When company founder Andy McIntyre first started ADS in 1994, he had a mission to build the best digital services company in the industry and so he did. Mr. McIntyre’s “do whatever it takes to deliver excellent customer service” passion permeated the company in its formative years and remains to this day. He knew whatever resources he invested in the company – whether in capital equipment or people – would pay off as ADS delivered the highest-quality product and service. Such impeccable service and attention to detail resulted in the industry’s most respected names in the entertainment industry relying on ADS to execute their biggest and most difficult projects. To continue to support his growing business, Mr. McIntyre went so far as to build a completely new facility in 2002 – architected from the ground up to support unique media services workflows and ensure operational efficiencies – again, all with the customer in mind so ADS could continue to scale and deliver services like no other.
Today, ADS continues its nearly 20-year commitment of investing in state-of-the-art technology by delivering the very latest in 3D, IPTV and cloud-based content management systems. The company also houses the largest supply of legacy equipment in the industry, including 1-inch and 2-inch tape formats. ADS has the resources to monetize the contents of even the largest libraries – from routine duplication to the most complicated restoration and preservation services.
In addition, ADS is well provisioned to deliver advanced digital media services in any volume. Backed by these long-term investments and industry-leading commitment to technology innovation, ADS customers are protected from pricing fluctuations caused by vulnerable market conditions or demand spikes.
Critics laud ADS restoration of Frank Capra's Lady for a Day
“A must-have, even if you already own a copy” - Leonard Maltin’s Movie Crazy - Leonard Maltin, April 2, 2012
“The results are little short of miraculous” - Blu-ray.com - Michael Reuben, March 2, 2012
“Easily one of the best restorations to come along” - AV Maniacs.com - Steven Ruskin, March 27, 2012
“Transfers like these remind us why it was once called the silver screen” - Battleship Pretension - March 26, 2012
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