DVCAM is a variation of the DV format developed by Sony and aimed at the semi-professional and lower-end professional market. DVCAM uses the same type of tape and compression as DV and MiniDV but at a higher speed (almost 50% faster). DVCAM VCRs can play back DV content, and some VCRs can also play DVCPRO.
Transfer your Professional NTSC and PAL tape formats - DVCAM, MiniDV, HDV, Betacam (SP, SX and DigiBeta), Sony IMX, HDCAM, DVCPRO (25/50/100) tapes - U-Matic 3/4", and Sony open reel 1/2" and 1" video tapes. Videotapes to Digital MP4 video file available. Editable DV files with timecode (for PC or Mac) available upon request. 7-10 day average delivery time.
OUR SERVICES IN BETACAM BROADCAST CONVERSION
|BROADCAST AND CORPORATE VIDEO TAPES||SUITABLE USES||FORMAT||1+||5+||10+||25+||50+||100+|
|PROFESSIONAL ARCHIVING||10BIT UNCOMPRESSED||48.50||44.00||40.00||36.50||33.00||30.00|
|We offer many different formats but the most common are above and priced accordingly. 10bit uncompressed is considered to be National Archive quality and suitable as an original master mezzanine format from which further copies can be made in any format. FFV1 is considered suitable for archiving as a lossless compression format. Apple Pro-Res is a lossy format available in several quality levels and ideal for video editing due to its file sizes. MPEG4 is also lossy but highly efficient and ideal as a digital copy for viewing purposes.|
Broadcast tapes typically have superior video and sound quality to that of a consumer tape. There are a variety of broadcast tapes we can transfer to digital file.
We can capture content from Professional Broadcast video tapes and convert it to new digital formats such as ProRes 422, H.264 MOV, H.264 MP4, DVD and Blu-ray Disc.
Optional archived backup to our cloud is offered as well. Supported NTSC and PAL tape formats - DVCAM, MiniDV, HDV, Betacam (SP, SX and DigiBeta), Sony IMX, HDCAM, DVCPRO (25/50/100) tapes - U-Matic 3/4", and Sony open reel 1/2" and 1" video tapes.