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Coverting VHS to DVD

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LouiseVuittonbanned3y, 6m agoPosted 3 years, 6 months ago
Come across some VHS featuring footage of my late grandparents, obviously extremely valuable to me and completely priceless. Would love to have them converted to DVDs.

Does anyone have any experience of this? Not too worried about trying to do it myself, but a recommendation of a trusted company would be well appreciated.

Many thanks x
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LouiseVuittonbanned3y, 6m agoPosted 3 years, 6 months ago
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garbage456#1
any local photo shop will do it, even some supermarkets provide this service too, also various places on ebay and various big name shops online too.


Edited By: garbage456 on Nov 07, 2011 18:43
iglimpse#2
garbage456
any local photo shop will do it, even some supermarkets provide this service too, also various places on ebay and various big name shops online too.


What like Jessops etc ?

Also discussed in another recent thread but too techy for me...and my local geek has got himself a well paid job......so no longer interested :(

http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/what-do-with-vhs-tapes-equipment-1053283?page=2#post12706414

Would be grateful for any high street reasonably priced recommendations.


Edited By: iglimpse on Nov 07, 2011 19:36
tdogg#3
you can buy a copy kit off fleabay ' copy vhs dvd' £25ish, as long as you have a video to play the tape on. Or you could go straight to your pc if it has a capture card installed. Last option would be a dvd recorder which is about £50 for a cheaper one. I have done it years ago to a dvd recorder and came out well.
tdogg#4
actually , i would go for this. has 100% feedback search ( VHS + VHS-C CASSETTE - 8mm & MINI DV COPYING TO DVD )
arcangel111#5
i had this done with a load of old "cine reel" of my parents in Australia before i was born.. can highly recomend it..
ViperKeith#6
http://www.mediamorphosis.co.uk

they do this sort of thing dont know about prices thou

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