MiniDV to DVD

MiniDV to DVD from * Melbourne Films to DVD

By: * Melbourne Films to DVD  09-Feb-2011
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 MiniDV was released in 1995 and quickly became the standard for home and semi-professional use. And even though the tape is the smallest of the various camcorder tapes available, it is the highest quality. So whether you have a trip to Disneyland or a previously unseen avant garde short film shot on MiniDV, we will be able to put that on DVD for you no problem.

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