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mainephotofinish.com/video-transfer

film & video to dvd transfers. Got VHS tapes? Preserving memories. Have you been ignoring old 8mm films for years? How about those ...

www.capitolphotointeractive.com/services/transfers-vhs-8mm-slides-to-dvd

Transfers VHS, Digital 8mm, slides to DVD and Flash Drive. Your priceless family memories are in good hands! For years we have been working with local clients, ...

pattersonscamera.com/video-transfer

Worried about losing your photographs or digital files? We can help you stop worrying by copying your digital files to CD or DVD.

www.photomaxstudios.com/services_DVD.php

We can transfer video from film reels, VHS, Hi-8, 8mm, 16mm, slides, even from your digital camcorder, digital camera or cellphone to DVD. Pricing for DVD ...

fullertonphoto.com/media

Let us make high-quality DVDs out of your 8mm and 16mm movie film. Video Tape to DVD. We can make additional copies of your VHS cassettes and DVDs, or transfer ...

www.nycameraprinceton.com/video-to-dvd-transfers

(only one tape per DVD). We can transfer footage from the most popular video tape formats, including VHS, VHS-C, 8mm, Hi8, Digital8 and Mini DV tapes.

elmhurstphoto.com/video-transfers.html

Let us make high-quality DVDs out of your 8mm and 16mm movie film. VHS to DVD. We can make additional copies of your VHS cassettes and DVDs, or transfer your ...

www.photoworkspv.com/video-transfers-and-movie-film-transfers

Movie Film Transfers. Preserve your old home movies 16mm, 8mm, super 8mm by having them professionally transfered to DVD, flash drives or external hard ...

www.wolfesprints.com/digital-dvd

To create chapters with custom titles there is a fee of $5 per chapter. Video Tapes to DVD. VHS, VHS-C, MiniDV, 8mm and Hi-8mm cassettes.

www.molerscamera.com/video-transfers

We also transfer 8mm, Super 8, and 16mm home movie film to DVD. We can take your digital camera movies and transfer them to standard DVDs that can be played on ...

www.myfamilyography.com/phone-transfers

DVD players are harder to come by. Most laptops do not have DVD hardware or software and cannot play them. Plus, DVDs deteriorate over time and it is likely ...