Digitization Services for a Fee
In addition to the Film Round-Up program, we provide digitization and transfer services at competitive rates. Whether a personal home movie or moving images from your institution’s archive, your materials will be handled with the utmost care during the inspection, cleaning, and digitization processes. By choosing to digitize your films with us, you are supporting our educational mission to discover, preserve, provide access to, and educate the community about Texas' film heritage.
Set up fee for all digitization orders is $25.
If film repair work is needed, TAMI’s rate is $35 per hour. We will contact you with an estimate.
If you need a file format other than .mp4 (film) or .avi (video), TAMI’s transcoding fee is $25.
Digital Transfer for Your Collection
TAMI will transfer your digital files to a USB 3.0 portable drive. The cost of the portable drive will be included in your invoice.
If you need copies made to more than one portable drive, the cost for additional transfers is $15 each.
Your collection and portable drive will be mailed to you via USPS. The mailing cost will be included in your invoice.
Place Your Order
For additional information or to place an order, please contact us
to review your collection, needs, and timeline.
The Texas Archive of the Moving Image (TAMI) is an independent, educational non-profit organization, not a stock footage house. We work extensively to discover, preserve, and provide access to Texas film and videotape that would otherwise be lost through decomposition or neglect. Our ever-growing online library features thousands of moving images, including home movies, amateur films, advertisements, local television, industrial films, and more.
To Submit a Request
To inquire about licensing clips for use, please email a completed Request Form
All licensing proceeds go towards our expenses of storing, digitizing, cataloging, and preparing digital files.
Don't be a digital pirate.
Copying digital content without permission is stealing. When you illegally download content, you are negatively affecting every person who worked in creating, preserving, and researching these archival materials.
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