Convert Betamax to DVD or Digital File
Betamax Transfer Services by Current Pixel®
At Current Pixel®, we make it easy to convert Betamax to DVD or digital files like MP4. As part of our media conversion services, we specialize in converting Betamax tapes to a more sustainable and accessible format that will stand the test of time.
Starting as a locally-focused company based in the Atlanta, Georgia area, Current Pixel has over 31 years of experience as a pioneer in the media conversion industry. We’ve helped customers from all over the U.S. convert old and outdated video tapes and film reels into formats that offer greater accessibility. So whether you’re needing a digitized version for an upcoming event or just want to ensure your memories live on, Current Pixel can transfer Betamax to DVD or other digital formats. It’s why we’re recognized as one of America’s most trusted sources for media conversion services.
Convert Betamax to Digital & Preserve Old Memories
Released in 1975, Betamax is considered the first home video format that ignited the home video craze. It was followed by many others, but was only on the market for about 5 years before it lost the videotape format war to the popular VHS tape format.
Though production of Betamax recorders stopped in 2002, the cassettes were still available for purchase up until just recently in March 2016 when they were completely taken off the market. Many people with Betamax recordings are wondering how to preserve the memories held on their old Betamax tapes. As a result, many individuals and professionals alike seek to sustain their video footage by converting Betamax to DVD or digital files.
It’s been over 40 years since the Betamax tape format was launched. Nowadays most home videos are taken on smartphones. However, old Betamax tapes still hold valued footage or fond memories that deserve being preserved and watched again in the future.
Like VHS and many other videotape formats, Betamax tapes are made using a magnetic tape that, unfortunately, over time can deteriorate and cause discoloration and sound disruption. By converting Betamax to digital, you preserve your memories for future generations to come.
Why Current Pixel for Betamax Conversion Services?
Once you’ve decided that it is time to upgrade your Betamax to digital, Current Pixel will take it from there. We understand it’s important for our customers to know their memories are safe throughout the process because old video tapes are very precious, so we handle them with the utmost care. That’s why all our Betamax conversion services are performed by Current Pixel personnel at our facility in Atlanta, and not outsourced to a third party.
Shipping to us? Rest assured that your order will receive top priority and be handled with meticulous care. A Current Pixel representative will contact you once we receive your order to let you know that it arrived and to go over your order with you. We will also contact you when the order is complete and ready to be shipped back to you. Contact us today to get started with your order and see why tens of thousands of customers have trusted Current Pixel for over 31 years!
We take pride in the personalized service we provide and are happy to answer any of your questions along the way. Contact Current Pixel to convert Betamax to DVD or digital files like MP4 and rest easy knowing your Betamax tapes are in the caring hands of one of our video transfer experts.
Betamax to DVD or Digital Customer Testimonials
Lynn Handmacher Chanin
“I am so incredibly fortunate that I found Current Pixel! My three beautiful daughters are all getting married in the next 3 years. My oldest daughter was about to get married and I needed to transfer her childhood VHS tapes to DVD to play at the rehearsal dinner. I needed to find a company I could trust with my treasured videos. My close friends recommended Current Pixel to transfer my priceless video tapes to DVD because of their customer service and decades of experience. The friendly staff turned a big box of tapes into exquisite DVDs that I will treasure forever. I adore you Current Pixel!!”