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I inherited thousands of slides, a number which should be shared with extended family. What is the most cost effective and best way to do this. Thanks for your input.

 

 

Last year I bought a product called "Memor ease" for about $50.00 at Cosco. I had several hundred slides that I borrowed from my ex wife that I wanted copies of. It is very labor intensive but converts your slide to digital with 3 choices of quality with of course each succeeding choice requiring more space. I found the middle one very satisfactory for viewing on the computer but a little less than great on my big screen (60)in tv. It took a long time but was well worth it. Of course once transferred you can enhance the pictures with picture programs. I was disappointed in the poor quality of some of the film, I used several different films.

Hope this helps, good luck!

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Last year I bought a product called "Memor ease" for about $50.00 at Cosco. I had several hundred slides that I borrowed from my ex wife that I wanted copies of. It is very labor intensive but converts your slide to digital with 3 choices of quality with of course each succeeding choice requiring more space. I found the middle one very satisfactory for viewing on the computer but a little less than great on my big screen (60)in tv. It took a long time but was well worth it. Of course once transferred you can enhance the pictures with picture programs. I was disappointed in the poor quality of some of the film, I used several different films.

Hope this helps, good luck!

 

Remember that if you are converting pictures to a video DVD, the resolution is standard definition 720 by 480. That's like watching your slide show on your old tube type TV. If you want somehting to look better, you can make an AVCHD or blu-ray discs

 

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If you don't want a movie, you can make a picture disc if your player will play them (no music, no transitions). Read your DVD player's manual.

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