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Tapes to Hard Drive and Flash Drive
VideOccasions™ can digitize 8mm, Super-8mm and 16mm film, with and without sound, and BetaMax, VHS, VHS-C, SVHS, 8mm and Hi-8 video tape and transfer the digitized material to your hard drive or Flash ("thumb") drive as .avi files. The.avi format, which both the PC and Mac software accept, is straightforward and readily worked with in consumer editing software. We can also transfer material to most other video formats as well.
Approximately 14 GB of storage is required for each hour of video. Transfer of a two hour VHS tape, for example, will require a 32gb Flash drive.
Most Flash ("thumb") drives are configured in the FAT 32 format and will need to be reconfigured by us to the NTFS configuration before video can be placed on them. It is therefore a good idea to backup and delete any important information from your Flash drive before bringing it to VideOccasions™ The conversion process typically preserves any data on the Flash drive, but there's always a chance something will get lost along the way.
Apples and PCs don't mix very well. Ours is a PC world so its possible that we won't be able to download files to your Apple hard drive. We'll use MacDrive and do our best.
Download from your camera
Camera downloads are done at the customer's risk.