Old media formats were notoriously delicate: VHS tapes often got tangled in VCRs, and reel-to-reel film burst into flames if played more than twice. Preserve generations of memories the reliable way with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $32 for DVD transfer of 5 videotapes ($62.50 value)
- $60 for DVD transfer of 10 videotapes ($125 value)
- $109 for DVD transfer of 20 videotapes ($240 value)
- $179 for DVD transfer of 20 videotapes with one additional set of copies ($370 value)
In-house technicians transfer up to four hours of tape onto a DVD from VHS, VHSC, HI8, and MiniDV. Each DVD holds one tape (regardless of length), and comes printed with a label in a slimline case. Tapes must all be in good condition for effective transfer.
Additional copies are available for $6.50 each. Services such as editing or shipping are also available for additional fees, and staff will be happy to explain how customers can transfer their DVD copies to a hard drive or jump drive if needed.
A corporate conference pulses with a 3-D animation presentation. A company’s new website design brings in new business with effortless navigation. Old home movies come to life in digital format. These are just a few of the services provided by CVMedia, a video-production business with almost two decades of audio-visual expertise. Thanks to its comprehensive project offerings, local outfits can film high-quality commercials, restaurants can advertise their cuisine on painstakingly designed websites, and children can conduct meticulous PowerPoint presentations on the evils of naptime. For two decades, the company has also served the general public by digitizing analogue formats such as VHS tapes—of which they've duplicated more than 100,000 copies.