Analog videotape formats such as VHS, Betamax and 8mm were never designed for long term video storage. These tapes and their magnetic charges can deteriorate under even the most ideal storage conditions. Let AMRS transfer your VHS, VHS-C, S-VHS, 8mm, Hi8mm, Digital 8mm and mini-dv videos to DVD. We use a professional time-base corrector (TBC), digital noise reduction and professional DVD recorders to transfer your most precious memories. This process stabilizes and clarifies the video signal and ensures that the finished DVD has the best possible version of your video.
At AMRS, every tape is checked before transfer for run times and unwanted footage. Blank areas at the end of tapes and unwanted footage is not charged. This process allows us to give our customers an accurate price quote for the cost of transfer before the process begins. Shorter tapes can be combined onto a single DVD with menu buttons which allow each individual tape to be identified and accessed for viewing.
When pricing VHS and 8mm video transfers, be sure to ask if a Time-Base corrector is used in the process. It's the only way to be certain that your tapes are being transferred with professional equipment. Call or email us for more information.