Convert your Video
Transfer your historical memories to DVD or CD today.
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(Video8, Hi8 & Digital8)
Why do Videos deteriorate?
Videos unfortunately deteriorate quicker than films, after an average of 5 years the original recording will loose some of it's quality due to unavoidable chemical changes. The bonding between the magnetic particles and the glue holding it to the plastic tape also breaks down which contributes to the gradual destruction of your precious memories. As this magnetic layer separates from the tape, it makes the heads dirty and the picture is generally seen as blurry or grainy.
What you get
2 Copies of each DVD are provided, 1 to use and the other can be archived.
For best picture quality, we usually put around 90 minutes of footage per DVD, which can be from multiple tapes.
Final quality of the DVD depends on the condition of the original Video supplied.
We cannot transfer copyright protected material without the permission of the copyright owner. Under Copyright laws, this includes commercial videos and taped TV programmes. For more information please see the Australian Copyright Council website at http://www.copyright.org.au