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Video to DVD Transfer
  • Australia’s leading video transfer specialist
  • Converting to DVD disc or USB drive
  • VHS VHS-C Video8 Hi8 Mini-DV formats
  • Professional grade equipment used
  • Highest grade of archival discs used
  • 3 different levels of transfers available
  • AVI, MOV or MP4 digital video files for USB
  • 20 Years experience and 1000’s of transfers

Straight Video Transfer

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  • - up to 3 tapes or max 2 hours of footage -
  • - transferred to one dvd disc -
  • - or transferred to one USB file -
  • - 24 chapter markers -
  • - jvc/taiyo yuden archical discs -
  • - pvc case with printed disc title -
  • - extra disc copies $8.00 each -
$ 24.00 for 30 Minutes

* incl gst

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Premium Video Transfer

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  • - up to 3 tapes or max 2 hours of footage -
  • - transferred to one dvd disc -
  • - or transferred to one USB file -
  • - 24 chapter markers at selected scene changes -
  • - taiyo yuden archival DVD discs -
  • - footage cleaned of blue screen, static, lens cap on -
  • - dvd case with printed titled sleeve and disc -
  • - dvd files files transferred to your hard-drive -
  • - extra disc copies for backup $12.00 each -
$ 39.00 for 30 Minutes

* incl gst

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Delux Video Transfer

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  • - up to 3 tapes or max 2 hours of footage -
  • - transferred to one dvd disc -
  • - or transferred to one USB file -
  • - 24 chapter markers at selected scene changes -
  • - taiyo yuden archival DVD discs -
  • - footage cleaned of blue screen, static, lens cap on -
  • - full motion menu with chapter scene selection -
  • - thumbnail chapter images on printed sleeve -
  • -dvd case and printed titled disc -
  • - dvd files files transferred to your hard-drive -
  • - extra disc copies for backup $12.00 each -
$ 69.00 for 30 Minutes

* incl gst

Click to adjust unit prices

Video To DVD Transfers

Sydney DVD Makers have transferred 1000's of clients videos onto DVD over the last 20 years, and in that time we have being refining our process and now have our premium transfer service to what we believe is by far Australia's best video transfer, so please come into our showroom and have a look for yourself, we would love to show you our range of transfer services

If you have a large collection of tapes, bring them into us and free of charge we will check the lengths of them by fast forwarding every tape, and see if we can also establish a chronological order and then provide you with a detailed quote by email for all 3 of our transfer services


What our transfers DO include 

  • video formats including VHS, VHS-C, Video8, Hi8, Digital 8 and Mini-DV
  • up to 3 tapes onto the one disc (extra tapes onto same disc at $5.00 per tape)
  • chronological placement of the tapes onto the disc (were ever possible)
  • capture and digitize your footage using only professional grade equipment
  • removal of white image noise at the beginning and end of the tapes
  • removal of all blue/grey screen, static, filming while the lens cap has being left on etc (premium and deluxe only)
  • two pass variable bit encoding for the picture image and Dolbly Digital sound for the audio
  • we only use Taiyo Yuden DVD discs (masters, not OEM's),the worlds best archival grade disc and the only disc still made in Japan
  • free transfer of the encoded MPEG files (that we use to make your DVD) to your external hard-drive (premium and deluxe only
  • motion menus with thumbnail videos of the chapter markers from scene changes (deluxe transfer only)
  • encoding to .AVI, .MOV or MP4 for editing on your computer (optional extra)

What our transfers DON’T include 

  • creating DVD’s from domestic recorders and without any computer intervention at all ( yes if we did this we could probably charge only $15.00 per tape as well)
  • Ritek or any other no brand name DVD disc's to archive your precious memories
  • putting 3 or 4 hours onto one disc ( really bad idea in terms of picture quality, due to low data bit rates, no more the 2 hours should ever be put onto one disc)
  • putting one tape onto one disc regardless of the time length of the tape ( if someone is charging a per tape cost, generally this is what they are doing, whats the point in having only 15 minutes on a disc ?)

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