Newton Abbot, Devon -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/15/2013 -- Alive studio, the largest cine film transfer company of UK offers high quality transfer of transfer of cine film to dvd i.e.high definition for sharper and clearer pictures. All cine film benefits enormously from a high definition transfer as scanning a film in standard resolution (SD), would essentially disregard a huge amount of information resulting in loss of fine detail and colour. Alternatively scanning the same film in high definition, converts the video tape to dvd capturing the information that the camera originally recorded. Resulting in not just a sharper picture, but better picture quality, finer details, as well as more colour information thereby creating a richer picture.
Spokesperson of Alive studio commented that “ We at Alive studio are the pioneers of cine film transfer in the UK. Without doubt the largest cine film transfer to DVD Company, we continue to provide innovation to this industry, by being the only company to offer true High Definition transfer for all cine film formats. Alive studio's Video tape transfer to DVD services offers best picture quality and incredible pricing. ”
Alive studio, use the world's best professional tape decks for VHS, VHS-C, 8mm, Hi8, Digital 8 and MiniDV tapes. The company’s professional broadcast machines (used by the Pro SD and Pro HD process) provides maximum recovery of the original image quality as possible to convert video tape to dvd . This is very important because video on tape degrades quickly over time and therefore the situation requires the maximal amount of recovery as possible. .
About Alive Studio
They at Alive studio specialise in the transfer and restoration of old cine film, video and camcorder tapes, and 35mm slides. They work in High Definition and offer everything from raw hard-drive files ready for their clients to edit, through to finished DVDs and Blu-rays. All orders are given a FREE Karishma account where films and photos are hosted online for FREE so one can share them with friends and family around the world. They also work for museums, TV companies, documentary makers, archive facilities, historians and members of the general public. To know more visit: http://www.alivestudios.co.uk/