Broadcast Betacam Tape Conversion to Uncompressed 10bit, Pro-Res or Viewable MPEG4 Digital files.
Our professional audio-visual studio, based in Kidlington, just outside the beautiful city of Oxford can digitise all PAL and NTSC tape formats to include DVCAM, MiniDV, HDV, Betacam (SP, SX and DigiBeta), Sony IMX, HDCAM, DVCPRO (25/50/100), U-Matic 3/4", and Sony open reel 1/2" and 1" video tapes. Access MPEG4 video files available. Editable DV files with timecode (for PC or Mac) available upon request.
OUR SERVICES IN BETACAM BROADCAST CONVERSION
| USING THE HIGH PERFORMANCE, HIGH QUALITY
ENCODING FROM AWS ELEMENTAL AND BLACKMAGIC DECKS
Clients include Archives, Universities, Production Houses, Museums, Historical Societies, Libraries, Educational Sectors and Corporate Businesses
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 01865 457000
|HDCAM SR • HDCAM • DIGITAL BETACAM • DVCPRO HD • 3/4" U-MATIC •
BETACAM SP • DVCAM • HI8 • BETACAM SX • VHS NTSC + PAL • VHS/HI8/MINIDV
|COST PER VIDEO TAPE TO DIGITAL FILE||1+||5+||10+||25+||50+||100+|
|Archive 2||10bit Uncompressed||60.00||55.00||50.00||45.00||40.00||35.00|
|ADDITIONAL SERVICES||1+||5+||10+||25+||50+||100+||Up-Converting SD to HD - Down
Converting HD to SD, Cross Converting
HD Formats - Selected SD Conversion
|Additional H264/MPEG4 Access Files||14.00||12.75||11.25||9.75||9.00||8.00|
|Tape Baking - Sticky Shed Syndrome||14.00||12.75||11.25||9.75||9.00||8.00|
|We offer professional tape baking which involves using a specialist oven to draw
moisture from problematic tapes, so they can be safely digitised without damage.
|All prices exclude VAT @ 20%
Clients are requested to supply their own hard drive, alternatively we can supply
these at an addtional cost.
Turnaround is dependant upon the project, which can be discussed to
suit your requirements.
Broadcast tapes typically have superior video and sound quality to that of a consumer tape. There are a variety of broadcast tapes we can transfer to digital file.
We can capture content from Professional Broadcast video tapes and convert it to new digital formats such as ProRes 422, H.264 MOV, H.264 MP4, DVD and Blu-ray Disc.