buyer to ship your 1" reel-to-reel tapes in a well padded package. One
DVD created containing the entire tape provided from the buyer. All
Tapes will be returned to buyer along with the single DVD. Buy the
appropriate quantity of transfers based on the number of tapes you have.
This listing is for the transfer of 1ea 1" x 9" dia or 1" x 10.5"
dia tape to DVD.
Got Pro Video Reels?
Got 1" x 9" diameter Reels? (approx 1hour)
Got 1" x 10.5" diameter Reels? (I hour plus)
Got 1" x Mini/Demo/Spot Reels? (approx 10min)
Got smaller reels or odd format tapes?
I can transfer about 95% of all of
the tapes ever made. (keep reading)
Type C format reel-to-reel tapes were/are used heavily by TV stations, universities, advertisers, companies & industry due to its excellent quality video and this professional video format became the standard in the late 1970s.
It is wise to have a backup of your Tapes on DVD for several reasons:
1 It is easier to watch video content on a standard DVD player
2 Your machine may not be available anymore but you still have tapes
3 Deterioration, aging, degrading of quality
4 Backup - In case of theft or loss
5 DVD players have features video tape machines didn't have
Buy one listing for each reel you want transfered to DVD.
If you are unsure which machine your reels are recorded on - email me. There were several non-standard machines for professional and home use during the 1960s through 1990s which used the same size and shape reels but the video format was totally different. On the other hand- since Type C was a standard and many manufacturers produces type C machines and many companies made type C tapes- there is a strong probability that most 1" tapes are Type C format. I do have in stock as part of my transfer business other 1" machines of various formats. I don't have every machine type ever made but I do have quite a few. Please ask- before clicking buy-now - and give details.
Only family friendly recordings, no XXX ever, no risque ever, no copyrighted works, no tv shows, no movie studio films, etc. The only exception is copyrighted works where the buyer of this listing can provide an official letter from the TV station, university etc that states that you have the legal right to have this tape transferred to DVD. For most people viewing this listing - sorry I can't copy a tape for you. You must own rights to the content- not just the tape itself.
I specialize in all video Formats, and I have excellent professional equipment in pristine condition.
The very best for Type C videotape transfer to DVD. Popular in 70s, 80s, 90s, 00s and 10s.
The master DVD disc made from your tape will be EXACTLY just like the contents of your tape.
Video Encoded MPEG-2 10mbit/sec
Audio Encoded Dolby Digital
(For those who don't speek technical jargon - it means Professional Perfect Results)
I ship in US Post Office Flat Rate Boxes- please carefully package your valuable tapes for safe transport.
Example of Content
Reporter, university/student work, medical, commercial
/ advertisement (must have official paperwork proving authorized
duplication). With rare exception this means no commercial work, sorry.
For the safety of your tapes- please ship in its protective plastic storage case. If you prefer to save shipping costs- you can opt to not have your tape reels returned. Normally I do return all tapes sent to in for transfer.
Plan on Including
1. Official letter authorizing transfer to
DVD/duplication rights & copyright documentation
2. Send to me in protective plastic case
3. Buy one listing for each reel to be transferred
Lowest Price & Best Video quality
The disc isn't
fancy - the video quality is professional.
NTSC Tape to PAL DVD - no extra charge
NTSC Tape to NTSC DVD - standard
This listing is for a service.
I am not selling equipment.
I am not selling tapes.
This is for transfer of buyer's tape to DVD.
I have these machines for 1/2" and 1" transfers
Panasonic NV504 - vintage 1" B&W and Color format from 1967
fully compatible with Panasonic's own standard. They made
many B&W machines in the 1960s and this machine plays most
Panasonic format tapes color or B&W. Tapes are usually marked
"Panasonic Video Master" to distinguish them from other
formats/brands. 8.5" dia reels is an unusual size 1/2" smaller
dia than several other brands.
Shibaden SV510U - vintage 1/2" B&W format from 1970s
fully EIAJ 1970s stanard compatibility- plays tapes from many
name brands Sony, GE, Bell& Howell, Ampex, and more. Used in
homes, schools, and more.
Sony BVH3100 - modern 1" Type C format from 1990s & 2000s -
the very last Typc C machine produced by Sony. The very best
and fully downward compatible with other Sony Type C
machines and other brands including RCA, Hitachi, Panasonic,
Ampex and more.
All my equipment is broadcast quality and high-end full TBC. You'll love being able to view the DVDs or other custom format- just ask I may be able to do it exactly as you have in mind. Got a whole library of old video reels? No problem. 1-stop-shop tranfers to and from various formats - want your reel transferred to videocassette. No problem- which one? Lots of options.
I'm not selling my machines - I provide a video/film transfer service.
Also available- sample recordings so you can calibrate your machine- have you recently changed or adjusted the heads or tape path? Need a calibration tape - no problem. I can provide a sample/calibration tape of any format color or B&W.
Prices are negotiable and start at under $100 per reel for
video reel transfers. Substantial qty discounts available.
Yes I transfer standard Broadcast Ready Reels 10.5" diameter (above). Most of these are Type C format recordings. Keep reading if you think you have an oddball recording by some other machine - I can do some of the oddball recordings also as I have a whole collection of vintage video recorders (see below).
Even if you are not quite sure which machine recorded your tape- contact me - itis not always possible to identify the format by looking at the tape reel. Sometimes by loading it onto several of my machines (trial and error) I find one that does play it back. Then I can transfer the playback to the disc or tape format you want.
I transfer all formats of tapes and films 1960, 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000, 2010+ & Vintage
Super8, Regular8, 16mm, 35mm cinema and commercial & personal (Rank Cintel)
8mm, Video8, Hi-8, Digital8, MiniDV, MicroDV,
Reel to Reel Audio 1/4", cassette tape, micro cassette tape, 8-track
Reel to Reel Video (1" type C, 1/2" EIAJ, 1" Panasonic NV Master, etc)
FisherPrice Pixelvision PXL2000
VHS, VHS-C, VHS-S, VHS-C, VHS ET, SVHS ET, Betamax, Beta I II III SuperBeta, Umatic
DV, DVCAM, DVC, DVCPro, DVCProHD small Medium and Full Size cassette
HDVS unihi vintage high definition analog cassette
Umatic low/bandHighband/SP all types
Betacam Standard / SP / Digital "digibeta" / SX
Betamax consumer formats I/II/III Super or standard
Laserdisc 12" cartridge and non-cartridge 12" & 8" formats (blanks available)
PAL/NTSC/Secam worldwide conversion any-to-any format vintage/modern available
Audio: CD, DVD, DAT, digital MP3, Reeltoreel, 8track, cassette, microcassette, webcor wire recording spool, 6track sound follower for 16mm or 35mm film, etc more types including odd-ball vintage rare types of cassettes and spools and cylinders
The most popular formats I record to are CD-R and DVD-R or
I can record to and from most any format ever made.
many more- too many to list
Written authorization required from the originating party
*** must have written authorization from the originating studio or company
If you do not have a letter authorizing the transfer - obtain it by contacting the
creator of your tape's content. Then call me at once you have the authorization
letter. No bootleg please.
homemade recordings are ok such as student or personal project
Dr Virago Pete
Email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone # (847) 454-7858
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All questions answered personally and promptly
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