What formats can
you transfer to DVD?
- VIDEO: VHS, SVHS, VHS-C, MiniDV, 8mm video, Hi-8mm, and
other videotape formats
- FILM: 16mm, 8mm, Super 8mm
What should I transfer first?
- This is primarily a personal preference, but most people
think first of their oldest recordings and/or of special events such as weddings,
baptisms, bar/bat mitzvahs, reunions, school activities or athletic meets, holidays, and
other special events. Even recent recordings of once-in-a-lifetime moments are
candidates for preservation and transfer to DVD.
I have heard that some home
video DVDs won't play on every DVD player?
- It's true that the DVD-R format is not compatible with all
DVD players. But it is compatible with most DVD players...over 95%. Most
incompatible players were manufactured 3-4 years ago.
- If the disc we create for you is not compatible with your
system you have three options
- replace or return your player
- buy a new player
- return your DVD disc for a full refund
(we have yet to have a customer take us up on the third
- You may want to check your player against one of several
lists available on the internet to be assured it is compatible with the DVD-R format.
What equipment will you use to
create my DVDs?
- Dell Pentium 4 workstation
- Adobe Premiere Pro video editing software with a Ligos
- Adobe Encore DVD authoring software
- DVD-R recordable DVD dics
Is there anything you won't
transfer to DVD?
- We will not transfer copyrighted material unless you can
demonstrate that you are the producer and copyright holder.
What does your DVD transfer service cost?
- Our pricing begins at $35 for the first hour of your
videotape's running time and $25 for each additional hour.
- Quantity discounts are available.
Contact us today for more information at: FourthWallVideo@aol.com.