Most modern camcorders these days use SD Memory cards for storing photographs and video. While it is reasonably simple to transfer videos from SD memory card to a computer, there are challenges people often can’t sort out themselves. Video usually stored as a series of files. Each video scene is recorded as a separate file. Depending on a camcorder and it’s settings, files being recorded onto a SD memory card can be in various formats, different aspect ratio and resolution.
Often people end up dumping all those files into their hard drive, having to watch them one by one on their computer, rather than ther TV set, which is a major inconvenience.
It is not that straightforward to convert all those raw video files into something smoothly playable.
Here at the National Video Centre we can combine your separate video files into a seamless file that can be watched directly from a USB flash drive (if your TV panel is enabled with USB playback) or a DVD.
Don’t delay – call us on (02) 6251 0088 or send your enquiry to us right now, using the form below:
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