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joyce

Videos to dvds

Hi, Can anyone tell me where in Glasgow I can get my old videos put on to dvds and roughly how much it costs?
cybers

Don't know what it costs Joyce but ...

VideotoDVD.co.uk
15 Tollcross Road
Parkhead Cross
Glasgow
G31 4UG

Right next to Kwielin take away
joyce

Thanks for that Cybers x
fastnet

here is a link to their site Joyce.

http://www.transfervideo.co.uk/
Alex Glass

Don't know if it is costly. If you are stuck and it is costly I can do it for you Joyce

All you need is a VHS player linked to a DVD recorder.

Is it one tape or multiple tapes
James

fastnet wrote:
here is a link to their site Joyce.

http://www.transfervideo.co.uk/

Seems quite pricey to me. As Alex said, I can also do this with the equipment
I have - a quality Sony VHS recorder and a Panasonic HDD/DVD Freeview recorder.


James H
fastnet

Right.....I'm coming to you guys.....
Alex Glass

James has better quality equipment than me but it is still a good copy on my system.
joyce

HI, I had a look at the site, is a bit over the price I was hoping for. I dont mind paying to have it done.....
joyce

Hi Alex, It was a few videos I have some of my wee Mum that I want to keep forever and my Oz trip...
schiehallion

cybers wrote:
Don't know what it costs Joyce but ...

VideotoDVD.co.uk
15 Tollcross Road
Parkhead Cross
Glasgow
G31 4UG

Right next to Kwielin take away


Is it up a close?
joyce

Cheers, I did look this up on line and thought it was a bit pricey, but cheers anyway x
cybers

schiehallion wrote:
cybers wrote:
Don't know what it costs Joyce but ...

VideotoDVD.co.uk
15 Tollcross Road
Parkhead Cross
Glasgow
G31 4UG

Right next to Kwielin take away


Is it up a close?


Naw its a dodgy wee place that looks like it might be in the porno industry for junkies ...

http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?hl=..._tfduL73g&cbp=12,8.99,,1,6.32
sputnik

my son does video to dvd in his work.audio visual stuff among other things.
schiehallion

sputnik wrote:
my son does video to dvd in his work.audio visual stuff among other things.


Does he have any advice on where to get home movie super 8 onto dvd.  I don't fancy that dodgy place in Tollcross Road.

It has to be somewhere trustworthy.
sputnik

i will ask him tonight.
schiehallion

Thanks sputnik.
sputnik

sorry mate they dont do cine conversions.
schiehallion

Thanks anyway sputnik.
Glasgow Loon

You could try this site:-

http://www.super8todvd.com/UK_Tra...gow_cine_film_to_dvd_8mm_16mm.htm
AlanM

Glasgow Loon wrote:
You could try this site:-

http://www.super8todvd.com/UK_Tra...gow_cine_film_to_dvd_8mm_16mm.htm


That's the same guys we were discussing
bridals

VHS to DVD Copying?

Looking for somewhere that copies videos onto dvd, preferably south side! Just saw a previous post on here about it, I wasnt a member, of course now Im a member i cant find the thread Im looking for lol, the company mentioned up in Parkhead is apparantly expensive, so any cheaper local places that aint likely to feck up the video.?!?!
BTJustice

I had all my parents cine film transferred by the place in Parkhead and had absolutely no problems.

2hrs of cinefilm cost me around £180.

I just bought a gizmo from Lidl on monday that lets me copy analog video into my computer and that was only £20.

Dave
fastnet

BTJustice wrote:
I had all my parents cine film transferred by the place in Parkhead and had absolutely no problems.

2hrs of cinefilm cost me around £180.

I just bought a gizmo from Lidl on monday that lets me copy analog video into my computer and that was only £20.

Dave


Have you got a link to this gizmo mate ?
BTJustice

It was in the paper Monday so I went and grabbed one along with speakers for my PC.

Speakers were sh1t so took them back Thursday and didnt see any of the video grabbers.

I just looked on ebay(search "video grabber") and found that there are loads and they seem to be cheaper than £20 but I would never have known they existed if I hadnt just gone and bought one.

Dave.
fastnet

Cheers Dave.

£8.21 all in....
AlanM

VHS to DVD is pretty easy you just need a DVD recorder a VHS player and a scart lead. As long as the tapes aren't macrovision protected you shouldn't have any problems
Stuball

AlanM wrote:
VHS to DVD is pretty easy you just need a DVD recorder a VHS player and a scart lead. As long as the tapes aren't macrovision protected you shouldn't have any problems


Way to complicat it for them!
cybers

Get a TV card for the pooter tune in VHS and bobs yir aunty...
Loads of Macrovision Bypass plugins for some of the more popular video card capture programs out there but bear in mind the video size you will be left with will be HOOJ ... no bigger than that
HOOJ HOOJ

So you will need something like DVD shrink to make it normal sized.
Stuball

and the next level of complication....
cybers

Yer why not indeed    but on a lighter note heres a freebie you lot might be interested in
VHS2DVD software

http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/vhs2dvd+wizard/
Stuball

Thats ok cybers... I fixed your duff link

fuckin amateur :p
cybers

Thats ok Mr Moderator " twa smackdowns in one day must be my birthday ...
I put my school boy error down to the amount of valium i have consumed today ... just glad i don't partake of the alcohol or i might get a front row seat at the next Micky Jackson concert !!!
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