Video Tape Transfers to Digital Files

Tapescan is a leader in video tape restoration. Trusted by more families and organizations.

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One Year Video File Backups

Need another copy? Not to worry with Tapescan... We keep backups of your digital files for an entire year.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

We want you to be happy. There's no charge for any tape that cannot be transferred or is blank.

Trusted By The Pros

Many production companies turn to Tapescan because they don't want to deal with old video tapes (including our "competitors").

Tapescan Makes It Easy

The process is simple... Just create a free account, print out a custom order form and ship your tapes to us. Your new digital files will be available within about a week.

Professional Video Equipment

Unlike other companies, Tapescan only uses broadcast grade equipment. This means that you are guaranteed the highest quality picture available from your VHS, VHS-C, Hi8, Digital8, MiniDV or HDV tapes!

Video Technicians With Real Experience

You can rest assured that your tapes will be handled properly and safely, as all of our employees have extensive backgrounds in the television, radio or web industry.

Superior Video Quality

Older video tapes can look rough on today's HDTVs, so Tapescan employs several patent pending processes to help sharpen, stabilize and enhance your video. Plus, all video is converted to the progressive format (removing analog artifacts and lines).

Easy Video Editing

Tapescan will convert all of your tapes into the Quicktime MPEG-4 (h.264) format. This is the most compatible video format, making editing on a PC or Mac a breeze!


Our clients

Tapescan was so easy. I just printed out the custom order form and
mailed off my tapes. I received links to my tapes within a week or so.
Wow! The quality looked better than the originals. Thank you so much.

Martha Johnson Portland, Oregon

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