ITV Content Delivery's pricing is based on the type and quantity of media that is being digitised. At ITV Content Delivery, we offer a competitively-priced service, which can be adapted to suit your requirements. Contact us today for further details regarding our pricing, and how we can help you.
The easiest way to identify the format is to send us some photos via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Then, one of our team will either identify the format, or contact you for further information.
Whilst we can't accept any 3rd party liability, we recommend taking the following steps if sending media to us by post:
Pack your media in a rigid box, with plenty of padding/bubble wrap.
Utilise tracked, recorded delivery, with the required levels of insurance. We would recommend utilising a courier to deliver your media to us - we can assist with this, if necessary.
Once the ITV Content Delivery have received your media, we'll handle it with the utmost care, and it can be stored in our secure vault prior to digitisation.
This depends entirely on the condition of the physical media. We'll provide you with an honest assessment of its condition; if it can be saved, ITV Content Delivery will do everything we can to restore your content, whilst staying true to its history.
Not to worry - ITV Content Delivery have a secure, atmosphere-controlled vault at our Leeds hub, where your content can be safely stored until it is digitised.
Disc formats such as DVD represent an economical option for storing your content. They don’t, however, represent a long-term solution. All physical content can deteriorate over time, whereas digital content can survive indefinitely. Furthermore, digital formats are relatively straightforward to edit, whilst editing physical media is often impossible.
Certainly not! ITV Content Delivery's machines can ingest content from a range of legacy formats, including D2, 1", U-Matic, VHS and DVD. We can also digitise 16 and 35mm film to a range of other formats, including 4K, 2K, HD & SD. Visit our Kit page for an overview of the formats we support. Don’t resign your content to the scrapheap!
Film and tape content is deteriorating - it's an inevitable truth. The only solution, therefore, to ensure your content is accessible in the future, is digitisation.