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10 BIT UNCOMPRESSED AVI OR QUICKTIME DIGITAL FILES FOR BROADCAST TAPE CONVERSIONS

PROFESSIONAL BROADCAST AND STANDARD TAPE CONVERSION IN OXFORD OXFORDSHIRE UK

At Oxford Duplication we can digitise professional and standard formats to include VHS, Betacam SP SX, U-Matic (3/4 video tape) and HDCam into any digital video format from 10 bit uncompressed to your chosen codec AVI/Quicktime to compressed formats H264 MP4 files for online use, YouTube or other suitable platforms. Alternatively we can provide authored DVDs with menu suppliments. Our services are suited for the long term archival of video that will support your archive preservation requirements.

OUR BROADCAST VIDEO TRANSFER SERVICES ARE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

Our transfer services for capturing content from professional broadcast tapes and converting to new digital formats can conver the following specifications. 10 bit uncompressed files in either AVI or Quicktime codecs. PorRes 422, H.264 MOV, H.264 MP4, DVD and Blu-Ray discs. These can be converted to storage media, cloud or your own server. We can support both PAL and NTSC tape formats for DVCam, MiniDV, HDV, Betacam SP SX, Digibeta, Sony IMX, DVCPro, VHS, U-Matic.





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