HDV TAPE CONVERSION TO DVD OR MPEG4
HDV is a format for recording of high-definition video on DV cassette tape. The format was originally developed by JVC and supported by Sony, Canon, and Sharp. The four companies formed the HDV Consortium in September 2003.
At Oxford Duplication Centre we transfer all standards of MiniDV / HDV from both NTSC and PAL (US and UK formats) We offer a wide range of formats, though typically most consumer clients require MPEG4 given this is the industry standard.
USBs can be provided to place your HDV videos, alternatively you can have DVDs. Although for this format it is typical to have digital files given they are 1080i.
Please email email@example.com or call 01865 457000 and talk to a friendly technician.
WE ONLY CHARGE BY THE HALF HOUR, ENSURING TO KEEP YOUR COSTS AS LOW AS POSSIBLE
VHS VHS-C SVHS Tapes Hi8 Digital 8 and Video 8 Tapes Mini DV Tapes Mini DVD Tapes Betamax Tapes Floppy Discs Memory Cards SD Formats Mobile Phones Video Tape Repairs DV Cam Tapes Betacam Tapes NTSC to PAL or PAL to NTSC
|FAMILY VIDEO TAPE TRANSFER SPECIALISTS IN OXFORDSHIRE UK
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WE CHARGE ONLY BY THE HALF HOUR. ANY TV FOOTAGE IS NON CONVERTED
UNLESS SPECIFIED ENSURING TO KEEP YOUR COSTS TO A MINIMUM
All tapes can be batched together to benefit from maximum savings.
We process all format of video tape including VHS, VHS-C, MiniDV, HDV, HI8,
Video8, Digital8, MicroMV, Betamax
|DVD's hold 4.7gb which typically means 1-2 tapes per disc|
|Videos are prepared to MPEG4, the most current versatile format
perfect for viewing on most media platforms
|DVD & MPEG4||30MIN||60MIN||90MIN||120MIN||180MIN|
|Best of both is ideal for clients requiring both DVD and MPEG4
|EXTRA DVD COPY||7.00|
|All prices exclude VAT @ 20%
Tel: 01865 457000
The VHS format is not only out of style, it’s out of date – it’s getting harder and harder to find a VCR in someone’s home, much less on the shelf at Best Buy. Add that to the fact that VHS tapes are notoriously poor stewards of your memories – tapes get chewed up, the film gets ripped out by the VCR, and even in perfect condition they only last about 20 years!
|POST PRODUCTION COSTS||30MINS||1HR||2HR||3HR||4HRS||THEREAFTER|