NTSC to PAL Conversions

VHS, Hi8, MiniDV Standards Conversions

USA NTSC to PAL

NTSC tape to PAL DVD / PAL to NTSC
Do you have VHS tapes in NTSC format that you cannot play back? Do you want to send your PAL transfers to family in America and need them converted to NTSC?

NTSC VHS to PAL DVD
NTSC Hi8 tape to PAL DVD
PAL VHS to NTSC DVD
PAL Hi8 to NTSC DVD

There is no additional charge to perform standard conversions on any transfers – it is all included in the tape transfer price. Just let us know when placing your order.

All our DVDs are burned ‘Region Free’, which means they aren’t locked to a specific geographical region. Just let us know if you’re planning on playing your conversions abroad and we can advise on the best format of footage.

Please call us on 01474 569 390 if you require more information on any of our services.

Our service

1. Safe Storage
We store your tapes securely at our premises at all times.
2. Quality Transfers
We use the latest technology to get the best-quality results from your tapes.
3. On site transfers
Your tapes NEVER leave our studio - we carry out all transfers on site.
4. Repairs
We can repair most tapes at no cost, including tape breaks and mould.
5. Secure collection and delivery
We offer FREE collection and delivery of 10+ tapes within the DA, ME, BR, Kent TN, and some RH postcode areas.
6. Payment
We offer payment by debit/credit card, cheque, cash, and bank transfer.

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