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If you have a Wedding Video which was recorded some time ago you may wish to have it enhanced using a variety of techniques then transferred to disc or file.

Masking

The edges of your video are sharpened to give a cleaner look.

Sharpening

This treatment may give the impression of greater clarity though the image may be less accurate: obviously it cannot add back detail which is not present in the original.

Colour Correction

It may be possible to correct for colour aberrations such as those caused by incorrect white balance.

Removal of unwanted frames

Frames which are unviewable or too poor to be worth the transfer will be removed. This is particularly useful where the original was on VHS tape.

Titling

Titlling can be added for decoration or to preserve information about the recorded events.

Music and Sound

Where appropriate music can be added,- perhaps in place of a poor sound track; again sound effects can be added where there is none in the original, perhaps as the result of an earlier transfer from film.

Selective Transfer

If you would like some but not all of the recording transferred to another format you can list the timings and we will respect these in making the transfer. We can make an initial transfer with timecode to help you if you wish.

Concise Edit

Wedding videos can be too long when showing them to friends: we can edit the original down - for example to the length of a song of your choice or to a number of minutes of your choosing - and tailor the shots to the rhythm of your chosen track to bring the event back to life.

We can't actually improve the technical quality of the original image, of course, as this is determined by the equipment used to make the recording but we aim to improve your viewing experience.

If your original recording is on VHS tape please be aware that these are physical objects and may become fragile or hard to read with age: whilst we will take every care with your tape(s) our responsibility is limited to the return of any monies paid to us and the tape(s) in the event of breakage or other damage.

We cannot guarantee the success of all enhancement techniques as this depends on the nature of your recording and as such is beyond our control but we will make every effort to produce a pleasing result.