HERMITAGE – With every new challenge comes new ideas and approaches. That’s what Jerry Stigliano Videography has done in the past two years. Evolving technologies and new equipment haven’t changed the basic idea that people still have legacy media that they want to watch and listen to, as well as needing new projects and events recorded. How has JSV kept pace?
First, upgrading technology. Many people have old movie films, slides, photos, records/LPs, reel-to-reel, 8-track and cassette tapes, along with Betamax, VHS, VHS-C, 8mm/Digital-8 and Mini-DV tapes that can’t be watched and need to be converted to something digital, be it audio CDs, DVDs or flash drives to watch on a computer or smart TV.
What does it mean for you? JSV uses a combination of advanced software and legacy equipment to carefully convert and preserve your old audio and video so you can watch and share for years with no degradation of quality.
Second, old films and pictures can degrade over time, so JSV is upgrading the technology to convert and process them. In 2022 a substantial investment in high definition film scanning allows Jerry to digitally convert any 8mm, Super-8 or 16mm sound or silent film with the best quality available. This latest advance means that you’ll get the best results right here in the Shenango Valley – without the worry of loss or damage by mailing or “sending out” as most retailers do.
Finally, JSV has upgraded video cameras to Higher Definition 4K for live recordings. From weekly masses at the Church of Notre Dame in Hermitage to personal or corporate events, a variety of projects can be handled with precise editing and high quality.
So you can see that 2022 is shaping up to be a year of better results no matter what kind of videos you need.
For more information or appointments: Jerry Stigliano Videography, 724-981-0815, 5100 Golden Run Lane, Hermitage; firstname.lastname@example.org