Videotape trasfer to digital
1 unit = 1 tape.
With what video technology I have acquired over the years, I will do everything in my ability to transfer your memories from unstable analog signals recorded on a magnetic medium to something digital and slightly more stable. As of right now, I am limited to MiniDV, VHS and super VHS, but in the near future I should be fine with betamax, 8mm/Hi8, and even micromv. I do ask that the tapes at least be playable as I am still new to repairing tapes, but if it plays, it will transfer without question. Be sure to let me know if you would prefer the output on DVD or through a more online medium (dropbox, Google Drive, YouTube, etc.)
Whatever video signal I use runs through a time base correction circuit to provide a more stable picture (less jiggle and more manageable head switching noise). Perfection is difficult but coming close is easier than many like to believe.
Training & Qualifications
As far as video goes, I can say that I am a bit more than just a bit experienced. I have spent almost two decades perfecting my skills with analog and digital video, from dubbing between VCRs to edit crude skits in the early 2000s to manually repairing said tapes in post production in a more digital era and other skills that entail the required steps. I would not call myself a prodigy, but I do have some tricks up my sleve (not at all limited to video equipment most would only see in studios of years past).
Availability & Preferences
In the late hours of most given days.