$15 per VHS to DVD
This is a straight copy from your VHS to a DVD (no editing)
One tape per DVD burn up to 2 hours with a 1 to 2 day turnaround.
How do I do this?
I use a Sanyo DVD Recorder/VHS VCR Combination Unit.
(These are no longer being manufactured and everyday become more expensive)
Recording and digitizing will happen in real time, meaning the
entire video actually has to play while recording.
Of course, I am not going to sit through and watch your two-hour video.
I set it up and occasionally step into the room to make sure it's all still working.
Please -- no "weird" stuff.
Most VHS tapes are 120 minutes (2 hours)
There are no guarantees. Since there are so many factors as to the quality of your record
(i.e. the condition of your VHS tape) I cannot guarantee anything.
I cannot even guarantee that your VHS tape won't be eaten by my
VCR because I have no idea what condition your tape is in once it starts playing.
However, I have taken 20 of our own VHS tapes that are 20 to 30 years old
and saved them to DVD without a problem. (still... no guarantees)
Here's a good article on VHS to DVD - What You Need To Know
Shoot me an e-mail and we can make arrangements email@example.com.