Hi8, 8mm & Digital8 to DVD

Hi8, 8mm & Digital8 to DVD from * Melbourne Films to DVD

By: * Melbourne Films to DVD  16-Feb-2011
Keywords: Dvd, Video Conversions, Hi8 to Dvd

Come on all of your budding Stephen Spielbergs and David Attenboroughs! 1985 saw the introduction of the first Video8 camcorder, a few years later a slightly higher quality version of Video8 called Hi8 was released and then in 1999 Digital8 was introduced, which used technology very similar to MiniDV but stored on Video8 tapes. Owners of any of these three media should be aware that the tapes are very prone to degradation and any tapes older than 15 years should be digitised as soon as possible.

Keywords: Dvd, Hi8 to Dvd, Video Conversions

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