewszwqdrufcdswsusb
    Scan Sensor 3.53 MP 1/3" CMOS sensor
    Resolution 1080p at 20 fps
    Exposure Control Auto, Manual (-2 to 2 EV)
    White Balance Auto
    File Format MP4
    Memory Card SD/SDHC up to 32 GB
    Interface USB 2.0
    System & Software Requirements Windows
    macOS/OS X
    Power Source AC adapter
    Power Requirements 12 VDC
    Dimensions 10.6 x 6.5 x 4.5" / 269 x 166 x 114 mm
    Weight 3.1 lb / 1.4 kg
    Packaging Infofcsaccbytrazvewszwqdrufcdswsusb
    Package Weight 5.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 13.9 x 8.8 x 6.4"

    Wolverine Data MovieMaker Pro reviews

    Film2Digital MovieMaker-PRO 8mm and Super 8 Converter is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 54.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from generates highly compressed MP4s The results are not as good as I was expecting.� The output is a terribly compressed H.264.� Clearly the unit is taking individual stills of each frame, why not leave those stills as a lossless image sequence instead of crunching it down (twice I suspect from the compression on the stills) and leaving the user with a heavily compressed MP4 video? I'm a bit disappointed. I'll be contacting the manufacturer, possibly a software update can improve the resulting image quality after the mp4 file is encoded???
    Date published: 2017-11-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Old Movie film to Mp4 It does all that it is supposed to do.� I have re-scanned 7 of my 8mm family movies from 1960 to 65 and so far it is working fine.� I am surprised at how well the color has survived and the film is not brittle and as yet has not broken.� The quality of the images on our 58" TV is comparable to our old movie projector and screen.� It does take a few hours to scan a 30 minute film but it can pretty much be left to do it's work while I do something else.� I has hung up a couple times and needs to be stopped and restarted after re positioning film in the scanning mechanism.� Over all I am happy with it and the price I paid.
    Date published: 2018-02-13
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Worked OK, then stopped I purchased the Pro model on Nov 22. I began converting our family 8 mm films in my spare time and was happy to see these films again. (I loaded them into my Mac and started converting them into fun videos using iMovie.) As with any new technology, it took some trial and error to figure out the mechanics of loading the films, etc.., �ut the device is generally user friendly for a patient person. However, a few days ago the sprocket that moves the film theu the device began to no longer "catch" the film, so it essentially no longer works. Inhave sent emails to the seller (B&H) and manufacturer (Wolverine) to ask for help. (i purchased a 3-year warranty with this item, too.) I will send an update about how this issue gets handled.
    Date published: 2018-01-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works great, not thrilled about the resolution When I project the actual film to a screen it is a bit clearer that the mp4 on my PC; possibly due to compression.� Overall I am happy with the function and my 15 year son has helped me setup and start many of the 10 conversions I have done so far.� I would definitely recommend this product.� I have about 30 or so more films to convert.� Small detail, the destination real included is about 5 inches in diameter (as shown) .� �If the product will work with reals up to 9 inches, it would have been nice to include a real that will handle those; I'll need to buy one of those.
    Date published: 2018-02-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far so good! I purchased this machine about 3 weeks ago and have used it for three 9 inch reels along with multiple smaller reels. I run a video production company and we provide video transfers as one of our services, and so far this has been a good addition to our equipment! I do wish it ran through the reels faster than it does, but for post production there is not much work that needs done...which is nice! It does require some monitoring, just to make sure the reel (if sprocket holes are damaged) doesn’t get stuck. Overall It does a great job capturing each picture and provides a nice video ready to be put into your video editing software.
    Date published: 2018-01-04
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Waste of money I have both models of the wolverine.� Just recently purchased the newer one and does not work at all.� Locks up all the time.� But yet, I have zero problems with the less expensive one.� And it also makes no sense for the newer model to accept larger reels when the takeup reel is only 200feet!
    Date published: 2018-02-02
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Marginal Quality It's a great idea but the quality of the build is something to be desired.� It does work after working out the bugs.� Make sure the splices on any spliced film are secure and properly done. Small screen is not an asset.� Reel motor is not adequate for larger reels of film.� 8mm to super 8mm adapters are really junky.� Be ready for post production work after the initial capture.
    Date published: 2018-02-03
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Beware that you may need to "modify" the track This machine started out working great. I have 7 inch reels of film from 1969 thru 1985. I began with my first roll from 1969 and it was humming away nicely until half way into the reel of film. The machine became very loud and the pin that advances the film began to catch and was unable to advance the film. I read through all the troubleshooting and did everything suggested. Even used an air can to clean it out. Nothing worked. While doing this I realized that every time the machine is stopped and started the counter ticks up one which is a problem because the warranty is for one year or 200 reels of film. So because I worked on this problem my counter shows 33 reels of film when I haven't even finished one! I tried another reel of film from 1975, same problem about half way into the reel. I emailed Wolverine and explained the problem and even posted a video to YouTube. I was told that film in 1969 was not always cut exactly 8mm wide and that I may need to shave the track down with an knife. What? I wasn't about to take a razer blade to this machine. I asked them to replace it and they finally agreed. Then four days later I received an email telling me to send my machine to them along with my reel of film and they will modify the track for me. I called them and asked why they hadn't already shipped me a new machine. They insisted that older film was unreliably cut and may be a few microns larger than 8mm. The representative stated that my film from 1985 would probably work. Well, I just tried the reel from 1985 and again at the half way point the film is catching and cannot advance. They said they will modify the track for me and send back the machine and my film. My question is, If they knew about this problem why not make the track "a few microns" wider to begin with? Furthermore, they told me that they usually CHARGE to modify the track but because they told me I would get a new machine and didn't send it, they would do it for free. No where on the box or instructions does it state this problem and Wolverine clearly knows about it. If you have old film (isn't all reel to reel film old?) be aware that it may not work and you may have to pay Wolverine to modify your track or take a razor blade to it yourself. There is also a problem with the frame adjustment. I can have it perfect on the screen but as it hums along the frame seems to constantly slip down and no matter what I do it eventually shows a sliver of the previous frame at the top. I'll have to fix that in editing. This machine needs to be watched over and babied through every splice. But compared to the outrageous cost of having a company transfer your reels of film this is great if you can get your film to go through the track. I'll post a follow up when I get the machine back and let everyone know if it worked.
    Date published: 2017-12-01
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