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CONSUMER VIDEO MEDIA TAPES FROM THE 1980S THRU TODAY NTSC – FORMAL DESGINATION OF MEDIA MADE FOR THE USA All can be transferred to DVD
CONSUMER VIDEO Other Legacy tapes from Sony NTSC – FORMAL DESGINATION OF MEDIA MADE FOR THE USA
Consumer Helical Scan (open reel, no sprockets) Professional Digibeta HD Cam Etc. STILL MORE OLDER TAPES & PROFESSIONAL TAPES
Changes in Video Cameras Video written to a Smart Card As an example Normally playback on your camera Typically Loaded with features Effort to put on a DVD Full HD 16GB Flash Memory Camcorder
Growing Dispute as Leyland Cypress grows above roofline video file on smart card & still requires rendering
OPTICAL FILM To DVD
Play Disc on DVD Player (Or computer)
Time and Weather Injures Optical Film Vinegar Smell Film Sections turning purple Bacterial stains dotting film
THINGS WE DO Splices, Leaders & Trailers Correct spools wound backwards or incorrect spools WE MAY DO LATTER Edit: move scenes sections, annotate Remove purple film Customer consent & Directions
AUDIO Open Reel Tapes Cassette Tapes Place on CD or MP3 player / iPAD device
Baltimore Clippers 45 rpm record to MP3 To a juke box Greg Hartzas LP to Music CD
Damaged Tape Splice & put back on same reel ? Put on new cassette tape ? Depends on damage Type of Fix
IMAGES, PICTURES, FILM, BOOKS, PAPERS, ETC.
MEDICAL IMAGING PDF files Graphic Files Printed
Oversized Used Digital Camera to image 24 by 36 original size Publication Date: May 1, 1900 Westminster, MD Postal Service Had numerous tears --- partially digitally recreated
Handwritten Musical Scores 12 x 13
35 mm 126 mm 120 mm Transfer to Flash or Disc
SHARE Digital frame LCD TV Monitor VIEW IMAGES
Cell/Smart Phones & Tablets Used as Camera & Receive Have pictures & movies inside
Photos, from 2 IPADs, Uploading To 2 PCs & then to DVDs
READ TO YOUR FAMILY WHERE EVER THEY ARE COME IN AND RECORD
Memories on older data disks Transfer to CDs, etc.
3 1/2 Disks Being Transferred
PICTURES SCANNING PHOTO RESTORATION WORD REBUILDING
Take similar letter & replace damaged letter
Color Added washed out Black & White Photo Restoration
Original Scan Color Enhanced
Between Light Rail & I-83 AT GREENSPRING
THANK YOU Printergy 65 West Timonium RD Timonium, MD
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