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THE CENTRE FOR DUPLICATION – CONVERSION – ARCHIVAL SERVICES. 

FROM 1 WEDDING VHS TAPE TO 10,000+ ARCHIVES.









Welcome to Oxford Duplication, the centre for all duplication, conversion and digitisation of any analogue material to digital, ready for online presence or for digital archival preservation to National Archive requirements within the fields of audio video image and text.
Our services start from your private wedding and family VHS tapes to historical archival collections to disc and USB duplication for musicians, bands and corporate clients. We offer a complete professional conversion and preservation service for the transfer of archives, images, text, video and sound into digital formats, for use in machines, computers and cloud.

FAMILY VIDEO TAPE CONVERSION
We can convert all your family memories. From VHS tapes, cassettes, vinyls, slides and much more.
THINK PRESENTS THINK IDEAL FAMILY PRESENTS
Bespoke family presents for family and loved ones. From photo albums to videos to DVD or digital files. We can support you with all your family consumer requests.
CINE FILM CONVERSION
Old Cine Film 8mm, 9.5mm, 16mm. 35mm Film. Super8 Film. Super 16 Film. Film Sound Reels to Digital Files or DVD.
SCAN & ARCHIVE SOLUTIONS
35mm Slides & Negatives. Archive Scanning, Medium Format Film, Family Photographs. Documents & Books. Glass Plate Negatives. Photo Restoration.
BROADCAST AND LEGACY CORPORATE TAPES
Broadcast Legacy Tapes – Digital Preservation of Audio & Video. We play an active role in the conversion of analogue media into digital formats, ready for preservation and access for the future.
Professional digitisation services within the Heritage, music scene and consumer sectors. Supporting you with online access to archives.

B4 Business Networking
Richard Rosser – B4 Business
“Without any doubt, Cheryl and her team are dedicated and highly skilled, a solid gold supplier.”
Headington Girls School
Deb Prior – HSO
They are superb at meeting tight deadlines which has helped me tremendously. Encompassing all of this is that I trust then.

Warm regards
Cheryl
Director
Oxford Duplication
The Centre for Duplication, Archive and Preservation
29 Banbury Road
Kidlington
OX5 1AQ
www.oxfordduplicationcentre.com
01865 457000

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