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Old 08-16-06, 09:02 PM
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Does anyone here do VHS to DVD transfers?

I have 3 VHS tapes that are very special to me, and that I would like transferred to DVD. In addition, I would like it to look fairly "professional", with a DVD case, printed insert, and disc label - basically something like yesvideo.com does. Would anyone be willing to do this for me, and if so, at what price? Thanks!
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My advice would be to buy or Rent a good dvdrecorder and do it yourself
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Well, but he wants printed inserts and cases and labels on the DVDs.
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I have a DVD recorder that I can transfer them over to for you but you can print the DVD case and inserts yourself. You can also edit the DVD's for chapter stops on your PC afterwards.
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Originally Posted by DVD Polizei
Well, but he wants printed inserts and cases and labels on the DVDs.

Buy a printer?
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He doesn't want to buy additional equipment. He wants someone to do it FOR HIM. I would, but I'm busy.
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It looks like YesVideo.com does what he wants for $25. Why not just go with that?
Old 08-17-06, 07:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Mr. Salty
It looks like YesVideo.com does what he wants for $25. Why not just go with that?
Already tried them and they F'd up the labeling and stop times. I need personal attention paid to this. I think I have found someone though!

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