EIAJ Video Reel
CV, Skip Field
EV, Sony 1" Reel
Vcord I, II
VHS Video Tape
Wet Audio Tapes
Film and Slides
8mm, Super 8
Wet Movie Film
Transfer LaserDisk to DVD or video files
Flash Drive (=USB memory stick, =thumb drive) videos to DVD
Floppy Disk Files to Flash drive (USB stick) files
Laserdisk optical video disk
Transfer, record, recover, or archive LaserDisk, Laser-disc to DVD, Hard drive, Flash drive, or web files.
Laserdisk, Laser Disk to DVD, $40 per disk.
Video Files on Flash Drive to DVD; $35 per DVD.
3.5-inch Floppy Disk files to Flash Drive; $2 per disk.
5.25-inch Floppy Disk files to Flash Drive; $3 per disk.
Laserdisk is a high quality composite video format.
ODC, Optical Disk Corporation, RLV Recordable Laser Videodisk GSP-711-3-153.
Pioneer LaserDisk MC034-U LaserVision.
Scotch 3M Laser Videodisc, Copyright 1990, 34-7017-4924-3, 60 minutes per side max.
Typical Laserdisk machines: Pioneer LD-V4300D, LD-V4400.
How it works:
1. CONTACT US with questions or to get an estimate.
2. Print our SHIPPING LABEL from the tab at the top of the web page.
3. Number your tapes/media, keep a list, and enclose titles and contact info.
4. Seal in plastic bags, Pad very well, use Standard mailing envelope or corrugated box.
5. We confirm arrival and email our findings and normally bill using Paypal.
(Paypal accepts credit cards for us and you do not need to be a member).
6. Prepay and checks accepted. Normal completion is 3 weeks.
What are Customers saying?
I am so pleased with our playable DVDs made from our video file on memory stick and from the VHS and 8mm tapes. thank you, Shelly, Illinois, 62281.
We just looked at the DVDs [and mp4 files on FD] you made from our Laserdisks and they are fantastic. Thank you for the great job you did in converting our materials. Best, Anna, Mays Landing College, NJ New Jersey 08330.
Our curators are reviewing the mov file to determine what [Laserdisk] segments to use in our upcoming exhibition. Thanks again for the speedy and professional service, Richard.
Transfer record recover archive LaserDisk, Laser-disc to DVD, Hard drive, Flash drive, or web files.