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Where we areSimplyDV Limited
Milton Keynes Business Centre
Milton Keynes MK14 6GD United Kingdom
Please DO NOT CALL IN PERSON WITHOUT AN APPOINTMENT as there may be nobody available to see you. You can, however, leave clearly-marked packages for us at reception between 8.30am and 5.30pm weekdays. These will be stored securely and we will contact you to discuss your requirements soon after.
Telephone UsOur telephone number:
01908 698938 Office Times: 9.30am - 5.00pm WeekdaysBecause the business is a small and highly-specialised service it's possible that you'll be presented with a message service while we're working off-site. Rest assured that you'll get a call-back very quickly.
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Our Service CommitmentIf you tell us you're not happy with any aspect of our video tape to digital transfer service we'll not only refund your money but you can keep the DVD video copy too.
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Category Archives: Technology
In order to meet at increasing demand for digitally archiving very early low-guage video formats we need old technology! Our latest acquisition is a Sony CV-2100ACE 1/2″ Helical Helical Scan B&W EIAJ VTR (Video Tape Recorder) dating from 1971. This … Continue reading
The trouble with old, obsolete video tape formats is that they tend to deteriorate after many years of storage. This 1977 Scotch 3/4″ U-Matic tape containing a video recording from the University of California has dropout problems and an edge … Continue reading
With the move to larger space now complete, we’re assembling a new Apple Mac-based video capture and editing system based around a Blackmagic Teranex 2D digital video processor. Although the Teranex 2D was acquired – and put to good use – before … Continue reading
As another volume transfer assignment nears completion we have Blackmagic’s Teranex 2D processor to thank for the quality of the 10-bit uncompressed Quicktime master files. As this post goes to press (so to speak) we’re close to completing a volume … Continue reading