you'll probably get more feedback on a forum devoted to professional video but for a relatively low-cost option, i suggest you look into a custom made projection box and a high definition camcorder.
the projector displays the image on a sheet of vellum or frosted glass which the camcorder would then record.
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the image would be mirrored and you'd use your software of choice to flip it. this layout would avoid any keystone issues but you'd have to use a very low output bulb or you may get a hotspot in the center of the image.
Hello, I am working on starting a business doing film editing/photo slide shows/etc. I am all set up for everything, exept for converting the old film reels to DVD. Of course, this is what I have had the most requests for. I am looking for the equipment to do this, and any instruction books etc. on it would also be helpful, if there is any. Because this is not just for a few old reels that I have stored somewhere, I want something that works the best, even if it is slow, takes up a lot of CPU space, or is expensive. I work off of both Mac & PC platforms, so I don't have any compatability issues. Any info on this will be helpful, becuase right now I am just looking into it, and don't have any time issues. Thanks in advance.