VHS to DVD Transfer and Restoration

Our VHS to DVD transfer and restoration has been performed for people all over the world. It may be because our process was developed and perfected by a video forensic expert. Check out the sample of our work below and contact us for pricing. We are also experienced at repairing  VHS tapes. We respond to email inquiries within 24 hours.

 

 

Why should you preserve your VHS tapes?

The expected shelf life of video tape is 25 years. VHS to DVD Transfer and restoration services are crucial to preserve cherished memories recorded on analogue format (like VHS tape). Restoration of your family memories is done in our lab and begins with the digitization process. This is when the analogue VHS tape is transferred or digitized into our computer. Once digitized, we can apply enhancement tools to restore the quality and in many instances repair your VHS footage. This process ensures that your films will be safe. You can receive your restored VHS content several ways. Some are DVD, jump or thumb drive and even uploaded to the Internet on networks like YouTube.

A forensic approach

Our sister company, Primeau Forensics is a world renowned audio and video forensic company. Transferring and restoring VHS video tape to digital form, like DVD, is a day to day activity. Primeau Forensics has the tools and experience to compliment Primeau Productions for VHS transfer and restoration. We have restored 16MM film for the Napoleon Hill Foundation as well as transferred hours of home movies for the general public.

Some VHS tapes can require up to 4 DVD’s and be up to 6 hours long. In addition, we can provide digital video file output in Standard-Definition ( SD: 720×480) High-Definition (HD: 1920×1080), and 4k (3840×2160)  resolutions. The digital video file outputs, and project files used to restore your VHS videos are stored on our server’s retaining a backup in our systems. The VHS restoration process includes the following post production techniques:

 

VHS Restoration Post Production Techniques: 

  • Tape Grain/Noise Reduction
  • Shadow & Highlight Adjustment
  • Color Correction
  • Grading/Looks
  • Scaling & Position Adjustment
  • Restoration using Independent scene adjustments
  • Audio Restoration (Noise Reduction, Equalization, Compression/Limiting)

Additional Formats Available For Transfer: 

  • VHS, VHS-S, VHS-C
  • Beta or Betacam SP
  • Mini-DV
  • HI-8
  • Film (8mm & 16mm)
  • Digital 8

VHS Video Restoration Samples:

BEFORE-300x200 VHS to DVD Transfer and Restoration

Before VHS Restoration

AFTER-300x200 VHS to DVD Transfer and Restoration

After VHS Restoration

URBAN_RELICS_EXAMPLE_01_BEFORE-300x169 VHS to DVD Transfer and Restoration

Before 16mm Tape Restoration

URBAN_RELICS_EXAMPLE_01_AFTER-300x169 VHS to DVD Transfer and Restoration

After 16mm Tape Restoration

 

Advanced professional forensic restoration services are also available. This service will clarify your old video recordings that may have been damaged by heat and lack of proper storage. Some VHS video tapes that were not stored properly can become cloudy on playback. We use filtering and other sharpening tools to help restore your video footage for optimum playback.

Contact us to discuss our pricing and turn around times on your VHS to DVD transfer and restoration at 800-647-4281

Video Forensic Expert Edward J Primeau Curriculum Vitae

download-cv