Archived Videotape Remastering
DC Video provides a wide range of high quality videotape transfer and media migration services. Our facility is equipped with many "in-service" rare and obsolete videotape machines in addition to modern decks. This dynamic capability enables us to migrate high quality audio and video tape to: computer files. data files, hard drives and LTOs as well as to more traditional forms of videotape, such as Digital Betacam, SP, DV and miniDV.
Videotape preparations may include cleaning, heat treatments (if needed), foam flange replacement (including glue foam cleanup), and shipping container upgrades.
Other services include digital noise reduction, image enhancement, re-formating and standards conversion. We are confident in our capability to fulfill any customer requirements or specifications when migrating your one-of-a-kind programming to new media.
Obsolute Format Recovery
DC Video has many in-service rare video tape recorders, along with the expertise to obtain the higest quality reproduction possible. The following is a list of some of our formats available to help migrate your archived videotapes to more modern media:
2" quad (super high band, low band, RCA experimental color low band)
2" Sony PV
2" IVC 9000
2" Ampex VR 660
1" Type A, B, C
1" Sony IVC, EV
3/4" Umatic cassette
1/2" Concord/Panasonic (12 I.P.S.)
177 W. Magnolia Blvd.
Burbank, Ca. 91502
If you have a format not listed here, please call us and we will do everything possible to help you transfer and recover your video.
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David is a very good friend of mine. I have seen his work, and can promise you, he will do everything to help you transfer, restore, and archive your vintage videotapes. Call him and say "Chuck Pharis" sent me!
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