Have some old 8mm files (Hi8 and Digital8)? After getting them changed into digitized video, you can do some editing and converting job, then just put a video converter software to work. In no time, you can watch your favorite movies anytime and anywhere on your media player or device.
Here we have listed three most welcome top 8 Best 8mm Tap Converters/Super 8 Video Converters for you from expensive and complex professional packages through to completely free, just choose the one that meets your needs most.
Reviews: Top 8 Best 8mm Tap Converters/Super 8 Video Converters
1. Adobe Premiere
Adobe Premiere is a full on professional video package which is hugely expensive, certainly not for everyone, but for those looking to produce content for commercial consumption this is the tool. You just need to create your new Premiere Pro project, import the nature photos and media into the project, create a sequence or timeline and add audio, and then assemble a rough cut, add a title to your video, enhance your video with effects and transitions. At last directly export your first completed video. Using the export features of Adobe Premiere Pro can create video files in a variety of formats.
2. Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate
Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate has a very nice, modern looking interface, offers a huge variety of format compatibility, basic editing functions(trim certain video clips, crop black bars, add watermarks, change brightness, choose special effects, specify aspect ratio, and more.) and the ability to convert Blu-ray/DVD movies and virtually any audio and video files formats for playback on most popular devices including all Android Tablets/Phones, Windows Tablets/Phones, iPad, iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, Zune, PSP, Adobe Premiere, Sony Vegas, Avid Media Composer and so on with best image and sound quality. It also makes it super simple to output to a mobile device. (but unlike others, not burn to the media). It is a great all-in-one package and worth a look. Here are other Video Converter Ultimate options for you.
3. ImToo Video Converter
ImTOO Video Converter is a good option for video converter software, with a hefty collection of input files, output files and some basic editing features including split and merge, as well as adding still images into video and extracting images from video, useful for thumbnails and so on. Specific settings for converting your video to be used on iPads, iPhones, PS3, Android devices, Xbox and Nintendo games machines, converting your footage into something usable on the desired device is simplicity itself.
4. Pavtube Video Converter
Pavtube Video Converter is an all-in-one video converter and editor tool based on NVIDIA CUDA technology which is specially developed for users to convert videos from one format to another, making workflow for your 8mm footage extremely simple. With it, you are allowed to quickly take your 8mm footage, ingest it, edit it and output it in any format you could want. More Pavtube products are offered at its official website, read the comparison here.
5. Movavi Video Converter
A speed demon among media converters, Movavi Video Converter is an indispensable addition to your software library. Convert video, audio, and image files to more than 200 media formats, or for 200+ mobile devices, at an unbeatable speed. Trim or join your files and modify them with basic editing tools in mere seconds.
A nice feature set here, but the stand out is the speed, it claims to convert video up to seventy nine times faster than anything else. I’m not sure about the numbers, but it is noticeably faster at converting than the other packages here, so if speed is important to you, this is a good choice.
6. Xilisoft Video Converter
Xilisoft Video Converter Ultimate has some great capabilities, but its race for the top is hindered slightly by some missing editing tools and an interface that could be better. It allows you to batch convert files, adjust audio and video codices, audio and video bitrates and sample rates, and more. And it does provide many tools to edit your video. You are able to split or merge files. You can add watermarks, subtitles and even soundtracks to your videos. It can also adjust video brightness, saturation, contrast and add artistic effects such as old film, gray, oil painting or canvas to make your video look special. This video converter software is easy to use, but we found the interface to be a little less intuitive than some others. (Get the Best Xilisoft Video Converter Ultimate Alternative for Windows or Mac)
7. NCH Software Prism Video Converter
Prism Video File Converter Free is a capable, easy-to-use tool that can convert videos between most formats, including some uncommon ones, one by one or in batches. A clean, efficient user interface avoids the garish backgrounds and “styling” common to freeware video converters (the commercial version awards you with more formats for your expenditure). As such, it does look a little lacking in features here, but if you want to convert your video file into one of the more commonly used, this does it easily and efficiently with little fuss and for no cost.
8. AVS Video Converter
AVS Video Converter is an easier-to-understand video converter I ever used. Nice output results. Plus it has different tools in one suite – converter, editor, DVD burner, etc. With AVS Video Converter, you can do some video editing, including splitting, joining and trimming video and adding audio tracks. In addition to that, the video and audio effects are a lot of fun and ensure that your videos will look and sound the way you envision them. With a huge number of formats available including presets to output for various specific devices like iPhone, Kindle and so on, AVS offers most features you could want to convert your 8mm film.
Now you have a huge number of choices of software to convert 8mm video files, from the professional package (and associated price tag) of Premiere to the free to use Prism, and just about everywhere in between. Get the one you need according to your personal taste. Also read Blu-ray Copy & Ripper Review and H.265 encoder, decoder and converter Review.