Traditionally there is a maximum of 2 hours of video on one tape. It is our standard practice to record your whole video regardless of how much actual movie there is on the tape. For example we will convert your whole video even if you only have 1.5 hours of video on a 2 hour tape. This means that in this case there will be 30 minutes of static at the end of the MP4 file. Our experience is that having this static at the end of the movie is OK, as everybody just stops it and moves on the next movie. If you would like our technicians to trim the tail end of your videos this is also an extra charge. Please reference the price chart above if you have any questions about pricing, or give us a call
The quality of the video does not change in the digitizing process, your new video will have the same video quality as if you viewed it on a VHS player. Your videos will be given an automated number unless you've written something on the cassette.