Video to DVD or USB transfer

Pile of tapes

Got a pile of old video tapes?

Maybe it’s time to declutter and get all your treasured memories transferred onto DVD or a USB stick.
Tape is now virtually obsolete. People have found that they wish to have their cherished video tapes transferred to DVD or a digital format.

We can transfer from all of the video formats ie VHS, S-VHS, VHS-C, Video 8, Hi-8, Digital 8, Betamax, Betacam, miniDV, DVCAM, MicroMV as well as camcorder DVDs and memory cards. We can also download video from your phone and make a DVD.

You can check what type of tape you have here

Not only can we transfer to DVD we can also transfer your tapes to editable computer files and supply on our memory sticks or on your own sticks or drive. We normally transfer to mp4 files but can do any file format you require. More information on mp4 files here.

We offer two levels of service – Standard and Premium

Convert to DVD

£15 per tape

Convert to USB

£15 per tape

Convert to DVD & USB

£20 per tape

*Memory Sticks : We can supply a 16gb USB memory stick (£5) or you can supply your own stick or hard drive

Convert to DVD

£45 per tape

Convert to USB

£45 per tape

Convert to DVD & USB

£60 per tape

*Memory Sticks : We can supply a 16gb USB memory stick (£5) or you can supply your own stick or hard drive

Calculate

Use the calculate button to get a rough idea how much your transfer will be.

How to Proceed

What type of tape do I have?

There are quite a few different types of videotape formats.

We can transfer most of the different formats to DVD or digital computer files.

You can look at the different types of tape by clicking on the tabs left/below.

VHS tape

VHS (Video Home System) is the most widely-adopted videocassette format. It was developed by JVC  in 1976.

VHS-C

A camcorder version of VHS. You need an adapter to play back the tape in a normal VCR

Video8/Hi8 tape

A very popular camcorder tape format. Either Video 8 or Hi8. Hi8 is better quality

MiniDV/DVCAM

A small tape for camcorders. Records in a digital format.

Betamax

A format that lost out to VHS in the popularity war. Arguably better quality than VHS.

MicroMV

A tiny DV format tape which never really gained any popularity.

Betacam SP

This is a Professional format tape used by broadcasters before the advent of digital recording. Visually very similar to Betacam tapes