Until you know what video materials you have in your archives, it is difficult to find out its value and, respectively, the income generated from them. But by time video films get damaged by time and by frequent use. Sometimes tape gets torn in the cassette or is removed from tape reels, as video film contains iron dioxide. The film falls into pieces and gets damaged.
In such cases, as a rule, we have more problems. But even well-kept video tapes lose quality by time.
All film formats use their players or starters from which analog signals are restored which takes place with time code corrector. The process takes place in a clean and safe environment.
We move AVI or QuickTime files to hard disc in order to keep them in archives space. We provide accessible archive copies for any type of external media means, including on DVD or Blu-ray discs.