Reasons to transfer video to DVD
You may not always understand why some methods of communication are better, but we are here to help you determine what methods you are missing out on as well as the benefits associated with those methods. When you want to transfer video to DVD, it’s not just about taking your recording and being able to better manage it on a DVD. These video conversions open up the possibilities for distributing your video to a wider audience. Transfer to a DVD and you can easily ship duplicates as a mass marketing mailing that will catch the eye of your audience, rather than sending a run-of-the-mill brochure. Save money with our DVD duplication services and develop a cost-effective way to get your word out. This method allows your viewers access to more information than a pamphlet could provide. Having this hands on experience is sure to set in their minds so that they will remember you when it is time to make decisions about choosing products and services that enhance their lives.
Media duplication services, more made easy
One of our goals is to make video production easy on you. Our video consultants, crews and team members all understand what it takes to make a successful video, or to make even our DVD duplication services work hard for your success. We can help you with everything from:
- Color correction
- 3D animation
- Digital video editing
- HD & SD camera crews
We know the nuances of video formats and standards, we know the successes of videos distributed across a variety of mediums and we know what ideas work and what ideas are best left undeveloped. We understand audiences and what they are looking for and we understand you. Whether you come to us to transfer video to DVD or you are working on a production for a major event, we are waiting to put our experience to work for you. Contact one of our video consultants today to see how we can get started.
|All Format Duplications|
|Anything from a highly specialized tape copy for broadcast to just a plain old “dub”, Dvideo can help you. The increase of not only tape formats but video formats has created an alphabet soup of technologies professionals and the casual producer need to cope with. Chances are, whatever it is, we’ve seen it.|
|Just counting tape formats can be a daunting task, much less knowing how to successfully handle the material for production. The many seemingly identical yet wildly different DVD formats is enough to drive you nuts. But then, there’s HDTV to make it even deeper.|
|Relax. We’ve got it covered. We understand not only what each format does but also what it will do to you. That’s right – it’s not as simple as it used to be. Virtually every tape format released within the last 10 years has its own form of compression. Understanding the effects of cascading compression schemes is what will keep you out of trouble. You say “huh?” and we say “Relax”.|