Using patented software processes and state-of-the-art equipment, YesVideo provides high-quality digitization services to Business, universities, media companies, and government agencies. We work on a project basis, through business partnerships, as well as through our retail partners (Costco, CVS, Target, Walmart, Sam's Club, others) and directly with consumers. We specialize in the highest-quality transfer of high-volume, (often delicate) analog media to digital; we output to any media format and have API integration with a number of partners.
YesVideo also licenses its operations/ERP technology stack - from customer order creation, to transfer operations workflow, encoding, and cloud services. Because every project is unique, we believe in meeting with prospective partners to customize a plan that meets their specific requirements and needs.
About YesVideo
Founded in 1999, YesVideo carries out all services in our two temperature-controlled, secure production facilities located in Norcross, Georgia. Our senior technicians and archivists are experts at handling aging, fragile media formats while producing the highest-quality results — at scale and on time.

Media Formats and Outputs

Inputs
  • Video, film, and audio (all formats)
  • Photos/album scanning, slides, negatives
  • Maps, drawings, artwork
  • Documents
Outputs
  • Standard Outputs
  • USB, Blu-ray, DVD, hard drive
  • Custom Outputs

Diverse Industry Experience

  • TV broadcasting
  • Education
  • Legal
  • Government
  • Sports archives
  • Event videography
  • Professional photography
  • Consumer retail

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