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VHS-C to DVD Transfer

VHS-C to DVD Transfer Services

VHS Rescue provides high quality VHS-C to DVD transfer services. VHS-C is a sub-format of VHS. The tape inside a VHS-C tape is the same as the tape inside a VHS tape.

VHS-C tape was made to be a compact tape to fit in camcorders. The camcorders were meant to be used to fit in your hands and record your home movies. When the home movies were recorded on VHS-C, family videos were usually stored away and marked appropriately.   As a result, many families have home movies on VHS-C tapes that are deteriorating.

VHS-C tapes are made of magnetic tape. The shelf life on the VHS-C is less because of their magnetic nature, such as digital 8 and MiniDV. VHS-C to DVD transfer should be executed as soon as possible to preserve your memories in the highest quality video and audio possible.   Sometimes VHS-C tapes have deteriorated beyond rescue and it is not worth saving. “I have seen some VHS-C tape transfer jobs be totally deteriorated, and as a result, we did not go through with the tape conversion.

 

For this reason, tape conversion services should be used immediately. Do not wait another day to convert VHS-C to DVD; the tape loses quality for every day you put the task of video tape transfer off” finishes Chris, the owner of VHS Rescue the tape transfer business.

 

“VHS Rescue started when I needed to convert home movies to DVD for my own needs. At that point, I saw the need and potential for a video tape conversion service. In addition to VHS-C to DVD transfer, we convert cassette to CD, cassette to digital, and provide a variety of specialty tape transfers to digital. We can convert tape to USB, which makes it easy for you to take your home movies everywhere.

VHS to DVD transfers services by VHS Rescue are done in private, and all video content is kept safe and secure. For reviews, please check out our Yelp page here.   vhs-c to dvd transfer


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VHS-C to DVD

VHS-C to DVD Conversions

 

VHS Rescue provides VHS-C to DVD services along with VHS to DVD and many other video conversion services. VHS-C to digital file is also possible with the VHS Rescue tape transfer service. Cal VHS Rescue at 818-835-5337 for consultation by the owner, Chris.

 

VHS-C to DVD is performed using high quality cables and conversion equipment. Chris says “Use the best equipment to get the job done right!” and this philosophy applies throughout the business. VHS Rescue uses hand powered VHS-C to VHS adapters so your tape is safe. “The battery powered VHS-C adapters can break and trap your tape” says Chris the owner of VHS Rescue.

 

VHS-C to file is also possible. “We can transfer your VHS-C tape to high quality files. MP4 format or MPG formats are possibilities to convert VHS-C tapes. VHS-C to video file requires a hard drive to put your files on. Essentially, it is VHS-C to USB drive.

 

VHS-C conversions are an efficient process, where there is someone converting tapes 18 hours a day.  VHS-C to DVD transfers can be dropped off at 21900 Burbank Blvd #300, Los Angeles, CA 91367. You can also ship your order there. Please address all shipments as “VHS Rescue 21900 Burbank Blvd #300, Los Angeles, CA 91367.”

 

Similar to VHS to DVD, VHS-C to DVD conversion is a smooth process. Once you bring the order to our office, you can fill out an order form and drop off your tapes. Once the order for VHS-C transfer is complete, Chris, the owner of the business will give you a call. Chris will inform you how the video conversion went and answer your questions. “We also provide VHS to DVD” says Chris.

 

VHS-C transfer to DVD is an affordable process. When Chris needed tape conversion for himself, he couldn’t find a reasonably priced venue. Chris learned how to convert tapes to DVD and digital, and started a business doing the transfers. “We convert your tapes like how I did my own” says Chris. “MiniDV to DVD is what I did for my own tapes” says Chris.

 

Check out the VHS Rescue Yelp here. Buy VHS-C to DVD transfers here.

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