Film to dvd service celebrates 25 years of video production.
Online PR News – 01-December-2012 – Poplar Ridge – It was all in an image of a dream. That was the idea in 1987 when Bob Link began his full video production company, Advanced Video Data Services. As a displaced General Motors employee, Bob was investigating the business venture even before the announcement of closing the Fisher Body Division located in Fairfield, Ohio. Once the announcement came, he knew what he was destined to do.Fast forward 25 years. "I've seen and lived through the evolution of technology", Link said. "In the beginning our cameras were big, bulky and cumbersome". "Now there are small versions with a much better picture quality and still the big studio versions with a broadcast quality we expect", he added. "I saw the beginnings of BetaMax evolve into VHS, VHS to DVD and now with the internet we're seeing videos stored on hard drives, servers and the Cloud", Bob said. That being said, AVDS has also gone through multiple changes. "Seeing the direction of the internet, knowing the power of video, we've developed a program that can actually incorporate video to achieve higher rankings for search engine placement", Bob said. "Let's face it, the phone book is now used for door stops or just thrown out". "Customers are using Google, Bing, Yahoo and other search engines to find what they are looking to buy", he added. "With that in mind we've taken video and it's powerful message to a whole new level", Bob said. "We can help a company land on the front page or dominate the front page of the search results", he added. Still offering all other levels of video production, Advanced Video Data Services celebrated the 25 year milestone on September 21, 2012. "We still convert old formats; 8mm, Super 8 and 16mm home movies, BetaMax, VHS, VHS-C, Video 8, Hi-8, MiniDV and other outdated media to DVD", Bob said. "We produce corporate image, sales, training, seminars, promotional videos, commercials and other broadcast programming as we have in the past", he added. "With the evolution of technology, our firm has also evolved in an effort to stay current and provide our clients with superior quality no matter what production work they desire", he continued.Through the headline story by The Journal News' own Ercel Eaton titled "In The Image of a Dream" on January 24, 1988 all of the Hamilton area subscribers learned of Bob's dream. Today, 25 years later the dream is still alive.For more information you can visit the web site of Advanced Video Data Services at http://www.advancedvideodataservices.com http://www.advancedvideodataservices.com.html or call (513) 874-4100.#http://www.advancedvideodataservices.com#