Video8, Hi8, Digital8
MiniDV, HDV, DVCAM
Betamax, Betacam, Betacam SP, DigiBetacam, Betacam SX
Convert Videotapes to Digital
Memories Renewed converts a wide range of analog and digital videotape formats to share today and preserve for the future. Once digital, your videos can be viewed on any computer device or smart TV and shared in many ways including uploading to a cloud service for mobile access and off-site backup. Each video is custom titled with subject information written on your tapes.
Memories Renewed will review and edit your video conversions to remove blank footage or extraneous television programs that are not home movie recordings. You can provide special editing requests as well or you may choose to edit on your own with any video editing software.
Conversion to MP4 Video Files
Memories Renewed converts your collection of videotapes to a widely compatible H.264 MP4 digital format. Digital video files makes it easy for you copy the videos to share with family and friends.
10% OFF ALL PROJECTS $500+
20% OFF ALL PROJECTS $1000+
|VHS, VHS-C, Video8, Hi8, Digital8, MiniDV Formats||$20 per Tape|
|PAL, Beta, HDV, DVCAM Formats||$30 per Tape|
|Transfer Video DVD to MP4 File||$20 per DVD|
|Transfer Memory Cards to USB||$10 per Card|
|Tape Repair||$15 per Tape Repair|
|Optional Custom Editing of Video||$5 per Edit Request|
USB 3.0 Flash Drive
|$20 @ 32 GB|
$30 @ 64 GB
$40 @ 128 GB
Why should I choose you over another company?
We are a dedicated team of 9 employees who take great pride in our custom work, and the reviews by our past clients speak for themselves. We have been in business since 2005, and our focus on accuracy and quality results has always been our top priority. We are proud of our custom quality methods and personalized customer service.
What videotape formats do you convert to digital?
We convert VHS, VHS-C, Video8, Hi8, Digital8, MiniDV, HDV, DVCAM, Betamax, Betacam, Betacam SP, DigiBetacam, Betacam SX, and PAL VHS tape formats.
What digital video format do you convert to?
Our standard digital file output for videotape transfers is H.264 MP4 format which is widely compatible with both Windows and Mac OS. We use a high quality low compression bit rate setting.
How many tapes will fit on a USB flash drive?
The average file size for videotape transfers is about 2 GB per hour of video runtime, so the total data will depend largely on the length of content on tapes. We offer USB flash drives in sizes ranging from 16-128 GB or a 1 TB HDD for larger volume projects.
What do you do if a tape is blank or only has TV shows or movies on them?
We have a $5 minimum per tape charge if a tape is discovered to be blank or contains only TV/movie recordings which we will exclude. We will not transfer any TV recordings or movies unless there are specific recordings you note that you want digitized. For example, a nightly news story with a friend or relative highlighted.
Does the conversion include color correction?
The conversion does not include color correction but is also not normally an issue with videotapes, and if so is on a scene by scene basis making universal corrections unpredictable and undesirable. Our conversions do include processes to ensure a more stable transfer without issues like flagging. We review all footage after the initial capture to trim out blank or static sections or non-home movie related content like TV shows and movies.
How will my video transfers be digitally organized?
We will custom title each digital file with subject info on the original tape, or if not applicable assign a number to use in the digital file to correlate with the original source. Each tape will be converted to a single digital video file.
Can you edit my video transfers to remove parts I don’t want?
We can custom edit your video by special request with instructions you provide. Otherwise the video files can be edited using video editing software at any later time.