Two, Four, or Six Video-to-DVD Transfers at The Tape To Dvd Transfer Co. (Up to 73% Off)

The Tape To DVD Transfer Co. Los Angeles

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In a Nutshell

Specialists transfer footage from old tapes to DVDs or convert to digital files

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Appointment req'd; subj. to avail. Merchant's standard cncl policy applies (any fees not to exceed voucher price). Limit 1/person, 1 gift. Must use promotion val in 1 visit. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by same person. Valid for up to 2 hours of footage per tape; transfer to DVD or digital file. Valid for VHS, Hi-8, 8mm tape, Digital8, Video 8, Mini-DV, Betamax, VHS-C, Mini-DVD, SVHS, audio cassettes, or 3/4-inch U-matic. Excludes beta formats, PAL formats, film reels, and copyrighted material. Valid in only Orange, Los Angeles, and Riverside Counties. May be repurchased every 30 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from THREE Options

  • $18.99 for two video-to-DVD transfers ($60 value)
  • $34.99 for four video-to-DVD transfers ($120 value)
  • $48.99 for six video-to-DVD transfers ($180 value)

Digital Video Transfer: Preserving Memories for Good

Relics of the bygone era of the original camcorder, VHS videos may not be the ideal vessel for cherished family memories. Find out how to keep old footage fresh with Groupon’s rundown of digital video transfer.

Any footage preserved on a VHS tape should be considered an endangered memory. Comprised of magnetic tape that can degrade over time—and imperiled by any malfunctioning VCR—the once-popular videos were not built to last. Converting analog tapes into digital files ensures that your home movies can be enjoyed for years without losing quality or taking up shelf space otherwise reserved for Oscar statuettes. To accomplish this, most VHS-to-DVD transfer services use an analog-to-digital adapter, which translates the tape’s video signal into pixels to store on a computer’s hard drive. From there, the files can be edited and preserved for posterity either by burning them to DVDs or uploading the videos to Internet sites such as YouTube.

Bonus Points

  • VHS, which stands for video home service, was almost obsolete before it even took off. Many considered an early competitor, Betamax, a superior form of videocassette.
  • A single DVD can typically fit about two hours of video—just enough time to see a child grow from a newborn into a full-fledged justborn.

Customer Reviews

David was very clear on what I was getting n prices.. very helpful in every way, he even went to my house to pick up the tapes, thx David!!
Adela B. · August 23, 2016
David was so nice and very accommodating. The DVDs are awesome! They are a cut above other transfer company's. They offer so many options that made my old home movies amazing! I will never go anywhere else!
Janine N. · July 16, 2016
The company was very kind, informative and patient with all of my questions. they made the process simple and easy...
Michal R. · April 22, 2016

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