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Convert your old VHS tapes to DVD
Why transfer your video tapes to DVD?
Over time, Videotapes will deteriorate. The magnetic particles that make up your precious memories are constantly being eroded through a combination of heat and humidity or
through improper handling and storage. All of these conditions place a heavy toll on the condition of your VHS tapes.

However, by converting that old footage now into a digital format, you can stop this decay, and with our remastering service, actually improve the quality of the picture and
sound of your tapes
How do I remaster your old footage?

I start by capturing your footage using Time Base Correction.
This is a process that removes any jitters from fluctuating video signals to deliver a stable picture even with older tapes.

After completion, I will then look for and edit out any unwanted 'dead' footage and then tidy up your film by applying colour correction filters to remove noise and enhance the overall look of your footage. I can then clean up the audio by removing any excessive noise or hiss from your tape.

How much does it cost?
Each DVD will cost £12. Main menus/chapters will be added for ease of access. It will come in its own case with bespoke artwork/images directly from the video itself. For additional DVD copies, there will be a fee of £5 each. Discounts available for orders over 10 tapes.

I can transfer Camcorder tapes and also offer an Audio Cassette and Vinyl digitisation service.