About this item:
- Playback direct to tv's using the included TV cable.
- A fully automated apparatus to digitize 8 and Super 8 movie Reels (no sound and no split 16mm). Frame-by-Frame digitizing for high-quality digital conversion.
- Stand-alone machine, no computer, no software or Drivers are required. Scans and directly saves digital movies into SD/SDHC cards (32GB max, not included)
- Converts 8 and Super 8 movies into 1080P mjpeg-4 (MP4) digital video files.
History in the Making
Reclaim Lost Home Movies
Easily resurrect and preserve old Kodak film from the late 50Æs through the early 80Æs with the Wolverine MovieMaker.
The machine scans 8mm and Super 8 film frame-by-frame for best quality, then automatically assembles the frames into a digital silent MP4 video file that can be watched on digital devices, like a laptop or big screen TV.
Share LifeÆs Treasured Memories
ThatÆs Grandpa as a little kid? Look how beautiful Grandma looks on her wedding day. Let the age-old pastime of family stories begin with help from the Wolverine MovieMaker.
Adjust the contrast and sharpness, change the position of the frame, zoom in and out, and more with easy-to-navigate menus.
Use the SD card port to save the digital videos and the USB port to transfer to any computer.
An economical choice, the MovieMaker digitizes 8mm and Super 8 film at a fraction of the cost compared to some professional services.
Create Thoughtful Gifts
The machine can create one-of-a-kind home movies for gift giving and special events like family reunions or milestone birthdays or anniversaries.
How do they compare?
Wolverine MovieMaker (MM100)
Accommodates up to 5-inch reels
Produces 720P digital videos
Wolverine MovieMaker Pro (MM100-PRO)
Accommodates up to 9-inch reels
Produces 1080P digital videos
Does the MovieMaker digitize video and sound?
Does the MovieMaker come with a memory card?
How long does it take to scan a reel?
Can I use the MovieMaker as a projector to just play the reels?
Is the MovieMaker compatible with Windows and Apple computers?
The Wolverine Collection of Film to Digital Converters
Specifically designed for 120 film, the F2D Saturn turns film negatives and slides into digital files to save, share, or print. It can also be used to convert 35mm and 127 slides and film negatives.