Tiny and Large Quantities available. Film transfers of Standard 8mm, Super 8mm and 16mm movie film to DVD. We know how valuable your film is to you and pride ourselves with the quality of our service. We will transform your cherished and treasured photos into a touching video to be presented at any special occasion. Add motion, music and even incorporate video. Put our experience to work for you!
|Address||2520 North Ronald Reagan Boulevard #100|
|Phone Number||(407) 834-8555|
Great company when it comes to CD video dvd and film duplication and processing
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Network Sound and Video, Inc. was established in 1980 and founded by Vito Fera. Network Sound and Video is a leader in the audio and video transfer industry for 40 years. We know how valuable your precious memories are to you and pride ourselves on the high quality of our service. You won't be 'just a number' with us. Our staff treats each and every order with absolute care. Since all work is done right here in our studios, we can offer you hands-on personalized service like no other and you won't have to wait 8 weeks for a VHS transfer, like the competition.
We offer quantities from 1 to thousands. Whether you need small, fast turnaround or if you have the need for higher volume quantities, give us a call. Network Sound And Video offers only the highest quality products, exceptional personal customer service an timely delivery at the most affordable price.
Don't let the memories of you and your family's life moments fade away. Preserve your life story. Birth's, weddings, graduations, birthdays, school plays, holidays, vacations, sports events and every special moment of your life can last forever!
The first disc format was the 10-inch 78 rpm record album which was invented around 1900. 78s are cut with a much wider groove, about four times as large as 33 1/3 and 45s. The record spins so fast, that a standard 10 disc holds about 3-4 minutes. By 1960 78s were basically obsolete. Did you know. The term "record album" originated from the fact that 78 rpm records were grouped together in a book that resembled an album. Today, the term album is still used to describe any sound recording collection such as CDs, Cassettes, MiniDisc and digital or MP3 albums.