Unfortunately, our memories fade. This is not just a human dilemma but one that has plagued technology in the past. If you have a VHS player than you might notice your old VHS tapes quality is fading.
We recommend converting your precious memories from VHS to DVD.
VHS, VHS-C, Hi8 or DV Tapes converted to DVD or USB up to 1.5hr = $45each (for 1-3 being converted 4-10 =$35each 11+ =$30each (no label or case – DVD has a blank printable label so you can label it)(USB unit isn’t included in the price)
If you want us to supply the USB costs are 16gb =$16 32gb=$32 64GB=$64 ect or Hard drive 1TB $99 2TB $120.
Standard VHS up to 3hrs = $60 (normally $80) (goes onto 2 DVDs) (extra copies $60) (no label or case – DVD has a blank printable label so you can label it)
Name Only = $4
Photo/Image Plus Name = $10
Standard Empty Case = $4
Design with Photo/Picture and Text on Front and/or Back = $15
Leather Look Plastic Slip = $7 (half size of standard case)
1. As tapes are old and most manufactures only give a 1year warrenty we can’t guarantee quality or that the original tape may be damaged in the process. Often if a tapes film snaps we can operate on it by pulling it apart and sticking the tape back together. The cost for this service is $30 per broken tape. Broken tapes are rare but are more common in Hi8 tapes. Please ask us for more details.
2. Due to the process of converting Analogue to Digital the image & sound can be degraded. Due to several sound formats, cameras & recorders used to produce the VHS you can experience a phenomena where as the sound can create a knocking (helicopter) sound once recorded. This sound is often not present or very faint in the original media. The only way to fix this properly would be to match your recorded camera with the machine digitising the VHS which is often extremely difficult. Please ask us for more information on this.
3. We recommend where possible making copies of your new DVD or USB for safe keeping.