What can be put onto a DVD:
- Digital files created from film transfer
- Video tapes: Betamax, VHS, SVHS, VHS-C; 8mm, Hi-8 and Digital-8; MiniDV
- Down-loads from USB Flash drives and memory cards
- Slides and still pictures
- Most non-graphic data: e.g., documents, letters, etc.
How much material can be put onto a DVD?
- A DVD can hold two hours of video source material, or about 4.5gb of text data.
- $10.00 per half hour of source material.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Can I get a photograph or artwork printed on my DVD? Yes, at no extra cost. Tell us what you want and we'll make it happen.
- Can I get copies of my DVD? Yes, we can copy DVDs. The cost is $10.00 per copy.
- Can you convert my foreign DVD to the U.S. format? Yes. Cost is $10.00 per half hour of source material. Details can be
Please contact VideOccasions™ at 425-641-4811 or by email if you have any questions.
For more detailed information please look at our notes on DVDs.
Last modified 4/28/2020
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