Transferring Beta Tapes to DVD or Digital
Decades ago, when home video recording was new, the Betamax was the state of the art. However, no one manufactures players that can handle beta format tapes anymore. That means that you may have stacks and stacks of videos of family vacations, birthdays, and holidays that you can no longer watch and remember those cherished events from so long ago. More importantly, the medium upon which those memories have been recorded have a tendency to fade and even break over time.
Transfer beta tapes to more modern, more durable formats
Fortunately, we have the solution that will allow you to preserve all of those memories and enjoy them over and over again. We will be able to take those old beta tapes and copy them either to DVDs or to digital format.
Preserving memories for some time to come
Then friends and family members who were not even born when those old videos were first recorded can enjoy those events from the distant past. Your lives, at least those parts that you cared to record, will be preserved for quite some time to come.
Old movies and TV shows
If you were like a lot of people, in the pre-DVR, pre-live streaming days, you liked to tape content from your TV in order to view it later. You might have kept that content, perhaps to view it over and over again.
A transfer from Beta to DVDs or digital might make more sense to you than buying new DVDs or of those old TV shows and movies or paying for a streaming service. In any case, those are your memories of watching television the old-fashioned way,
Business application Beta tapes
Maybe you own a business and have a lot of Beta tapes related to your line of work. In that case, copying the old content to a more durable, long-lasting format would just be the way to preserve video records instead of letting them fade away.
For more information on video transfer services contact us.
Andrew A Hastingson June 18, 2021 - 12:46:44
Do you do VHS to DVD transfers….???
Martin Smazenkoon June 25, 2021 - 16:58:18
Yes we do. We start out at $9.95 per tape!