TRANSFER VHS TO DVD IN MIAMI, FL
TRANSFER YOUR VHS VIDEO TAPES TO DVD OR DIGITAL WITH US TODAY!
Video Home System, or VHS as it is more commonly known, was developed early in the 1970s by the Victor Company of Japan (JVC). After the introduction of VHS tapes to the American market in 1977, the home video industry was forever changed. By a decade later, approximately 90% of the American VCR market was using the VHS format. The last movie to be produced in VHS format was A History of Violence in 2006 and by 2008, VHS had been replaced by DVD as the preferred low-end method of distribution for Hollywood productions. In July 2016, the last known company manufacturing VHS equipment ceased production, leaving many to wonder, “What happens to my VHS tapes?”
Are you still searching for the right company to transfer your VHS video tapes to DVD or digital in Miami, Florida? Look no further! SFL Media Transfer specializes in highest quality VHS to DVD transfers in Miami and surrounding areas. All VHS to DVD tape transfers are done in real-time to ensure the best results. All video orders include tape cleaning, transferring and editing where required.
WE PROFESSIONALLY TRANSFER ALL TYPES OF VHS TO DVD AND DIGITAL IN MIAMI, FL!
For residents of and visitors to Miami, SFL Media Transfer is the best place in South Florida to have your VHS tapes transferred to DVD. SFL Media Transfer specializes in transferring VHS to DVD and other output formats, such as USB, hard drive and SD card. We are also capable of transferring your VHS tapes to online file sharing websites like Google’s iCloud, enabling you to easily share your memories with friends and family anywhere in the world! We can store your footage in the digital format of your choice (.AVI, .MPEG4, .MOV) and we can ensure that your files are compatible with your PC or Mac.
We use state-of-the-art video conversion equipment to transfer your VHS tapes in real time, ensuring that the final product is of the highest quality possible. Feel free to bring us your previously converted VHS tapes, so that you can truly see the difference our equipment and specially-trained staff make to the final footage you receive. Tape cleaning prior to starting the transfer process is always included for free, which prevents any additional damage and allows our staff to check if any of your footage is unrecoverable. If you have footage that cannot be viewed due to damage, SFL Media Transfer will not include it in your final invoice. We are a fair, family-owned and operated business that takes pride in being able to transfer your special VHS memories to DVD.
READY TO TRANSFER YOUR VHS TO DVD OR DIGITAL IN MIAMI, FL?
If you’ve recently discovered boxes of VHS tapes in your home and would love to be able to view your memories again, contact us today! Our helpful staff can provide you with a quote for transferring your VHS to DVD and schedule a time to have you drop off your tapes at our Miami office. If you cannot make it to our office, pickup and delivery by one of our staff members can be arranged for an additional fee. VHS tapes are at risk of deterioration and damage in the Florida heat, so contact SFL Media Transfer today about transferring your VHS to digital!
There are many output options available for VHS to DVD transfers (USB, Hard-Drive, SD Card, Online Storage, etc.). Most VHS to DVD transfer orders in Miami are completed in as little as 3 to 5 business days! All orders are processed here locally in South Florida and are never outsourced or shipped overseas.
DID YOU KNOW?
The Video Home System (VHS) was developed by Victor Company of Japan (JVC) in the early 1970s. It was first released in Japan in 1976 and in the US in 1977. It featured a long playtime, fast-rewinding and fast-forwarding. The two-hour tape was considered to be incredibly compactand small, leading to the long-lasting success of the VHS.
Some Facts About VHS Tapes:
- As of 2005, around 95 million Americans still owned VHS tapes. Source
- The South Korean drama “The Young Teacher” was the first film to be released on VHS in 1976. Source
- Last movie to be produced in VHS format was “A History of Violence” in 2006. Source
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