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Betacam/Betacam SP Duplication

Betacam / Betacam SP to DVD transfer service.
Betacam and Betacam SP was designed by Sony in the 1980's. It is the primary video format world-wide. It was created for professional use and advanced features such as Time Code and full editing functionality.






 

3/4" U-matic Duplication

U-matic to DVD transfer service.
U-matic is a professional videotape used to record high quality video. It is however a magnetic tape which can lose quality overtime. Every time it is viewed the quality is diminished. It can also be destroyed by dust and moisture and so on.






 

DVCAM Duplication

DVCAM to DVD transfer service.
DVCAM is a video format introduced in 1996. It has become one of the standards for consumer video production. Created by Sony, it is a semi-professional version of the DV standard which utilizes the same cassettes as DV and MiniDV but provides better audio and video quality.







MiniDV Duplication

MiniDV to DVD transfer service.
DVCAM is a video format introduced in 1996. It has become one of the standards for consumer video production. Created by Sony, it is a semi-professional version of the DV standard which utilizes the same cassettes as DV and MiniDV but provides better audio and video quality.






DVC Pro Duplication

DVC Pro to DVD transfer service.
Panasonic specifically created the DVCPRO family for electronic news gathering (ENG) use, with better linear editing capabilities and robustness. Audio is only available in the 16 bit/48 kHz variant, there is no EP mode, and DVCPRO always uses 4:1:1 color subsampling (even in PAL mode).Standard DVCPRO (also known as DVCPRO25) is otherwise identical to DV at a bitstream level.






D2 Duplication

D2 to DVD transfer service.
Four audio channels are available for editing as well as an analog cue channel. D-2 was the first digital tape format to offer "read before write" (an Ampex term) also known as "preread" on Sony recorders. Read before write allowed simultaneous playback and recording on the same VTR.





1" Duplication

1 inch to DVD transfer service.
1 inch Type C is capable of "trick-play" functions such as still, shuttle, and variable-speed playback - slow motion. These were capabilities that 2 inch Quad was not capable of, due to its segmented nature of recording the video tracks onto the tape. Also, 1 inch Type C VTRs required much less maintenance (and used less power & space) than did 2 inch Quad.







Broadcast Videotape to DVD

Betacam/Betacam SP to DVD

Betacam / Betacam SP to DVD transfer service.
Betacam and Betacam SP was designed by Sony in the 1980's. It is the primary video format world-wide. It was created for professional use and advanced features such as Time Code and full editing functionality.






 

3/4" U-matic to DVD

U-matic to DVD transfer service.
U-matic is a professional videotape used to record high quality video. It is however a magnetic tape which can lose quality overtime. Every time it is viewed the quality is diminished. It can also be destroyed by dust and moisture and so on.






 

DVCAM to DVD

DVCAM to DVD transfer service.
DVCAM is a video format introduced in 1996. It has become one of the standards for consumer video production. Created by Sony, it is a semi-professional version of the DV standard which utilizes the same cassettes as DV and MiniDV but provides better audio and video quality.






MiniDV to DVD

MiniDV to DVD transfer service.
DVCAM is a video format introduced in 1996. It has become one of the standards for consumer video production. Created by Sony, it is a semi-professional version of the DV standard which utilizes the same cassettes as DV and MiniDV but provides better audio and video quality.






DVC Pro to DVD

DVC Pro to DVD transfer service.
Panasonic specifically created the DVCPRO family for electronic news gathering (ENG) use, with better linear editing capabilities and robustness. Audio is only available in the 16 bit/48 kHz variant, there is no EP mode, and DVCPRO always uses 4:1:1 color subsampling (even in PAL mode).Standard DVCPRO (also known as DVCPRO25) is otherwise identical to DV at a bitstream level.






D2 to DVD

D2 to DVD transfer service.
Four audio channels are available for editing as well as an analog cue channel. D-2 was the first digital tape format to offer "read before write" (an Ampex term) also known as "preread" on Sony recorders. Read before write allowed simultaneous playback and recording on the same VTR.





1" to DVD

1 inch to DVD transfer service.
1 inch Type C is capable of "trick-play" functions such as still, shuttle, and variable-speed playback - slow motion. These were capabilities that 2 inch Quad was not capable of, due to its segmented nature of recording the video tracks onto the tape. Also, 1 inch Type C VTRs required much less maintenance (and used less power & space) than did 2 inch Quad.