|Broadcast Tapes||$65.00 – $90.00|
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BROADCAST VIDEO Transfer Service
Transfer services for capturing content from Professional Broadcast video tapes and converting it to new digital formats such as ProRes 422, H.264 MOV, H.264 MP4, DVD and Blu-ray Disc. Return options for new data files include Web download links, placement on your own provided storage media, or Cintrex provided flash-drives, hard-drives, or LTO-6 tape. Optional archived backup to Amazon AWS Glacier via LightJar offered, as well. All services performed by Cintrex AV (St. Louis MO).
BROADCAST VIDEOTAPES to DVD
Digitizing from legacy professional formats Beta cam or Beta cam SP and U-Matic SP (3/4″ video tape) to Quicktime, MP4, or DVD format.
We are now offering digitizing from legacy professional formats Beta cam or Beta cam SP and U-Matic SP (3/4″ video tape) to Quicktime, MP4, or DVD format. This will allow the preservation of family memories of loved ones being filmed for commercials, TV shows, News clips, family events and corporate events. We also invite corporate clients with broadcast quality video tape transfers to call us for a quote.
Supported NTSC and PAL tape formats – DVCAM, MiniDV, HDV, Betacam (SP, SX and DigiBeta), Sony IMX, DVCPRO (25/50/100)
NTSC only tapes – U-Matic 3/4″, and Sony open reel 1/2″ and 1″ video tapes.
Why Convert BROADCAST VIDEOTAPES to DVD?
Videotapes are Bulky: With Videotapes, a few hours of video takes up as much space as a book. Converting VHS to DVD means storing the same video content on a small stack of disks – probably taking up less space than just a few of VHS tapes.
VHS and Video Tapes Deteriorate and Break: Analog tapes, whether VHS or 8mm cassettes, degrade over time much more rapidly than digital disks. While storing tapes in constant temperature and humidity helps delay deterioration, the longer you wait to transfer video tapes to digital disks the lower the quality will be. In addition, cassette tapes have mechanical moving parts that are more likely to break or malfunction the older they become.
Video Tapes are Obsolete: VHS tapes and players are rapidly going the way of the dinosaur. If you keep waiting to do something with your old video tapes, one day you will find yourself with no way to play or reproduce them. Then you may end up spending big money to pay a professional to salvage your precious home movies.