VHS Transfer to DVD
Video to Digital Transfer Services
Video to DVD conversion details
- Analog VCR cassettes—VHS, VHS-C, S-VHS, Hi8, Video8 and Betamax to DVD
- Pro Analog VCR cassettes — UMatic: Hi-Band, Lo-Band and SP to DVD
- NEW — Pro BetaCam cassettes in analog or digital — BetaSP in both cassette sizes
- Camcorder digital cassettes — Digital8, Mini-DV, DVCAM to DVD
- Mini-DV DV (720×480) and HDV encoding support in 1440×1080 or 1920×1080
- High MPEG-2 encoding rate to maintain quality of original recording
- PAL to NTSC or NTSC to PAL scan rate conversions to DVD
- NTSC, PAL and SECAM videotape conversions
- Free removal of obvious non-relevant video material
- Free Pro-Denoise and interlace stabilization
- Free editing to cleanup video tracks
- Free image stabilization and audio EQ – where possible
- Optional publishing to long life Archival Gold DVD media
- Optional AVI DV or MAC Quicktime DV file creation—free dump to your hard drive
- VHS cartridge and media cleaning services for mold and mildew buildup
Video Tape Conversion Table
- VHS, VHS-C, S-VHS, S-VHS-C, Hi8, Video8, Betamax – NTSC and PAL
- VHS, VHS-C, S-VHS, S-VHS-C – SECAM
- UMatic – NTSC only
- BetaCam – BetaSP in NTSC and PAL
- Digital8, Mini-DV, DVCAM – NTSC and PAL
- Mini-DV HDV – NTSC and PAL, encoding to AVCHD for DVD or H.264 for Blu ray
We convert the most popular analog and digital camcorder and VCR video tape formats to DVD. Our video to DVD transfer service includes home movie conversion of the older VHS, SVHS, VHS-C, SVHS-C, Betamax and UMatic videotape types to DVD, followed by the smaller more recent camcorder size video cassettes like Video8 (sometimes called 8mm), Hi8, Digital8, DVCAM and Mini-DV videotapes. We support digital video conversions in either NTSC (North American) or PAL (European) broadcast standard formats.
All of your videotapes are handled with care while the video conversion to DVD process and post-production work are underway. Your digitized videos will always be encoded at a higher than standard rate to ensure that you get the best results your video tapes can offer, without the contribution of unnecessary compression artifacts and video noise byproducts that would certainly be introduced at lower encode rates. We would rather provide you with more DVD disks than give you poor quality.
As an additional benefit and at no extra cost, we will edit out those annoying blue screens, very poor video segments and long stretches of nothing—like those moments of forgetting to turn off your camera. Our aim is to provide watchable and entertaining video rather than include useless footage on your newly minted DVD disc(s). The final word is that you can expect professional grade results and attention to detail at competitive prices when having HomeDVD convert your videotapes to DVD. VHS to DVD transfers at it’s best.
How much it costs
We charge $16.95 per hour of video or less (VHS, Hi8, 8mm, Digital8, MiniDV, DVCAM, VHS-C), minimum $45.0 per job (except UMatic and BetaSP). Costs are pro-rated per hour of video after minimums have been met.
There is a minimum of $45.00 per transfer job for the consumer grade tapes.
Pro UMatic tapes have a cost of $50/hour of video. Minimum $50.
Pro BetaSP Analog tapes have a cost of $50/hour of video. Minimum $50.
Pro BetaSP Digital tapes have a cost of $65/hour of video. Minimum $65.
Transfers involving foreign formats (PAL/SECAM) incur an additional cost of $5.00/hr of video.
call us at 613 836-9683 or Email: at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.