Video transfer to DVD/USB
Did you know that your VHS player is working by a 37 years old standard which was introduced in the year 1976? Since then, people recorded millions of hours on video cassettes. These are mostly family memories and TV programs. Unfortunately people have just realised - after 30 years -, that this format will not last forever.
What are the disadvantages of the videocassette?
The sign keeping ability of the tape is decrasing year by year;
Every use will increase the number of picture faults during playback;
The tape is vulnerable: it rucks and sensible to magnetism;
Mold can cause tapes to be unwatchable;
You can not buy a new video player since 2003 and it is getting harder to maintain them.
Most of Memorescues orders are of VHS and other kinds of magnetic tape video cassettes. Our daily capacity is 80-90 hours, we transfer hundreds of cassettes every month.
Process of recording tapes:
The most important thing is we transfer every cassette carefully, like it was ours.We use dozens of well-maintained recorders through our process. The faults of the tapes (jumps, sync errors, the image distortion caused by the tapes`s elongation) are compensated by TBC and 3D filters. (No one should transfer analog recordings without filtering) Then we save it to MPEG2 format, which is the base format of movie DVDs..
This is followed by the cutting of the ends, DVD burning or exporting to files.
After the transfer and takeover we store all of the recordings for a week for quality reasons - if you need a second copy, you only need to phone us!
We often work for companies, schools, doctors, who bring us tutorials, corporate events, documentaries. We are proud to be unavoidable participants of the field of video transfer, many of our recordings have already been used in television, on homepages or on trials as evidence.
YOUR VIDEO RECORDER GONE WRONG, and you have no idea, what is on your cassettes?
Bring your cassettes, you can check the content in our office! We set up two videos with display for our customers. Anyone can use it freely, so you can easily take a glance at you recordings to see if the content is the same as the title on them. You can also set the tape to the section you need.
|BETAMAX||UMATIC||BETACAM SP||BETA SP||DIGITAL BETACAM||DIGITAL BETA|
We transfer PAL recordings on 720*576, and NTSC recordings on 720*480 standard resolution, with 25 and 29,97 frames per second. The used bitrate is CBR 5500 for VHS and CBR 8000 for DV cassettes of one hour.
OUR PRICES INCLUDE EVERYTHING!
One hour od MPEG2 takes 3,7Gb.
One hour of DV-AVI takes 13Gb.
You are keeping pace with the technological innovations? You already have an AVHCD camcorder? Then you should read this:
If you want to give some videos to your friends and family members, giving on a pendrive is a exellent solution, but still nobody can do anything with these files beside watching them clicking on every file one by one.
- We can join the many, small videos to one and if we get dates, e.g. Aprul 4-13 2013 the family was on Cyprus then we can convert it into one file by every event.
- Before joining them, we can delete the misfit or accidentally made videos, so the final movie will be only of the useful videos.
- When all the events are in one video, it can be converted to DVD, so grandmother can also watch them.
There is no minimal order! You can either ask for the important ten seconds from a recording or a room full of cassettes!
-Why are there so many video players used in the transfer process? More»»
-I can only ask the transfer to DVD or is there any other choice? More»»
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-Can my video recordings go wrong? More»»
-I would like to create qualitative records of my family in future, can you give me a few tips? More»»
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-I can do the same with a tuner card, can't I? More»»
Video cassette transfer to DVD or USB
VHS, VHS-C, Video8, Hi8, Digital8, miniDV, microMV
- With noise filtration (TBC, Comb filter);
- If asked on DVD, cutted to 100 minutes parts;
- Cassette title printed on DVD;
- Quality discs used, only Verbatim;
- DVD cases are included;
- Prices are by cassettes.
|0-60 minutes airtime (1DVD):||4.9 £|
|61-100 minutes airtime (1DVD):||9.9 £|
|above 100 minutes, every started 100 minutes:||4.9 £|
|For example, if an E-180 cassette is filled, costs 14.8 £|
Other video transfer services
|Cassette repairs: torn tape repair, case replacement||3.9 - 14.9 £|
|Tape inspection for desired programmes||4.9 £|
|HD mini DV (HDV) cassette transfer||14.9 £|
|BETACAM-SP, BETAMAX, Laserdisc, U-MATIC, Video2000 transfer by 30 minutes||29.9 £|
|Conversion of AVCHD recordings per hour of recording||19.9 £|
|Conversion between video formats per hour of video||19.9 £|
|Slideshow video editing (moving pictures with music) per workhour||29.9 £|
|CD/DVD copy (burnt by us)||3.9 £|
|CD/DVD copy (unknown source)||4.9 - 14.9 £|
|Video editing by individual needs||
0.5£ / min
|Video capture into slightly compressed DV-AVI||50% extra charge|
|American/Japanese NTSC video transfer||50% extra charge|
|Personal printed disc surface and DVD cover|
|Personal printed cover graphics+printing||6.9 £|
|Personal printed disc graphics+printing||4.9 £|