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If you are converting to edit in your computer, we recommend the AVI format for best quality or MPEG2 high bitrate for best space/quality ratio.

For AVIs , due to the large file sizes (est 12GB/hr), you will need to provide us an external hard disk to store the file.


We support conversion of the following formats

DVD, Video CD, Windows Media, miniDV, VHS, AVI, MPEG, CD, SVCD, DVIX, DV, MPEG4, MP3, MPEG2, PowerPoint PPT

If a video service you are looking for is not listed here, please contact us as our full range of services are too large to be displayed here.

From \ To DVD Computer Format
Digital8 YES YES
Computer Format YES YES
- Our policy is to store a maximum of 2 hours per DVD. We use Premium Quality DVD+R
- Computer Formats: DivX, Xvid, Windows Media Video (WMV), AVI, MPG, MPG2, MPG4, 3GP, Flash Video (FLV) - Choice of 1

Video Editing Services

  1. Editing of Video
    Join different clips to one clip.
    Strip out a section of a clip or advertisements. Remove unwanted parts of a clip.

Miscellaneous Services:

  1. DVD Photo Slide Show
    Convert Photos to a DVD Slide Show complete with transitions and music. You can also provide us music to use on the show. What better way to showcase your photos? (View Web Optimised Sample)
  2. Mp3/WMA/WAV to Audio CD
    A quick way to get music playing on stereo systems / home theater systems that don't support Mp3
  3. Audio CDs to Mp3/WMA/WAV
    A very space efficient way to listen to songs on your computer
  4. Flash Memory Backup
    Backup your phone data such as programs, contacts, camera photos, etc onto CDs.
  5. DVD-Video/Data Copy
    Keep a backup of a DVD you own. 1:1 Copy. Please observe copyright.

Explanation of Technical Jargon

  • DVD Disc (Digital Versatile Disc)
    Video in a DVD, compliant with the standards laid by the DVD Forum. Videos purchased from stores, recorded from camera and recorded by DVD recorders fall under here
  • WMA / WMV (Windows Media Audio / Video)
    Microsoft's computer media format. Many people like to convert their videos to this format as any Windows computer can read it and the resulting file size is smaller.
  • miniDV
    Digital Video (DV) is a video format launched in 1996 has since become one of the standards for consumer and semiprofessional video production. Offers good video quality, especially compared to earlier consumer analogue formats such as 8 mm, Hi-8 and VHS-C.
  • VHS (Video Home System)
    VHS became a standard format for consumer recording and viewing in the 1980s. A VHS cassette contains a 12.70 mm (½-inch) wide magnetic tape wound between two spools. In our young days, this video format was most frequently used.
  • AVI (Audio Video Interleave)
    AVI is a video file format introduced by Microsoft. Most AVI files come in DV, DivX, XviD and various other formats. AVI video files require codecs installed to be able to play the video.
  • MPEG (Moving Picture Experts Group)
    The Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) is a working group of ISO/IEC charged with the development of video and audio encoding standards. This is the format used to encode the video in the DVD and VCD formats.
  • SVCD (Super Video CD)
    A revised version of the VCD that offers higher bit rate and better quality. SVCDs store digital video in MPEG-2 format at a resolution of 480x576 pixels (for PAL).
  • DivX, MPEG4
    DivX, a fully MPEG-4-Advanced Simple Profile compliant codec, is used to encode video while taking up little space. XviD is also a competitor, and a MPEG-4 video codec.
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