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in Tampa

NTSC Video Films Transferred to SECAM
SECAM Converted to NTSC & DVD
or to Personal Hard Drive

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

NTSC to SECAM Transferred to DVD or Computer Hard Drive

There are various video formats used world-wide. Unfortunately, not all VCR equipment is compatible with the various types of video formats available. While the United States generally uses the NTSC format, other countries may use either SECAM or PAL, leaving many old and historic family memories unseen and lost in translation.

Feldman's Digital Transfer Services can transfer American formatted films to PAL or SECAM, or from SECAM and PAL to NTSC. Now, your home movies can be enjoyed overseas or bring your family history to life on the American DVD players, televisions or personal computers.

Your SECAM movies can also be stored on a personal hard drive for movie editing, adding transitions, removing unwanted footage, and even adding sound or music.

NTSC (or National Television System Committee) was introduced in the United States in the 1940s as a protocol for television viewing and is used primarily throughout the USA, Japan and Canada. The lower resolution, faster frame rate reduces flickering. The first video films displayed were in 1939 at the opening of the New York World’s Fair.

SECAM (or SEquentiel Couleur A Memoire), was developed in France and used in much of Eastern Europe, Russia and the Middle East and Northern Africa. SECAM uses a higher resolution than NTSC, which causes flickering when viewed on the United States televisions. The color stability and greater resolution is noticeable in the SECAM over the NTSC.

Your SECAM movies can also be stored on a personal hard drive for movie editing, adding transitions, removing unwanted footage, and even adding sound or music.


NTSC is an acronym for "National Television System Committee". 

NTSC COUNTRIES ARE: USA, Antigua, Bahamas, Barunwantedos, Belize, Bermuda, Bolivia, Burma, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Greenland, Guam, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Jamaica, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Netherlands Antilles, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, St. Kitts, Saipan, Samoa, Surinam, Taiwan, Tobago, Trinidad, Venezuela, Virgin Islands.

SECAM is an acronym for "SÉquentiel Couleur À Mémoire"

Albania, Benin, Bulgaria, Congo, former Czechoslovakia, Djibouti, Egypt, France, French Guiana, Gabon, Greece (also PAL), Guadeloupe, Haiti, Hungary, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Lebanon, Libya, Luxembourg (also PAL), Madagascar, Martinique, Mauritius, Monaco (also PAL), Mongolia, Morocco, New Caledonia, Niger, Poland, Reunion, Romania, Saudi Arabia (also PAL), Senegal, Syria, Tahiti, Togo, Tunisia, the former USSR, Viet Nam, & Zaire.

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.

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.

The majority of our satisfied clients ship their negatives and photographs to us via UPS or FedEx. Please call prior to shipping your photographic treasures.

If you prefer come in with your photographic treasures, please call 813-685-4343 - MONDAY TO FRIDAY from 10am-6pm EST for an appointment.

We promise to convert your memories with the utmost care!


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