Goober McTuber wrote:
supaunknown wrote:$35.55 for a cassette to CD transfer. Thanks.
Are you able to remove any random hissing and popping found on the VHS tape? How much if I wanted 5 copies of the resultant DVD? How large is the foron discount?
Are we talkin' audio cassette to Audio CD? Or videotape to DVD?CD -> $35.55 for a transfer of up to 80 minutes of audio
For Audio CDs, I capture audio using Sony Vegas, normalize the file, and then maybe slightly enhance the EQ or add a little compression if needed. It depends on the source material and the customer.DVD -> $35.55 for a transfer of up to 120 minutes of video to a simple menu'd disc
The simple menu'd DVDs are pretty basic video transfers. We run the video through a TBC and the audio through a mixer and adjust levels accordingly before starting the transfer.
We can do more if need be, though it requires capturing the video to a computer. Of course this adds to the cost ($90/hr).
I tend to shy away from anti-hiss/pop audio plug-ins. They can be OK, but if not used carefully they can take away too much high end and make everything boomy. A lot depends on the source material.
1-19 dubs (including color thermal disc face printing and your choice of case)
Schmo price: $7.05 per unit
Foron price: $5.75 per unit