VHS to DVD Transfer

VHS-to-DVD Newton Video Transfer Lab

Local, Trusted.  Serving Greater Boston since 1986

Don’t Ship Your Precious Video Tapes.  Our lab is right here in Newton Center.

All work done on-site.  Your VHS, VCR, 8mm, Hi8 tapes stay right here until you pick them up.

3 Reasons Greater Boston families choose us to convert their VHS tapes to DVD:

100% Local – Newton MA

Your precious video tapes stay right where you drop them off, until you return for them. All work is done right here in our Newton video transfer lab.  Take Mass Pike Exit 17 to the Newton Exit, or Route 128 Exit 19A, or Route 9 to the Newton Center Exit.

VHS-to-DVD Transfer experts since 1986

Play it Again Video has been transferring video to DVD or digital formats since 1986. We are experienced at handling decades-old video media.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

We are so confident we are one of the best at turning your VHS/VCR tapes, Hi8, 8mm, miniDV tapes to DVD or hard drive that if you are not satisfied, we will redo the work or refund your money, up to $200.

Why choose a LOCAL Video Transfer Lab
Peace of mind. When you drop off your precious VHS or VCR tapes, they stay right here until you pick them up. No shipping accidents or mix-ups to worry about.

Quick turnaround. Our standard vhs-to-dvd conversion turnaround is 3 to 5 days for 10 tapes or fewer. Ask for same-day service if you need them sooner.

Face-to-face customer service. Our warm, friendly customer service associates are here to assist you face to face.

VHS to DVD Pricing

Standard VHS/VHS-C, 8mm, miniDV Tapes

Under 1 hour: $21.95. Up to 2 hours, $26.95. Additional DVD copies are as low as $5 a copy. Volume discount for 10 or more VHS tapes or other video tapes.  (Print discount coupon below for Special Offers).

Transfer to Portable Hard Drive

Standard VHS/VHS-C, 8mm, miniDV Tapes

We can transfer to computer files for PCs or Macs. Hard drive transfer is $25/hour plus the cost of the hard drive (if you don’t already have one).

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Click here for directions from Greater Boston, MA to our lab in Newton, MA

“I went to Play it Again Video in July and the staff was fantastic to say the least. My order was supposed to take 3 weeks to complete, but was done early. We were able to enjoy the DVDs with much of the family at a reecnt vacation. Highly recommend.” Ron, Dedham.

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VHS to DVd transfer lab serving Greater Boston, MA and also the following towns:
Arlington | Framingham | Newton | Belmont | Jamaica Plain | Boston | Waltham | Lexington | Brookline | Watertown | Burlington
Medfield | Wellesley | | Cambridge | | Natick | | Dedham | | Needham | Weston | Westwood

 Greater Boston Film to DVD Transfer

Greater Boston Photo to Digital Services

Greater Boston 35mm Slides to Digital Services

Greater Boston Audio Cassette / LP to CD Services

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Comments

  1. If I have about 8-10 VHS videos to transfer to DVD, how much would that be??? about?

    • If it is under 1 hour, it’s $18, if over 1 hour but under 2 hours, it’s $22.50. That includes a 10% quantity discount. –Myrtha

  2. Erin Hoffer says:

    Dear Sir or Madam:

    I have a batch of Hi8 and miniDV tapes that I would like to convert. However, some of them aren’t labelled and I don’t know which are blank and which have good material worth preserving. Unfortunately, my old videocamera doesn’t seem to be able to replay the old tapes so that I can review them. Is there a service that would let me take a look before submitting them to you for conversion – where I can rent your viewing equipment in-house to do the screening, for example?

    thanks,
    - Erin

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  4. Great post at VHS to DVD Transfer. I was checking continuously this blog and I am impressed! Extremely useful info particularly the last part :) I care for such info a lot. I was looking for this certain information for a long time. Thank you and good luck.

  5. I have several 3/4″ VHS tapes. Do you have machines available to play these back?

  6. Thanks, Jinx. It’s actually quite scary when you start going thurgoh lists of films and realise exactly how many you’ve seen over the years. I once did a different equation based on watching three movies a day and I must have gone wrong somewhere because the total gave me 200,000 films that I’ve watched and I don’t even think there are that many in existence. :D Maths is not my strong point. :( I think I’ve probably watched about 10,000 films realistically. I always have the movie channels on so it soon builds up.

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