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Q: How do I know what kind of film I have?

A: The most common films are 8mm and Super 8mm, but by all means bring it on down here and we can help you! 

Q: Will it ruin my VHS Tapes?

A: Absolutely not.

Q: When is the best time to convert?

A: ASAP. Don’t procrastinate.

Q: How do I find a reputable company?

A: Just read our customer satisfaction comments and you will see why we are your best bet!

Q: I have recordings of my grandfather singing, can you convert audio recordings?

A: We can convert many types of audio so you should bring in the device and let us see what we can do to assist you.

Q: Would you recommend it being a DIY (Do It Yourself)?

A: In order for the most optimized result, it is best to let our professionals handle it for you.

Q: How much film can a DVD hold?

A: It can hold about two hours worth of film.

Q: Can more than one VHS Tape go on a DVD?

A: The amount of footage recorded on your VHS determines what can fit on a DVD. We recommend one VHS Tape per DVD.

Q: Does conversion degrade the quality?

A: For us, quality is JOB ONE. When converting, we proof each conversion to make sure it is perfect for you and your loved ones. Quality control is one of our specialties.

Q: The most important questions of all are about privacy. – Is it protected?

A: Yes, your privacy is our #1 priority. You are in safe hands. 


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