Video Tape to Digital
Please note that we are unable to transfer tapes that have been water damaged, have mold or mildew, or dirt in or around the opening of the tape. This will cause severe damage to the heads of our machines.
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Perfect in every way! From the above and beyond customer service, to the fabulous quality of workmanship! Everything was exactly as I ordered.
I've received my DVDs and they turned out better than I expected.
Thank you so much for working so diligently on my difficult tapes.
You guys did a great job. Everything is in good shape and just how I asked the job to be done.
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Thank you for the wonderful job you did on my DVD project. It is so great to see my grown kids when they were babies. Thank you for taking such great care of my videos.
Professional Video Tape Transfers
Converting your Video Tapes to digital is easy with Larsen Digital. With our order form you can select whether you want your video files saved to DVD or BluRay, enabling your to watch your video tapes on your TV.
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Video Tape to DVD:
$16.99 $13.99 Per Tape
Add Mp4 Digital Video Files:
$5.00 $3.00 Per Tape
You receive the MP4 digital video file & a DVD for just $16.99!
If you want to view your video tape in on your TV, then we can transfer your video tape to a DVD. You can watch your DVD on your TV and any computer capable of playing DVD's.
Videos converted to disc will be saved to a DVD, and each tape will be stored on it's own DVD. Video Tapes will also be returned in a dual DVD case.
When you choose to receive your video tapes as an MP4 video file, you have the freedom. We all lead busy lives, and now you have the capability to take your video tape files with you wherever you go! Whether it's on your smartphone, tablet, or laptop, watch your digitized video tapes on your favorite device.
You can have your video files saved to a data disc, thumb drive, or hard drive.
Video Tape Formats
We specialize in transferring all types of video tapes to digital. We can convert VHS, VHC-C, Hi8 Tapes, 8mm Video, Digital 8 Tapes, MiniDV Tapes and Mini DVD discs.
Standard VHS Tapes flooded the market in the 1970's. As the most common type of video tape, VHS tapes are 187mm wide, 103mm deep, and 25mm thick, and range from 2 hour to 8 hour mode. The higher the VHS duration mode, the lower the quality becomes.
VHS-C Video Tapes are a smaller version of VHS tapes. Offering the same quality as the regular CHS tapes, they do require an adapter to be played in a VHS Tape player. Unlike to full size VHS tapes, which have two spools, the VHS-C Tapes only contain one spool that it's magnetic tape wraps around.
Hi8 & Digital8
Hi8 Tape, Digital 8 Tapes, and 8mm Video Tape all look very similar. Digital 8 video tapes look exactly like the Hi8 tapes, however, Digital 8 tapes are digital, and Hi8 tapes are analog. More info on
MiniDV Video Tapes are the smallest of the Video Tape Family. Some MiniDV tapes have the capability of being shot in HD, but MiniDV's are mostly known to be Standard Definition. While we currently only transfer in SD, we still offer to transfer your HD MiniDV Video Tapes, however, the Mp4 file will only be in SD.
Mini DVD's are not classified as a “Video Tape”, but they do require a specialized software to extract the video files. Like the other Video tapes shown on this page, we will transfer the video files off of the Mini DVD and save them to a full size DVD, or if you choose, we can also convert it into an MP4 digital file. Because Mini DVD's need to be finalized in order to transfer the files off of the Mini DVD, you will need the camcorder that recorded the Mini DVD.