Dance America
We Convert VHS Cassette Tapes to DVDs

DAV Charges for Converting VHS Tapes to DVD
DAV charges $14.95 for converting a single VHS tape cassette to a standard DVD
with minimal/no editing/labeling.

Converting the contents of one VHS tape cassette to one standard DVD
with editing & labeling: $25

Putting more than one VHS tape cassette on one standard DVD:
$14.95 for the first cassette;
$12.50 for each additional VHS tape
until all of the space on a single DVD has been used.  
Note:  This charge is for straight coping/conversion and includes only minimal or no
editing/labeling of the converted VHS content.  

The cost for editing, indexing, labeling converted VHS content from multiple VHS cassettes on a
single standard DVD will vary depending on the size and type of VHS content.  An average cost
might be $20-$30 per cassette depending on the length and complexity of the content.
All labeling/editing/indexing/menu text is to be provided by the customer.
The reality is that VHS tapes and VCRs are yesterday's technology...and have been for
some time.  If you have VHS tapes that you want to keep as a lifetime memory, consider converting
those once in a lifetime tape memories on to long lasting DVDs.
If you wait too long, there will be fewer VHS to DVD conversion options and you may lose the
opportunity to save your precious memories.

Even if your VCR does not try to eat your VHS tape, the tape itself will slowly degrade over
time-whether you play it or not. VHS tapes can start falling apart in as little as 3 years, whereas
DVDs may last over 200 years under ideal conditions.

Bottom line...You should seriously consider converting  those VHS memory moments that are
irreplaceable and that you may want to pass down to your children, grandchildren, other family
members, and DVDs....