anyone have any suggestions for where i can get some old Svhs tapes converted to DVD or digital?
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A few months ago, I took about 3,500 ft of old 8mm film from the 1950's and some vhs tapes, to this shop in Toledo:
They did a nice job.
Here's the link to a thread on ToledoTalk.com, from about 7 months ago, when I posed the same sort of question.
I took my old family movies to Costco photo department. They did a great job (sent off somewhere, not local) and it was about $12 per reel.
They do a good job: http://www.digitizeitnow.com/
I can do it to, never charged friends or family so guess if you had to pay I could break it down to a per DVD fee. It's not really hard to do, or time consuming from a worker point of view, just a good bit of time letting the computer sit there while capturing, then transcoding to mpeg2 format. I have some prebuilt DVD designed I've used for other home movies so that is already done.
Don't know anyone local.
We use AT&T Uverse which is digital and LOVE it!
Wait, sorry I misplaced my above post. The Uverse was not meant to be posted here! SORRY! Dork moment.
INeedCoffee... are you able to convert SVHS or just regular VHS?
upso: sorry sadly I dont have a SVHS player just VHS, hi-8, laserdisc, and mini-DV.
Walter: cool link! Just another reason I love Toledo. Being a big city you can pretty much find anything you need here. Really wish that company a lot of luck.