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We're the leader for home movie and photo conversion. We've served over 250,000 families and created well over one million DVDs and digital files for customers all over the country.

Mail-in processing isn't new, it's something you've done through KODAK for generations. At Southtree, we've built on this process, layering in modern technological advancements to ensure the process is even safer.

Those safety advancements include:

Barcoding – Every item in your order will receive a barcode. Each tape, film reel, cassette, and each bag of photos has your order number as well as an item number, so we can track your items through every step of our process. We'll actually scan barcodes over 5 million times this year.

Secure Facility – Your orders are processed in our secure, climate controlled, 38,000 square foot processing facility, located right here in the USA. We utilize the latest in barcoding and tracking technology (we even have developers on staff) so we know exactly where you order is, at every moment.

Experience – Southtree has grown into a national leader in digitizing analog media with a team of over 100. Southtree serves all 48 contiguous states, and has preserved over 1 million home movies for consumers and digitized large collections for clients such as Disney, the U.S. Institute of Peace, and the Bremen Holocaust Museum. Southtree has been featured in many local, regional, and national media outlets, including The View, Public Radio, Parade Magazine, Family Circle Magazine, The Huffington Post, and USA Today.

Order Tracking - We've built a system to keep you informed every step of the way. We'll notify you when your order arrives (within 2-3 business days), and you’ll receive periodic e-mail updates as your order goes through each step, from barcoding to quality control. You can also log in online to track the status of your order any time you want.

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