VHS-C video tape conversion Perth
VHS-C Video tapes were very popular with many of the camcorder manufacturers. They were basically a cut-down version of a standard VHS tape, and you had to use an adapter to put the VHS-C tape into this adapter, which allowed you to play the video on a standard VHS video cassette recorder.
If you have a small number of these VHS-C tapes, then the cost to transfer each tape to a DVD is just $35 per tape and this includes a branded quality DVD disc as well as a proper DVD case. If you want to transfer 10 or more videos, there is a 10% discount, and if you have more than 20 videos, there is a 20% discount.
If you prefer, we can convert your VHS-C video tapes to a USB stick. The cost for this service is the same as transferring to a DVD, but there is an additional $15 fee to cover the cost of a quality, branded USB stick. You can fit a lot of videos onto a single USB stick, which means that if for sake of argument you transferred 15 videos these would all fit onto a single USB stick.
It is up to you whether you want to convert to USB or DVD, but I would recommend that these days transferring to a USB memory stick is a better bet, as many modern computers are not even equipped with a DVD player anymore. Also, most smart TVs will allow you to insert the USB into a slot on the side or back of the TV and you can then play the videos directly on a smart TV.