Customized Video & Audio Transfer Services
Our video transfer service takes analog video to digital files. Our business is designed to give users a way to migrate their Quad, 1", and U-Matic tapes, among others, to a digital or optical format that can be played everywhere and saved for the future. At Video Park, we transfer analog video to digital files and convert to uncompressed 10-bit or to many compressed formats like ProRes, H.264, MPEG-2, DV and many others. Let us know how we can help.
Our prices are very competitive. Let us give you a price or do a sample transfer free of charge. We have never lost a shootout.
The Transfer Lab at Video Park offers the best in audio restoration and conversion services. We have the experience, hardware and software to professionally convert and restore your reel-to-reel tapes, cassette, cart and phonograph records.
Using Ampex broadcast equipment that has been fully restored, your tapes come to life. We can make Pro Tools session files or WAVE files. Multi-track tapes are transferred with all their tracks at the same time so they remain in sync.
ATTENTION TO DETAIL
With our Accom D-Bridge digital decoder, we can now give you the finest quality dubs from a composite source like Quad, Type "C", U-Matic and D-2/3. The D-Bridge uses a digital 3D filter to separate the chroma from the luminance, and it does it better than anything else available. No "hanging dots" like a comb filter would create and no cross-color from luminance interference and no softening of the image like a notch filter would do. It's the best decoder ever invented, and we use it on all our composite transfers. We have also installed an Accom DIE-125 10-bit digital noise reducer and image enhancer. It does wonders cleaning up old Quad tapes and 3/4" U-matic tapes. You won't believe the difference!
Best in Class Equipment
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Here is a funny look at caring for videotape. After watching this short video, you’ll never look at tape the same way again!
Here is an excellent guide by Jim Wheeler on how to preserve videotape. Jim Wheeler is one the great resources on magnetic media. Retired from Ampex, he is still active, preserving magnetic tape and working on preservation initiatives. I’m sure you’ll find it valuable. WheelerVideo