Have you been thinking about what you are want to do with all of your old VHS tapes? Do you have the time to transfer them to DVD? Do you have the money to pay someone else to convert them to DVD? Or should you just throw them all away? Let’s see what the experts say.
Most people who try to transfer VHS to DVD on their own, simply never do it because it just takes a lot of time. If you really want to convert all of those VHS tapes to DVD, edit them on a computer, and then record them to DVD, hire one of these incredible companies to do it. They will make it easier for you to get the job done. In fact, they will just get the job done – period. And the Better Business Bureau (BBB) recommends all of these companies.
Hire one of these convert VHS to DVD service companies and you will not be sorry.
Pro 8 MM – Burbank, California – 818-848-5522
This is the Rolls Royce of digital transfer services. It is a professional post production house for Hollywood independent Super 8 films but they also can convert VHS for you.
Home Movie Depot – Ashland, Missouri – 866-386-6843
This company is the least expensive higher quality shop. They are not nearly on the same level as Pro 8 MM but they do a great job. If you transfer directly to DVD with them, however, you won’t be able to edit the videos and the quality is reduced for DVD as compared to digital file delivery.
Yes, Video – Santa Clara, CA – 877-817-5375
Here is the company you can use to save the most money and if all you want is direct to DVD so that you can view your movies and you don’t care about a loss in quality or editing videos. Costco, Sam’s Club, and many other big name store chains use ‘Yes Video’ for all of their customers’ digital transfer needs.
So, if you want to actually accomplish something with all of your old tapes sitting in your home, then use one of these great companies to do your VHS to DVD transfer. You will be glad you did.