There are many obsolete media formats out there where the technology to play it is either broken or difficult to find.
We have had many customers search through archives in their house or business not knowing what to do next.
Firstly, you need to identify what the media type is. Once you have identified what the media is, contact us and we will help you out.
Super 8 mm film is a motion-picture film format released in 1965. It is an improvement over the older ‘Double’ or ‘Regular’ 8mm home movie format.
The film is 8mm wide, the same as older formatted 8mm film, but the dimensions of the rectangular perforations are smaller.
A microfiche is a sheet of flat film 105x148mm in size. It carries a matrix of micro images. All microfiche are read with their text parallel to the long side of the fiche.
Frames can be landscape or portrait in orientation.
Compact Disc is a digital optical storage format created in 1982. CDs can hold up to 74 minutes of uncompressed audio or about 650MB of data.
By 2007, 200 billion CDs had been sold worldwide.
VHS (Video Home System) is a consumer-level analog video recording on tape cassettes. VHS was the most popular medium between 1971 and 1998 for recording and watching video at home.
A floppy disk is a type of a magnetic disk storage in a square format. The original size created (1982) was 5 1/4 inch and then was reduced (1986) to 3 1/2 inch, being the most popular of its time.
The floppy disk could store a whopping size of 1.44MB.
Digital Versatile Disc is a digital optical storage medium created in 1996. The common storage capacity for DVD is 4.7GB.
Blank recorable discs (DVD-R / DVD+R) can be recorded once and rewritable (DVD-RW / DVD+RW / DVD-RAM) can be recored many times.
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