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Beta and Beta-SP Video Tapes Transferred to DVD
Or to Your Portable Hard Drive

Close and Convenient to all of Tampa Bay including Clearwater,
St. Petersburg, Bradenton, Sarasota

Beta and Beta SP Converted To DVD Or Movie Format

Beta was originally used by professionals and appreciated for its convenient compact size and smaller tapes. In 1982, Sony introduced the Batacam Camcorder, the Batacam Tapes and Betacam Video Recorder. The format Betacam quickly became the consumer’s choice.

Storage of the smaller tapes became simplified too, as the size and shape of the Betacam cassettes as well as the analog formats were the same as those used by Betacam SP, Digital Betacam, HDCAM and HDCAM SR. Cassettes were available in two sizes, L and S. Betacam Video Camcorders could only receive these (magnetic) tapes, while professional studio video recorders designed for editing purposes, could play both the L and the S sizes. To avoid confusion, the video recorder was able to identify the format (in addition, the cassette cases were also colored differently for easy identification).

Betacam and Betamax (which was developed by Sony in 1975) cassette tapes were capable of being used on the Betacam deck as well as the Betamax deck. However, Sony suggested that this practice should not be considered as the guide rollers displayed an undesirable audio feedback. The formats of the two systems were only superficially similar. While the Betamax delivered a lower resolution composite video and heterodyne color recording system (on only two recording heads), the Betacam used four heads in the component format, in a higher resolution and a greater video and audio quality. The Betacam (L) Tapes and Betamax (R) Tapes are interchangeable. However, the recordings were not.

BetaCam Camera

Typcial Beta Video Camera

Betacam became the most professionally used digital recording video format in history. This alone can explain why Feldman's Digital Transfer Services converts so many home video movies daily for our customers.

Betacam Tapes

Beta Tapes Come in Beta, Beta SP and Beta Max Formats

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Now your old home movies can be digitally transferred and saved for generations to enjoy. We can store your movies individually or combine numerous short films onto one DVD. Your memories can also be saved onto a small convenient Hard Drive for your personal editing. Delete any portion of your movie to your personal preference. We can even add titles. But wait…there’s more…Once your movies are on your pocket-size Hard Drive, you will be able to convert to a DVD and enjoy watching on your television or personal computer.

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