Similar to photo restoration, once we receive your digital video clip or after we converted your submitted analog video tape scenes to digital, we will then apply adjustments to brightness,contrast, exposure, curves, levels, hues, saturation, vibrance,and color balance. Audio is also adjusted in the process to enhance volume and clarity or to remove any audio segments if not manageable or deemed unnecessary.
We will also properly crop and stabilize your video to mitigate tracking issues and ensure a proper format fit by eliminating irregularities. Depending on your Montage Package, various video frames are incorporated to enhance its presentation in your Montage.
The following images show the different between an "As Is" video and an "Enhanced" video:
There are limitations when using older analog video tape as picture quality is reduced over time. The older the tape the worse it becomes. Small visible lines may appear intermittently in the digitized version of an analog video tape. This results when tiny cracks have developed on the tape due to age which cannot be fixed. It is therefore important to convert your analog tape to digital as soon as possible to avoid or minimize such issues.