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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.
Our 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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In addition to the high volume of videotapes we’re asked to digitise, we also receive quite a few batches of audio tape that require transfer and digitising by clients. Before we run a transfer of reel-to-reel audio tapes on either … Continue reading
Several of our clients have noted lately that some of our competitors show up in search results as serving the Milton Keynes area but, on closer interrogation, are actually situated many miles away! We took a call from a potential … Continue reading
Since taking up residence at Milton Keynes Business Centre in February 2012, SimplyDV has undertaken volume digitising of professional format video tape content to Microsoft AVI, 10-bit Uncompressed Quicktime, ProRes422 as well as large volume audio-cassette and reel-to-reel tape content … Continue reading
We’ve been digitising a large part of round-the-world yachtsman Sir Chay Blyth’s video collection in an effort to create a complete digital video archive of his seafaring adventures. Sir Chay Blyth is perhaps best known for being the first man … Continue reading