Before digital media, music lovers had to rely on less flattering formats, such as degradable magnetic tape or yelling into a box and immediately closing it. Celebrate modern technology with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $20 for two video-to-DVD conversions (a $40 value)
- $40 for five video-to-DVD conversions (an $80 value)
- $55 for photo-to-DVD conversions for up to 250 photos (up to a $155 value)
- $149 for photo-to-DVD conversions for up to 1,000 photos (up to a $530 value)
Technicians convert videos of any length to a DVD with a typed label and slim jewel case (one video per DVD), available for pickup within 24–72 hours. Video-to-DVD transfer is valid for VHS tapes, Hi8 and Digital8 8mm tapes, and MiniDV tapes.
Photo-to-DVD transfer is valid for the front sides of rectangular or square photos that are between 3"x3" and 8"x10" and are no thicker than a modern Polaroid. Photos will be scanned as JPEGs at 300 dpi with no correction, rotation, or cropping and burned to data DVD. The DVDs will be available for pickup in 2-4 weeks.
Since his boyhood days in the darkroom, Video Kitchen's president, Carlile Crutcher, has had a passion for photography. This passion evolved into home movies during his tenure in high school, college, and the United States Navy, and eventually culminated in the creation of Video Kitchen in 1992. In two locations, including the brand new store in East Louisville, an artistically and technically skilled staff oversees the preservation of memories with data transfers for all sorts of media and formats. The staff specializes in tape-to-DVD transfers, including familiar formats such as VHS tapes, Hi8 and Digital8 8mm tapes, and MiniDV, as well as specialty formats such as 8mm and 16mm movie film.
Imbued with the gift of cinematic artistry, Video Kitchen's staff also produces video for occasions such as business meetings, recitals, and sporting events. Skillful sound engineers capture all the audio, and editors can splice different scenes together or superimpose a slam-dunking dog into every frame.