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"Just a note to tell you how happy I am with the work that you did in transferring my old acetate ABC Radio program recording to CD. Although it was still playable the chemicals in the acetate were deteriorating and it would be just a matter of time before the surface would begin peeling away from the metal base. The transfer you made is noiseless and very clean. I am particularly pleased with the label which is professional in appearance and contains all of the information pertaining to the original recording. Thanks for preserving for me a very important memento of my past."

Select DVD length (SVHS and SVHS-C tape transfers)

Please click one of the lengths below:


SVHS tapes longer than 180 minutes (3 hours)
In order to preserve video quality, maximum length per DVD transfer is 180 minutes. 
Tapes longer than 180 minutes will be charged as two transfers of appropriate length. 
Example: An SVHS tape 4 hours in length will be put on 2 DVDs (charged as two 120-minute transfers).

   
I don't know the length of my video tape

Most people do not know the length of their tapes. This is not a problem. Make your selection based on a reasonable guess. When we get your tape 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 amount of time that the video tape is RECORDED. We do not transfer (and charge) for what is left unrecorded on the video tape (blank tape, static and hiss). If the video tape is longer than you selected, we will transfer (and charge) for the entire recorded tape.

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

Customer Testimonials
"Just a note to tell you how happy I am with the work that you did in transferring my old acetate ABC Radio program recording to CD. Although it was still playable the chemicals in the acetate were deteriorating and it would be just a matter of time before the surface would begin peeling away from the metal base. The transfer you made is noiseless and very clean. I am particularly pleased with the label which is professional in appearance and contains all of the information pertaining to the original recording. Thanks for preserving for me a very important memento of my past."