Convert VHS-C to DVD


 LOCAL - In Denver, conveniently located on Colorado Blvd near Yale

 FAST - Many orders completed 24-48 hours. Express service available

 AFFORDABLE - Volume Discounts! Terrific Prices

 SAFE - All work performed on site! Never shipped out of state!

  • Local – for Denver residents, we are conveniently located near Colorado Blvd & Yale. Click here for a map.
  • Fast – depending on our current volume, many orders are ready in 24 – 48 hours.
  • Affordable – This family owned business runs a tight ship to give you the very best value for your money. See Price Schedule below.
  • Safe – we do all work inside our media laboratory here in Denver – we never ship your valuable memories out of state.

The VHS-C was the VHS attempt to make the personal video camera more feasible. It was much smaller than its larger VHS cousin, though it only handled about 1 hour maximum play time in Standard Mode.

The one unique aspect of VHS-C to DVD conversion is that the video tape cartridge actually requires an adapter to make it fit into a VHS sized cartridge which is then played in a regular VHS machine. Ingenious really!

Yes, we have the cartridges so that we can play your tapes as we capture your VHS-C into digital before we cut a new DVD for you or save it to a hard drive. 

For more information about VHS tape in general, please see our VHS page.

See our  VHS-C Pricing Schedule for pricing, corporate pricing, and volume discount information.

Videotape to DVD is more important thant ever

VHS Players are disappearing

By Jamey Nordby - March 22, 2017

The last manufacturer of VHS players has closed its doors!

This means that the ability to convert VHS to DVD or VHS to Digital has a limited future.

The same is true for Hi8 to DVD, miniDV to Digital, Betamax to Digital etc.

In order to convert videotape to DVD, you must have a player that can capture the information on the tape and convert it to a video picture. Once those are gone, so is the opportunity to create a digital file of your family video.

Don't wait until it is too late!

Videotape to DVD - Videotape to Digital - custom editing

Edit your own VHS to DVD or VHS to Digital Conversion

By Jamey Nordby - October 1, 2016

When you convert your Videotape to Digital  or Videotape to DVD, the most frequent question is: can I edit my video when I am finished?

Of Course! But it has to be done right in the first place. DVD is not the right option for conversion if you want to edit later. A digital version (quicktime, .mp4, or .avi) are the formats that you need if you want to edit your videos at a later date.

Reborn Audio Video will also edit your videotape to digital project as well. We will sit with you and cut and paste until you have exactly the video you desire. For an anniverseray, a memorial, or a birthday - we can help you create the perfect video. 

 
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VHS to DVD for Christmas

It is not too early to convert Videocassette to DVD! Don't wait until it is too late.

By Jamey Nordby - September 9, 2016

That's right!

It is not too early to start your VHS to DVD conversion project now. If you wait until Thanksgiving, if there is still time, it could cost more to guarantee a Christmas delivery!

Want to organize your project. It is very simple: Start by numbering your project in the order you want it (Sharpie on the VHS, miniDV, slide, etc). Then, determine if these can be combined onto a single DVD (If it fits). do the same for 8mm Film to DVD, as well as Scan Slides (number the carousel).

Hint: Combining video onto fewer disc now can save money for copies in the future!

 
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