We are able to capture and print still images from your videos and films. We have done this will all sorts of old media.Keep in mind that the photos captured from video or films are not a great resolution for printing.
Video tapes from many countries other than the USA are in a different format. Video tapes in the USA and the rest of North America are formatted as NTSC while video tapes in other countries are PAL. Leave A Legacy can transfer your VHS and VHSC –PAL video tapes to DVD for you.
When we make a transfer of your audio, whether to playable CD or to mp3 files, we will create one file for each side of your original audio media. If you want this file broken up further (typically each song separately) then we have this additional charge to cut it into several parts.
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When you bring in multiple tapes, reels, etc. we can put several sources (transferred to mp3 files) on to one CD. This is a way to save you some money and reduce the number of disks you have. These files can be played on a computer or on various mp3 players.
All of your old records (LP, 45, 78, you name it), reel-to-reel, 8 track tapes and cassettes (even mini and micro cassettes) can be transferred to mp3 files. This method creates mp3 files that will play in a computer and on various mp3 players.
When you bring in multiple tapes, reels, etc. and they are shorter than 80 minutes in length we can often combine more than one source on to one CD.
All of your old records (LP, 45, 78, you name it), reel-to-reel, 8 track tapes and cassettes (even mini and micro cassettes) can be transferred to CD. This option makes a playable CD of up to 80 minutes.
Crunch, crackle, whine. The disheartening sound of your VCR or video camera eating your precious memories saved on your video tape. Worry no more! Leave A Legacy has the magic touch and a few tricks up our sleeves to fix that tape that has been partly chewed.
Scene selection allows you to break up your project into different segments and make it easier for you to see just the portion of the video that you want to see. It is most often used in film transfer projects for showing a different scene for each film that we add to the disk.