If you are looking for the best quality VHS 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.
Just a few years ago, people were still using VCRs to watch their favorite films and home movies. With technology improving at a rapid rate, it seems just about every household in America has access to a DVD player. Most people buy their movies on DVD, and record their home movies on DVD-compatible cameras. Now more than ever, it seems like VHS tapes are becoming a thing of the past.
Just because your home movies are on video tape, doesn’t mean you have to put them away in storage. When you work with Video Conversion Experts, you can perform a VHS to DVD Conversion for a very reasonable rate. Most of the people who have worked with us have their videotapes restored to their original condition during the conversion process as well.
Many of the videos we process at Video Conversion Experts are 10 to 15 years old. Technological advances in the last couple of years have made this format more difficult to watch. Older videos have less resolution than the modern televisions they’re played on. This creates a discrepancy in image quality and resolution.
The Hollywood Restoration process from Video Conversion Experts corrects problems with image resolution and so much more. Many satisfied customers claim it’s worth every dollar they’ve spent to update their videos to meet the demands of today’s standard definition and high definition televisions. The Gold and Silver packages from Video Conversion Experts address issues with color fading, grainy pictures, and problems with stilted motion.