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Located at 12000 N. Nebraska Ave.

in Tampa

Mini-DV High-Definition Video Tapes
Transferred to DVD and/or Hard Drive

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

MiniDV Converted to DVD or Computer Hard Drive

Feldman's Digital Transfer Services can transfer your High Definition Mini-DV tapes to DVD. With our specialized equipment, your old home movies can be stored safely for easy viewing from your Personal Computer or Television.

It is always best to transfer your old movies to DVD. Your tape can now be digitized and copied without the loss of quality. Playback is easy and storage is greatly reduced.

High Definition Video Camcorders use MiniDv tapes or cassettes. High Definition Videos have the same data rate as Digital Videos and the recording time is the same as that of Standard Play videos. A Long Play speed is not available with HDV. MiniDV tapes can only provide one hour of recording. By utilizing cassettes with longer tape, it’s possible to record up to 80 minutes on each MiniDV Tape. (However, this type of cassette is not the best storage source).

MiniDV cassettes will degrade with time and your memories can become lost. You will notice your tapes degrade in as little time as 5 years. By transferring your video to DVD, your memories will be safe and easy to view.

Your Digitized Movies can also be edited when saved onto a Hard Drive. You will be able to add Titles, delete undesirable footage and add movie-like transitions to your old home movies. And, once your edited movies are on Hard-Drive, you can convert them to a DVD-Format and view on your Personal Computer or Television.

Why convert mini DV to DVD?

MiniDV tapes degrade with age and your video memories are in danger.  Mini DV tapes have noticeable degradation after just 5 years. Converting your Mini DV to DVD with Feldman's Digital Transfer Services will preserve your video memories on long-lasting DVDs.


NOTE:  For more information about how video tapes and movies degrade over time and how to store your movies check our "How to Store and Care for Video Tapes" Click here.

DVD Advantages include the following.  DVDs are digital and can be copied without any quality loss. DVDs are easy to play so you can enjoy your mini DV home videos on DVD.  Unlike a miniDV tape, DVDs don't have to be rewound and you can easily watch your favorite family memories over and over.  DVDs take less space than miniDV tapes.

Would you like to edit your digital transfer?

If you want to edit your digital transfer we will digitize your home movie to a "movie format" on a computer hard drive (see digitize their old video tapes to a “movie format” on a computer hard drive). Editing allows you to add titles, delete unwanted footage, etc. to your home movies. When your editing is completed we can convert the hard drive to the "DVD format" to be enjoyed on your TV or PC.

Don’t let you video tapes and movies become destroyed because of mishandling. In less than 5 years, improper storage can begin to destroy your images and your memories will be lost.

Please call for an appointment to bring in your video tapes, eight and sixteen millimeter movies, old photos, audio tapes and records. Our Tampa, Florida - Hillsborough County studio is located just nine misles north of downtown Tampa. Or, like many of our clients do you can ship the orders to us via UPS or Fedex.

We promise to convert your memories with the utmost care - the proper way! Call our studio at 813-685-4343.


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