VHS video tapes deteriorate over time, not to mention equipment for such movie formats are becoming obsolete. Got some old VHS tapes at home but no longer have a VHS player to view them on ? Have you got old music or video tapes stored in a drawer or in the attic at home? Why not pull them out and have them converted to CD or DVD. Or maybe you have the video of your wedding day that you would like to show your children and grand children but have nothing to play it on? No worries, we can convert your content into a digital format for viewing on your DVD player or media player at home. Just get in touch and let us know what you are looking for and we can go from there.
With our technical expertise and state of the art professional digital imaging equipment we take the greatest care when transferring your videos, from VHS, VHS-C, MiniDV, Hi8 to DVD so you get the best possible quality. We convert VHS to digital at the same resolution as the original recording, so there is no loss of quality.
Not all tapes are in perfect condition. Mildew and broken tapes can often be salvaged to keep your memories alive. Call in to us to get your tapes assessed. Our service is a fast, convenient and cost-effective method to protect old recordings. The transfer process doesn’t harm the original VHS or cassette tape, which are returned to the client upon completion of the service. All VHS tapes are transferred in real time using professional VCRs. The analog video signal is converted to digital and filtered through a TBC (time base corrector) device to eliminate jitter, stabilize playback errors, and enhance picture quality. Once each tape is captured in its entirety each video is checked for quality and black space is removed. Each video file is custom named to match the labels on your tapes, as included in our complete video transfer service.
How it works?
Our standard video transfer service is to convert VHS tapes to digital files, which offers you the most versatility. Digital video files can be stored on a flash drive, hard drive, computer, device or in the cloud. They can also be edited, emailed, copied, uploaded and more. You can even make your own DVDs at home. Most Smart TVs have USB ports so you can simply plug the flash drive right in and start reminiscing.