Two, Four, or Six Hours of Video-to-DVD Conversion at MotoPhoto (Up to 59% Off)

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69% of 26 customers recommend

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In a Nutshell

DVDs preserve footage from old formats, including VHS, VHS-C, 8mm, digital 8mm, Hi8, and MiniDV

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MotoPhoto - Multiple Locations: Two, Four, or Six Hours of Video-to-DVD Conversion at MotoPhoto (Up to 59% Off)

Video footage preserves family moments that might otherwise be forgotten, like the day Grandpa wiped everyone's memory with a spy drug. Bring precious records to the digital age with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $19 for two hours of video-to-DVD conversion (a $39.90 value)
  • $35 for four hours of video-to-DVD conversion (a $79.80 value)
  • $49 for six hours of video-to-DVD conversion (a $119.70 value)

Technicians can transfer footage from VHS and VHS-C tapes, 8mm, digital 8mm, Hi8, and MiniDV, preserving it in a digital format on long-lasting DVDs.

MotoPhoto

The shutterbugs at MotoPhoto capture natural expressions in portrait shoots, but they also enhance those shots with retouching services. Rather than drawing smiles on their subjects with lipstick, the professionals elicit relaxed dimples during their sessions, and they are happy to aim their lenses either in-studio or at the subjects’ home. After the experts edit out their flyaway hairs, subjects can order everything from collages and calendars to custom photo books and greeting cards.

In addition to creating new images, MotoPhoto deals with existing photographs, scanning the contents of old albums to create digital files and restoring age-worn photographs. They also transfer the contents of VHS tapes and other antiquated formats to DVDs, preserving videos of a youngster’s first bike ride or a tiny pothole’s first attempt to wreck a bicycle.

MotoPhoto

The shutterbugs at MotoPhoto capture natural expressions in portrait shoots, but they also enhance those shots with retouching services. Rather than drawing smiles on their subjects with lipstick, the professionals elicit relaxed dimples during their sessions, and they are happy to aim their lenses either in-studio or at the subjects’ home. After the experts edit out their flyaway hairs, subjects can order everything from collages and calendars to custom photo books and greeting cards.

In addition to creating new images, MotoPhoto deals with existing photographs, scanning the contents of old albums to create digital files and restoring age-worn photographs. They also transfer the contents of VHS tapes to DVDs, preserving videos of a youngster’s first bike ride or a tiny pothole’s first attempt to wreck a bicycle.


Tips

69% of 26 customers recommend

  • “Great job and quick turnaround on video to CD conversions. Super customer service too--a really pleasant experience.”

  • “I was able to convert old VHS tapes to DVDs quickly (only a few days) and easily here. They made a great holiday gift for my parents. Thanks.”

  • “Very professional. Good, friendly service.”

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