We transfer all digital camcorder formats to DVD including Sony MicroMV Video Tapes.
All of the Sony MicroMV DVD transfer work is done onsite by trained technicians. This service is only available at our Kodak Express store in Camden, London - ensuring the quality of our video to DVD transfer work and it also means that your precious tapes cannot get lost.
MicroMV was one of the last analogue video tape formats to be manufactured. It was introduced by Sony and was phased out around 2006 as superior digital formats became available such as MiniDV, DVCAM and Panasonic's DVCpro.
MicroMV Cost and Service Details
If you cannot make it into our shop simply post your tapes to us - don't forget to include your instructions, address and telephone number. On receipt of your work we will call you, confirm your instructions, and take payment by credit card over the phone.
Sony MicroMV video tape transfer to computer editable AVI files and MP4 files for iPad and iPhone.
Some of our customers require editable files from their MicroMV tapes for editing on a PC or MAC. We normally supply uncompressed AVI files which can play on all computer systems. Uncompressed AVI computer files can easily be converted into any digital file format such as 8-bit or 10-bit Uncompressed Quicktime YUV or RGB, Apple Quicktime DV-MOV, DPX, Microsoft DV-AVI, Apple ProRes422, DVCPRO 50 or DVCPRO 25. Editable file sizes can be very large (13gb per hour) so you will need to supply an external hard drive or large capacity USB stick.
Although DVDs last a lifetime without deterioration in quality one scratch or scuff mark will render it unplayable. For this reason we strongly advise you to order an extra DVD back up copy of your video work - the cost is only £6 per tape, even less when having multiple tapes converted.
By asking us to transfer your Sony MicroMV video you are giving us an assurance that you are the copyright owner or that you have permission from the copyright owner to duplicate the work.
We only accept Video to DVD transfer work on this basis.