All Betacam format transfers in PAL and NTSC

Thanks to continued investment in hardware and software, SimplyDV is now pleased to announce that we’re now equipped to undertake the full range of Betacam tape transfers in both PAL and NTSC formats.
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We can transfer any Betacam format – in PAL and NTSC too

Whether you’re looking for a straightforward copy of Betacam, Betacam-SP, Betacam-SX, Digital Betacam (DigiBeta), MPEG IMX or standard original Betacam oxide tape to DVD or to an editable file format such as 10-bit/8-bit Uncompressed Quicktime file, ProRes422 (any profile), MPEG-4/H.264 or even DPX sequence files then we can do it for you. We’re also able to undertake transfers from any of the above formats in either PAL or NTSC standards, too.

Large and Small format tape cassettes

We can handle both the large and the small tape cassettes, so all you have to do is to send us your tapes for transfer without worrying about whether they’ll be transferred. We’ll do the rest.

Prices

We’re now offering all Betacam tape format transfers in both PAL and NTSC at a standard rate according to the tape running times. These are as follows:

  • Tape up to 30 mins = £20.00 per tape;
  • Tape up to 60 minutes = £30.00 per tape;
  • Tape up to 90 minutes = £40.00 per tape.

Depending on the destination format (eg: DVD disc, ProRes422, 10-bit/8-bit uncompressed Quicktime file, MPEG-4/H.264 file, DPX delivered on Hard Disc Drive or USB stick, Memory Card, etc) we are also able to offer discounted prices on volume in excess of 10 units.

Archiving videotapes to digital files in bulk quantity?

We’re being increasingly asked to undertake bulk archiving work for libraries, museums and archives seeking to move their tape-based assets into more accessible files. If you or your organisation have such requirements, then please contact Colin using the Contact page or telephone 01908 698938 during office hours.

Whatever your Betacam transfer and digital archiving requirements, we’re committed to providing the best quality of product and of service.

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