VHS to DVD Vancouver

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  • Is VHS to DVD Vancouver right for me?
    We have handled many media conversion projects to the total satisfaction of our customers. We offer, helpful, informed and personal service and care. We create DVDs, computer-ready video files, MiniDVs and more. Here is a list of the types of tapes people bring us: Family videos, wedding videos, mining company promotional materials, corporate training or other tapes, entertainment agency demo videos, kiosk videos, construction exploratory footage, school promotional and many many more.  ^Top
  • I have lots of VHS tapes or other media to convert. Can I expect a discount?
    We offer volume discounts on large orders. Try our build-a-quote system or call for a quote on your project.  ^Top
  • How long will my conversion project take?
    We usually allow for 2 or 3 days to complete your project, but if you are in a rush, we can often make special arrangements. If you have several tapes or the total tape time is over 10 hours, then your project may take a little longer.  ^Top
  • What quality can I expect from my converted video?
    While a DVD offers a high-quality video picture, your final picture quality will depend on your source. If you convert a VHS video tape to a DVD, the picture on the DVD will only be as good as the VHS tape it was created from. Restoration services are available to try to regain the original quality of your source media. If you have questions about media restoration, call for more information.  ^Top
  • Can you restore or improve the quality of my VHS tape or other media?
    Restoration services are available to try to regain the original quality of your source media. These techniques are often expensive and time-consuming. If you have questions about media restoration, call for more information. If unable to fulfill your requirements, we will refer you to a local post-production studio.  ^Top
  • Is it possible to combine multiple short source tapes onto a single DVD?
    Yes it is. However, it is not advisable to put more than 2 hours of video on a single DVD, because the picture quality must be reduced to fit it on the DVD.  ^Top
  • Will my finished DVD be copy-protected?
    No, your DVD will not be copy-protected. you will be able to make more copies of your DVD using any current computer equipped with a DVD writer (or "burner") and appropriate software. Don't want the hassle? Then just ask for extra copies when you order!  ^Top
  • Can I use my converted video to make a movie on my computer?
    This will depend on what software you will be using for your video project on your computer. If your software will not import video directly from a DVD, we can create digital files in a format that will be compatible with your computer and project. We can provide files compatible with Adobe Premiere, Apple iMovie, Apple Final Cut Pro, and many others. Call us for specific details.  ^Top
Updated: Tuesday, June 3, 2008