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Video Transfers

Video Transfers

Video Tapes

(VHS, VHS-C, 8mm Cassette, Hi-8 and Mini-DV)
Transfer your video tapes to DVD for a more convenient watching experience. In addition, preserve your videos from the cruelty of time by having them on the more stable DVD format. DVDs also allow for easier copying to provide your family and friends with their own copies of your home movies.
  1 Tape to DVD Additional Partial Tapes
Video Tape $29.95 $6.00
Each DVD can hold approximately 2 hours of video from tape. For video longer than 2 hours, a new DVD will have to created with the initial cost of $29.95. For example, if you have 6 VHS tapes with 4 hours of video, the cost is $29.95x2 + $6.00x4 = $83.90.
  Price
DVD Copy $9.99
Extra copies of the transfers we make are convenient. Order extra copies at the time of transfer.

Film

(8mm, Super 8mm, 16mm)
Film movie transfers are calculated by the foot. The minimum film transfer price is $49.95.
Format Price
8mm and Super 8mm $0.20
16mm $0.25
The length of your film can be approximately calculated as follows: 3" reel ~ 50ft; 5" reel ~ 200ft; 7" reel ~ 400ft. The actual charge is based on the actual length of film transfered to DVD.
  Price
DVD Copy $9.99
Extra copies of the transfers we make are convenient. Order extra copies at the time of transfer.

DVD Movies & Slideshows

Do you have movies and images you would like to have on DVD to play in your DVD player? Green Mountain Camera can create DVD movies and slideshows from your still images and videos. We can create DVD menus, titles, transitions and even add music and sound. DVD movies and slideshows cost $29.95, and extra copies are 9.99 each.

Video Capture

Do you have a home movie on DVD or a video taken with your digital camera where you would like to freeze one frame and get a print of that frame? We can capture frames from your video and make prints. Video captures cost $4.99 for each frame, and include one 4x6 or 5x7. Enlargements bigger than 4x6 or 5x7 are possible (extra charges apply), but the quality is typically low.