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A lap top on top of a VCR player with video tapes which can be digitised.

Transferring VHS Tapes to Digital Format

Preserving Memories, One VHS at a Time: Your Analogue Past, Digitally Transformed!

  • 1 h
  • Per VHS Tape
  • Noosaville

Service Description

Transferring video to digital format involves converting analogue video tapes into digital files that can be stored, edited, and shared electronically. Here's a brief description of the service provided: 1. Preparation: The analogue video tapes are inspected and prepared for transfer. 2. Playback Equipment: A video playback device compatible with the format of the analogue source material is used. This includes VCRs (for VHS tapes), and camcorder tapes that are compatible with VHS to VHSC Tape Converter Player VHS-C Tapes VHS-C 3. Cassette Capture Device: A video capture device is connected to the playback equipment and a computer. This device converts the analogue video signal into a digital format that can be processed by the computer. 4. Transfer Process: The analogue video is played back on the playback equipment, while the capture device records the video signal and converts it into a digital file in real-time. The transfer process can take the same amount of time as the duration of the video being transferred. 5. File Format and Quality: The digital files are typically saved in common video formats such as MP4, AVI, or MOV. The quality of the digital file can vary depending on the resolution and bitrate settings used during the capture process. 6. File Organisation: The digitised videos are organised and labelled based on your preferences or specific criteria such as date, event, or subject matter. This makes it easier to manage and locate videos later on. 7. Delivery: The digital video files can be delivered to you via a preferred method, such as email, cloud storage, or on a USB. You can then access, share, and archive their digitised videos as desired.


Contact Details

  • Noosaville QLD, Australia


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