Keep your pictures local.
No need to risk mailing them off.
- High resolution .jpgs (600 dpi)
- From color, black & white, or Polaroids
- NOTE: Photos over 5" x 7", mounted on hard backing or in delicate condition - $0.99/ea
- VHS, VHS-C, Mini-DV, 8mm, Hi-8
- $25 per tape, up to 2 hours in length
- Conversion to .mp4 files
- NOTE: Video quality varies because tapes can lose up to 50% of their original information in 10 years and up to 75% in 20 years.
- Hi-resolution .jpgs (2000 ppi)
- From 35mm, 110, 126, or 127
- NOTE: Preview all your slides in our online gallery, choose the ones you want to keep, and only pay for those files.
I’ve made numerous attempts to scan my family slides going back to the early 70’s, but it just became one more thing to do – and I even own a scanner and know how! It’s a relief to have Pixologie Tyler take care of the digital conversion for us because we just don’t have the time.Keith R
What types of photos can you digitize?
We scan any type of printed photos (Polaroids included), ranging from postage stamp size up to 8.5” x 11” at our regular rate of $0.29 per photo. We can also digitize up to 8.5″ x 14″ for an additional $0.60 per photo.
Can you convert from DVD?
Yes! DVDs are not a good permanent storage solution because they will eventually experience “bit rot” (loss of data), sometimes very suddenly, usually at 10 years, maybe earlier depending on quality.
Which video formats can you handle?
We handle VHS, VHS-C, Mini-DV, Hi-8 and 8mm video, all of which are digitized here in Tyler. We also handle all film formats (8mm reel-to-reel film being the most common) through our affiliate lab in San Antonio.
Can you scan slides?
Yes, we can! The most common format is 35mm, but you may also find slides of other sizes and shapes in your family collection. Images from slides look great when enlarged or printed!
My husband and I were both impressed with the quality of our pictures after Pixologie scanned them. I love the huge files because they’ll enlarge beautifully for a family wall I’m creating. My IT “geek” husband really appreciates the large file sizes and the 600 dpi resolution because our pictures are now saved correctly for migration to new file formats for our future family members to enjoy!Myra B