Video to DVD transfer

Transfering your VIDEO tapes to DVD makes an ideal gift for
Christmas,
Birthdays,
Anniversaries or
A special occasion.

video transfer conversion

$25 per tape to DVD disc

$60 per tape to MP4

(USB stick not included)
VIDCAM ™ Toowoomba, can efficiently transfer your video tapes to DVD or MP4,
enabling you to preserve your unique and personal video memories for years to come.

It comes in a hard high quality DVD case to keep your Disc safe
and creates a totally professional finish to your DVD.
VIDCAM only use high quality Verbatim DVD recordable media.
we now can transfer your Video tapes to MP4 format.
This allows you to play the video on a Computer or Smart TV, you can even edit it with the use of a Video editor or put it on youtube
We cannot copy any Copyright material, ie footage off TV , horse races etc (Please ask for more information if not sure)
Original videos or home footage are all ok to transferr.

Older tapes can be badly damaged from mould or other damge and can show signs of picture break up.
Your video will be copied "as is" ie the quality of the video and audio recording on the DVD is determined by the quality of the original video supplied,
At this stage we do not do any editing or enhancing as this becomes very time consuming and a costly project,

We can transfer these supported formats

  • VHS (PAL or NSTC)
  • S VHS
  • VHS C(PAL or NSTC)
  • Mini DV
  • 8 mill(PAL or NSTC)
  • Hi-8
  • Digital 8
Tranfering PAL to NTSC or NTSC to PAL is $65 per tape.

Why you should put your Videos onto DVD?

VIDEO TAPE Repairs

If your tape has snapped we can resplice it and then put it on to DVD or a New VHS Tape. To repair a VHS tape is is $20 Per splice. 8 Mill and Mini DV tapes are $40 a splice. But some Mini DV tape are not design to be repaired as the Cassette housing is Sealed and the case has to be broken to access the tape, these repairs start at $40 and rise very quickly due to the time required to repair, when we get these tapes our Tape technician will contact you with a aprox quote.
We will always recommond when it is repaired you get it transferred straight away, unfortnually we cannot give a warranty on how well it will work after the repair.

So are you ready to send your tapes to us??

Then just fillout this Order form and then print it and send it with your tapes to
VIDCAM ,
PO Box 1253 ,
Toowoomba QLD 4350,
AUSTRALIA
REGISTERED POST is a good idea and Email us the Tracking Number you get, so we can track it ourselves via Australia Post,
Then when it arrives we will then do the rest. In a few days after getting your tapes a VIDCAM staff member will Email or phone you with costs and how to pay



Some Cool facts about Video Tapes

Will tapes last longer if they are not used?

Not necessarily. Tapes should be rewound or played at least annually. However, the more often you play a tape,the greater the likelihood that the tape will be damaged. Copies should be made of frequently used tapes so that a backup exists.

How long will videotapes last?

The life of a videotape is difficult to predict. Some tapes deteriorate after three or four years, under humidity conditions deterioration can occur in even lest time as Mold grows b/t the tape and damges it) The life of a tape depends on good storage conditions, the quality of the tape, the frequency of use and the care in use.

How should tapes be stored?

Heat and humidity are the two greatest enemies of videotape. The recommended storage conditions for videotape are 18C-24C with a relative humidity of between 35 per cent and 45 per cent i.e. an even temperature with low humidity. Satisfying these conditions in a typical domestic environment is difficult. Storage places to be avoided include:
  1. Directly on concrete floors (susceptible to spills and water damage and high humidity)
  2. Attics, cellars (high temperatures and high humidities)
  3. Adjacent to bathrooms and laundries, or other areas where steam water is found
  4. Next to the VCR or other Electricial Equipment in an enclosed cabinet due to high temperatures.
You should always keep tapes to their containers when you have finished using them and store them in an upright position.
It is also a good idea to spool tapes at low speed or play from start to finish before storage as this will ensure that the tape is correctly wound inside the cassette.

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