We import your footage from VHS, VHS-C, 8mm, Hi8, Digital8, and MiniDV tapes, (or MiniDVD discs), then edit out bad sections, add transitions between scenes, and add background music if you wish...you can also send video files on a flash drive or USB hard drive.
We import your footage from your VHS, VHS-C, MiniDV, Digital8, Hi8, 8mm tape, or MiniDVD disc, edit the footage and put it on to a brand new DVD, including a custom DVD cover and DVD case. Color DVD covers available for an additional charge. Editing is $30.00 per hour in additional to the import prices below. Editing normally takes between 1.5 and 2 times the length of your video footage. You can add your favorite song(s) as background music for an additional $2.99 per song or send along your CDs to use for a $10.00 flat fee!
Prices (by video length in hours/minutes):
:10 min. or less = $3.95 for DVD creation and $3.00 for materials
:11-:19 min. = $6.95 for DVD creation and $3.00 for materials
:20-:29 min. = $8.95 for DVD creation and $3.00 for materials
:30 min. to :44 min. = $9.95 for DVD creation and $3.00 for materials
:45 min. to :59 min. = $10.95 for DVD creation/$3.00 for materials
1 hour and up = $14.95 for DVD creation and $3.00 for materials
Once original is made, ALL copies are $8.99 to make/$3.00 for materials. Tapes that are too long to fit on one DVD will be split into two sections and charged separately for each section according to the times above.
If you are sending high quality video (Hi8, MiniDV, Digital8, MiniDVD), you can get about 90 minutes of footage on a DVD without a loss of video quality. This all assumes that your video can be imported automatically. If there are large spaces and breaks on your tape, you will be charged for manual video import. Please note: if you want to combine tapes on to one DVD, the fee is the same as listed above but you will only be charged for one set of materials. If you would like a backup data DVD of any tape, it is $14.95 to create the backup and $3.00 for materials. If the file is large, it will be split into two parts and the charges above apply for EACH half of the file. We burn all DVDs on the DVD-R format which is compatible with 93% of all consumer DVD players. You can check the compatibility of your DVD player at http://www.videohelp.com/dvdplayers.php