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Archive for July, 2011

How long does it take to transfer a VHS tape to DVD?

Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

 A very common question we get is, how long does it take to transfer a VHS tape to DVD?  Since transfers are done in real-time it depends on how long the footage is on the VHS tape.  30 minutes of footage would take 30 minutes,  2 hours would take 2 hours,  and so on.  Unlike Audio Cassette Duplication, there is no high-speed conversion.

At CC Video Duplication the typical turnaround for a VHS transfer is 3 to 5 business days.  We also offer a 10% discount on volume transfers of 10 VHS tapes or more.  To see our prices on VHS Transfers please click the Video to DVD link.

Has the Disaster in Japan affected CD & DVD supplies?

Friday, July 1st, 2011

 The short answer is yes the earthquake and tsunami in Japan in March 2011 has had an affect on CD & DVD supplies.  A major supplier, Taiyo Yuden, has shutdown their factory in Fukushima.  Fukushima was hard hit by the disaster.  Other popular brands such as TDK, Memorex, Verbatim, Ritek, and Imation all have stated we can expect shortages of BD, CD & DVD discs.
We at CC Video Duplication will continue to have the lowest price possible on Blu-ray, DVD & CD Duplication.  Click on the DVD duplication link and CD duplication link for more details.