Save Your Memories: Home Video Transferred to DVD

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Formats like videotape and film were once the resource for capturing and holding onto memories. But today, to maintain such a catalog you’d have to maintain what’s become antiquated equipment. It’s time to update your VHS and camcorder tapes, film reels, slides, and more. Create a library you can easily view anywhere. Here at Advanced Media Integration, we invite you to save your memories with home video transferred to DVD.

The Best Home Video Transferring Processing

We convert all forms of home video and home movies to DVD and digital formats. This is beneficial to you. You have to find places to store your library of old videos. As aficionados of these older formats know, time can age video and films, producing less than stellar images. Tapes break or get tangled.

It’s time to update your catalog to a format that doesn’t age or break. That’s easy to store and view.

Professional Video Transferring

Home Video

You want professional, quick, and affordable video transfer. Our team of well-versed videographers uses top-tier broadcast equipment and the safest techniques that protect and convert your memories. Send us your broken tapes for conversion. They’ll be carefully repaired and returned in the digital format of your choice.

Use our resources for your transfers.

Advanced Media Integration Home Video Transfers

Advanced Media Integration carefully developed its rep as an expert in home video transfer to DVD. With the emergence of new technologies, we expanded into high-volume media replication. We also do short-run CD and DVD duplication.

Our transfer services include 8mm, Super 8mm, 16mm film, 35mm slides, and photographs to DVD. We do videotape to CD or DVD. All in the most professional authoring and without bursting your budgets.

Let us help you keep your memories alive on the most advanced digital platforms. Contact Advanced Media Integration for the best quality, price, and home video transfer to DVD productions.

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