VHS to DVD Transfer

The VHS format is outdated, but it’s also becoming unplayable. Nowadays, it’s rare to find a working VCR in most homes, and even more rare to find one at the local mall. VHS cassettes aren’t just obsolete, however – physically, they aren’t good stewards of your home movies. VHS tapes are easy to break and wear out, and many of them only last about 20 years. Durable, high-quality DVDs don’t have those problems. They’re easy to store, customize, and keep for decades.

IMC Optical

Includes Label and Paper Sleeve

1 $ 25
2 to 5 $ 15
6 to 19 $ 12
20 and up $10
Extra Copies Per Master
1 $ 12.50
2 to 5 $ 7.50
6 to 19 $ 6.50
20 and up $ 5.50
IMC Optical