Remember how we loved video?


It was so easy! We bought a tape, put it in the camcorder and watched it on the TV.  If we didn't like it, we recorded over it.  How many tapes do you have? Do you even have a VCR in the house?

The bad news (aside from the obvious) is that video tapes don't have a very long shelf life.  The good news is that they can be transferred to digital format.  DVDs won't be around forever either, but changing to the next format will be easier from digital.  Files from the DVD may be stored on a hard drive for safe keeping.

Did you have your 8mm home movies transferred to VHS in the 80's?  We can transfer them to digital, rearrange the clips and add a new soundtrack.  Chances are, it'll cost less that it did 25 years ago. If you still need the reels tranferred, we can do that too.  Transfer costs are 25 cents per foot (3" reels are 50 ').

VHS, VHS-C, 8mm video and Mini-DV tapes can all be transferred. Prices vary depending on length and amount of editing.  Average cost of editing is between $50 and $100.  Straight transfer without any editing costs $25 for the first 1/2 hour of tape and $15 for each additional 1/2 hour ($50 minimum).   Price includes one DVD copy and one MPG copy for backup. We are unable to copy commercial VHS to DVD.