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"I've heard the Schuman and Barber works (the latter for only the second time in almost twenty-five years!). Even to my CD-jaded ears, the sound is very good. The quality in the Barber was particularly striking - if I hadn't known better, I would have thought it was an original commercially-produced CD. Obviously the source material for the Schuman wasn't as good, but I certainly enjoyed it (and I would rather have some tape hiss and clicks than obviously aggressively filtered sound). (I've located a perhaps-better stereo copy of it; we may have another go at it when I return from my summer jaunt.) Thanks for bringing these works back to my ears!"

Select DVD length (LaserDisc transfers)

NOTE: Useful information about LaserDisc transfers available, please read.

Please click one of the lengths below:


LaserDisc sets  longer than 180 minutes (3 hours)
In order to preserve video quality, maximum length per DVD conversion is 180 minutes. 
LaserDisc sets longer than 180 minutes will be charged as two conversions of appropriate length. 
Example: A 210 minute (3.5-hour) LaserDisc set will be converted on 2 DVDs (and charged appropriately).

   
I don't know the length of my LaserDisc (or set of LaserDiscs)

This is not a problem. Make your selection based on a reasonable guess. When we get your LaserDiscs at our studio we will determine the exact length and charge the correct amount based on our current prices. Even if you picked the wrong length, the DVD will be made for the correct length and will be priced correctly. We will transfer (and charge) for the actual length of the LaserDiscs. If the LaserDisc is longer than you selected, we will convert (and charge) for the entire LaserDisc.

Based on your reasonable estimate, please click one of the lengths above.

Customer Testimonials
"I've heard the Schuman and Barber works (the latter for only the second time in almost twenty-five years!). Even to my CD-jaded ears, the sound is very good. The quality in the Barber was particularly striking - if I hadn't known better, I would have thought it was an original commercially-produced CD. Obviously the source material for the Schuman wasn't as good, but I certainly enjoyed it (and I would rather have some tape hiss and clicks than obviously aggressively filtered sound). (I've located a perhaps-better stereo copy of it; we may have another go at it when I return from my summer jaunt.) Thanks for bringing these works back to my ears!"