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Video Tapes to MP4 Files

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Video tapes are a thing of the past. Here at MVP, we have been handling all sorts of older format video tapes for decades. The sad truth is that video tapes can, and will, deteriorate over time. Before long, the audio will fade and the video will be lost forever. Have MVP bring them back to life and transfer them to video files.

Video Tape to MP4 Files
DVD / MP4 Combo




 

Video tapes are a thing of the past. As popular as they were in the '90s, society has moved on to bigger and better things. Here at MVP, we have been handling all sorts of older format video tapes for decades. The sad truth is that video tapes can, and will, deteriorate over time. Before long, the audio will fade and the video will be lost forever. Have MVP bring them back to life and transfer them to video files.

 

What makes MVP different:

  • All the work will be done here in our office. The people you meet here will be the same people working with your video tapes, so feel free to ask questions.
  • We will convert any size order, whether you have one tape or hundreds.
  • We will give you an estimated completion date. Often for small orders, we can complete it within a few business days.
  • Got a deadline? Let us know when you need it and we will do whatever we can to meet your schedule.




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FAQs

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How much space is required for a video file?
How will you organize my video files?
Should I have my videos converted to DVD or a Video File?
Some of my tapes are not labeled. What do I do about those?
I'm not sure what kind of tapes I have. What are the most common types?
How do I get the video files back?
I only want a section of my video converted. What about that?
Do you convert tapes from other countries?
Can I ship my order to you?
Can you convert a movie that I purchased?




Notes about MP4 files:

  • The file format is H.264 (.mp4). This is the most common video file. Whether you are PC or Mac, this file format works great!
  • Sometimes called "USB Video", the USB is simply the device that stores the video. The video will be saved as an .mp4 file.
  • Once digitized, you can play them on your computer, phone, iPad or other tablet. You can also edit them in iMovie, Windows Movie Maker, or other editing software.
  • Remember: Video stored on magnetic tapes like VHS and 8mm deteriorate over time. Don't let those memories disappear!