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There are numerous benefits to converting VHS tapes to DVDs, but it's important to note that as other technologies have emerged, many computers and devices no longer have built-in DVD readers. If you don't have a device that can read DVDs, you can use our transfer service to save your VHS videos as secure downloads.
Some common reasons our customers choose to convert their VHS tapes to DVDs include:
Preserve VHS videos because, unfortunately, VHS tapes can wear out over time .
Knowing that your VHS tapes will be protected against floods, fires, theft, and other unexpected events.
With digital features that allow you to rename, archive, and add information to your files.
Add your VHS tapes and other pre-digital memories to your preserved timeline for a lasting legacy.
With DVDs that take up much less space than bulky VCR cassettes
Because these days, people are more likely to have a DVD player than an analog VCR.
By digitizing VHS cassettes so family members won’t have to fight over a single physical copy.
Because DVD can be played on a wider range of devices including most modern TVs, DVD players, and computers.
Because most still own DVD players, but may not have a VCR player, which makes it impossible for them to watch their old VHS tapes
Convert several VHS formats into DVDs including standard VHS, compact VHS(VHS-C), super VHS(S-VHS), and compact S-VHS(S-VHS-C)with our VHS DVD transfer service to cherish your videotape memories forever.
Standard VHS Tapes:
These analog video cassettes are the most common VHS format and work in standard VCRs without an adapter using a tape-based recording system
Compact VHS Tapes:
These use standard VHS film reels with smaller cassette boxes so you can use them with portable camcorder but need an adapter for playback using a regular VCR.
S-VHS and S-VHS-C VHS Tapes:
These high-quality VHS tapes offer more horizontal resolution lines and improved color when compared to other VHS options.
•Standard VHS can record 120 minutes of footage
•VHS-C tapes are limited to 30 minutes (or 60 minutes for longer runtime)
•S-VHS and S-VHS-C offer significantly longer playtime up to 10 hours in certain modes
•You can increase VHS runtime using long play (LP) mode, extended play (EP) mode, or different tape labels that yield a longer runtime.
With our VCR to DVD service, you can turn any of these analog formats into lasting DVD memories. If you don’t know if Capture accepts your home movies for our VHS to DVD conversion service, please contact us and we will help you preserve your experiences for future generations.
VHS videos can deteriorate and lose quality over time, but you can preserve your wonderful home movies for unlimited playback and high-quality digital videoby converting VHS to DVD using our professional video transfer service
Turn analog video tapes to DVD digital format in less than 30 days in three simple steps:
Capture prices our VHS to DVD conversion service based on the length of your home movies since different formats offer different playback runtimes. Our prices start at only $29.99, which includes the first two hours of tape. Then, we can convert each additional 2 hours of VHS memories into DVD digital copies for only $29.99.
This price includes our repair services, friendly customer support, and fastest turnaround time in the industry so you get your memories as soon as possible. If the actual length of your home movies ends up being longer than what you originally paid for, we will send an email to confirm what to convert.