If you are looking for the best quality Video To DVD Conversion, you've found it. We use the world's best professional tape decks for your VHS, VHS-C, 8mm, Hi8, Digital 8 and MiniDV tapes. Tracking issues? Poor video quality? These professional decks will get the best possible quality given the condition of the tape.
Our professional broadcast machines (used by the Pro SD and Pro HD process) try to recover as much of the original image quality as possible. This is very important because video on tape degrades quickly over time and you want to recover as much of that as possible.
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Video To DVD Conversion
If you've ever tried to play an old videotape on a new television, you have probably noticed the image doesn't fit properly on the screen. Older videos have just 240 lines of resolution while modern televisions have anywhere from 500 to 1,080 lines of resolution. This discrepancy leads to an image much like the one you would see if you tried to blow up a small photograph into a poster sized image.
Most people transfer their old videos to DVD for convenience, and they don't even consider image quality. Most households have replaced their video players with DVD players. If you don't want to keep your VCR around just to play older videos, transferring your tapes to DVD makes a lot of sense.
Video Conversion Experts takes the process of transferring your old videos to DVD to the next level. When you work with Video Conversion Experts, you never have to feel like technology is passing you by. We use state-of-the-art equipment to restore your old videos to their original condition or better.
Other companies transfer your videos without first restoring them. This is an affordable option, but it's also an option that significantly reduces your enjoyment of the finished product. You can settle for a basic transfer, or you can improve the appearance of muted colors, dark exposure, and tracking lines for a lifetime of viewing pleasure. Unlike other transfer companies, we capture each frame of video for the ultimate in restoration and image correction.