|Don't wait - let us transfer your video to DVD
today! Videotapes lose part of their picture and sound signal each time
you play them. Even if you don't play them that often, the signal is
steadily deteriorating and lasts only 10-15 years. Too often we have
seen someone bring in a precious videotape that no longer has sound or
has snow running through the middle of the screen and there is no way to recover the picture or
audio once it is gone!
Prevention is the solution. By having your videos
converted now, before they deteriorate you will keep your favorite
memories alive in the highest quality possible. The capability of a DVD
disk to store high quality digital audio and video
far exceeds what is available on the standard VHS or 8mm video format.
And unlike videotapes, the digital recordings on DVD are designed to
well over 100 years!
A DVD will hold up to 2 hours of video footage without
losing quality. Additional
DVD copies are economical. We offer fast processing - usually 1 or 2
for a DVD archive transfer.
Economical DVD Archive:
By this method, your entire videotape is transferred to DVD as is.
There are no custom titles pages or custom chapter points edited onto
the DVD. However, chapter stops are automatically included about every
3-5 minutes for your convenience.
(For a DVD made from formats
other than those listed above click here)
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to be Converted
Since DVDs can get scratched and otherwise damaged, causing them to be
unviewable, we recommend that you have at least one copy of your
transfer made as a back-up. Additional DVD copies are inexpensive
compared to the price of losing your video footage!
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Custom DVD Authoring:
Choose specific chapter locations and titles!
custom DVD authoring is charged at the studio edit rate ($150/hour) so
your cost will vary depending on the services requested.
DVD is an exceptional way to archive
training videos, product and services promotions, trade shows,
family videos, old 8 and 16mm home movies, weddings and
more. Note: The quality of a DVD cannot exceed that of the video
source from which it is mastered, so if the master tape is on
VHS, the quality of the DVD will not exceed that of VHS. Also,
certain older DVD players may be incompatible with "burned" DVDs (i.e.
here to see the order form
your videotape, specifications and payment to:
361 East Parkwood Ave.
Friendswood, TX 77546
281/992-4100 or call toll free 888-778-4336
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