How much does it cost?
Videotapes to DVD
up to 2 hours of content
10 to 29 videotapes
30 or more videotapes
Videotapes to a Drive or Cloud
$20 per tape.
Beta Videotape to a DVD, Hard Drive or Cloud
$25 per tape.
3″ or 5″ Reels of 8mm and Super 8 film to Drive or DVD.
32¢ per foot.
Photos, Slides & Negatives
95¢ Per Image
Starting at $125
Reel to Reel Audio Tape
No Tracks $35
with Tracks $60
Cassette Audio Tape
No Tracks $25
With Tracks $50
Video from a Phone, Camera or File to DVD, Hard Drive or Cloud
$35 Up to 2 Hours of Content
How Long Does It Take?
It depends on the amount of orders we have in front of yours and the size of your order but generally it takes three to four weeks. However, if your order is time sensitive, we will work meet your deadline.
Do you send my work out?
No, we do all work in house. You can trust us to protect your memories.
My tapes are short, can you combine them to save money?
Our most common way to transfer tapes is one tape to one DVD. However, if you would like us to combine two tapes on a DVD we are happy to do so if possible. There is no savings to this as we still charge per tape.
Can you transfer my Disney videotapes?
We are not allowed by law to transfer copyrighted material be it Disney or any other material that has a current copyright. We respect the right of the artist to get paid.
What is Better DVD or Video File?
That all depends. Our DVD’s play in any machine that is made to play DVDs which makes them easy to use. No special knowledge needed, just put it in the tray and play. Downside is that a DVD format must be transferred to a different format in order to put it up on the web.
A video file, MP4, is more flexible in that you can upload to the web, like YouTube or Google Drive, play on a computer or TV that accepts a USB. Downside is that they require a little more knowledge to play. Not difficult but it requires a bit more.