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Video Tape Repair, Recovery and Restoration

Video Repair, Recovery and Restoration

Have you just found your precious wedding tape is damaged beyond repair? Maybe it has mould or mildew growing on it, has been affected by liquids, dust, dirt, smoke, heat, or has been twisted, broken, or jammed in the video player.

Playing damaged videos in your VCR can not only destroy your tapes, it can cause serious damage to your VCR.

Images restored from:
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Of course, we can also make minor enhancements to picture quality (sharpness, colour shift, brightness, contrast, saturation, balance, RGB colour strengths, etc). Unfortunately, the only way this can be achieved is by trading off two or more other attributes.

DVD Infinity is able to salvage your precious memories from video tape and transfer them to DVD for safe keeping. We can rescue any domestic formats.
Sometimes when the magnetic material has completely been lost in parts, we can recover parts of the rest of the tape. Even if the tape does not play in your player, we are often able to recover something from the tape. This may include images of deceased loved ones.

It is not possible to recover videotape that has been recorded over by mistake, as the VCR erases as part of the normal record function.


Note that video restoration is only available with a DVD Copy package.

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