Convert Videotapes

We can convert any home video tape and camcorder tape format to DVD or digital.

Convert Videotapes

We can convert any home video tape and camcorder tape format to DVD or digital.

How it works

It's simple and easy



Arrange collection or post
your media to us



We digitise it to the formats
of your choice



We return your digital media,
along with your originals

Service Features

See what you get when you use us

Blank tapes are included for free

Free blanks

You’ll be pleased to know, we never charge for blank video tapes.

Bulk discounts are applied to orders of 5 or more video tapes

Bulk discounts

Based on the quantity of your order, we offer discounts up to 25% off. (Starting from 5 or more video tapes)

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Free Return

We'll return your digital copies along with your originals with Royal Mail Tracked.

We use professional VCR decks to transfer your tapes

Pro Equipment

We only use the best equipment to convert your media.

Free repairs included in the video transfer service

Free Repairs

Our technicians can repair most problems that occur with old media.

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Real time updates

We update you when your order arrives and when your order is dispatched.

We support all consumer and studio formats including transfers of:


Released in 1975, the VHS tape was the first analogue tape for home use. The Era of the VHS has long since ended, and it’s becoming more and more important to transfer your old home videos to dvd or digital.


The VHS-C is the compact version of the VHS and was the first camcorder tape format to be released. You could play these in a VCR using a video tape adaptor.


The Video8 camcorder tape was very popular in the mid 1980’s, and was used mostly for home videos. Click to order.


MiniDV’s are one of the most recent camcorder tape formats capable of recording in a higher resolution than older analogue tape formats. Click to order.


The Hi8 camcorder tape succeeded the Video8 and was very popular in the consumer camcorder tape market. Click to order.


Released in 1999, the Digital8 camcorder tape used existing 8mm technology with the introduction of a digital signal. Click to order.


The Betamax tape was a less popular competitor of the VHS tape, but there are still many lying around in people’s attics and cupboards waiting to be transferred to digital.


The MicroMV was a short lived camcorder tape format that wasn’t very popular, with the DVD taking over as the most popular video storage media.

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Convert Video Tapes and Camcorder Tapes to DVD or Digital

Do you have old video tapes that you want to preserve digitally? Our tape conversion service provides industry-leading transfers of camcorder tapes and video tapes to DVD or digital.

Whether you’re looking to preserve your home movies or are seeking a broadcast grade transfer, we’ve got you covered.

Which Digital Format Is Right For You?

Transferring video tapes to DVD

Tapes to DVD

We convert each tape onto a single DVD, which ensures maximum transfer quality. The titles from the tapes or provided list are printed on the surface. Works in any DVD player or disc drive.

Transferring Video tape to MP4

Tapes to USB

We convert your tapes to digital and supply them on a single memory stick, which you can use on Windows, Mac and most modern televisions.

Transferring video tapes to cloud

Tapes to Cloud

We convert your tapes to digital and upload them to the cloud. An access link is sent to you by email which allows you to stream and download your videos.

How We Work

We understand that your tapes are irreplaceable, so we have designed our service around ensuring the safe transfer and return of your media. We have two methods of getting your tapes to us, we can arrange courier collection or you can post them to us yourself. Once your tapes have been converted we keep backups for 30 days after the order has been completed and return your originals along with your digital media via a tracked postage service.

Your videos are played back and digitally captured with the best equipment. Our technicians carefully monitor each transfer for optimal video quality and convert it to the digital media of your choice. In this form, your videos are easy to view, store and share.


How do I convert video to DVD?

Use a video digitisation service. The easiest way to convert your old home videos to DVD is to entrust them with a digitisation service. We can quickly, and effectively transfer your videos to DVD.

How do I get old video tapes to my computer?

You need video playback machines, a USB converter, and often accompanying software. If you’d rather avoid this process, an alternative solution would be using Digital Converters. We specialise in transferring old videos to digital and can take care of the hard work for you.

How do I transfer camcorder tapes to DVD?

Save a lot of time and have them professionally digitised. Digital Converters work with every camcorder tape format, and can ensure your memories are preserved on DVD for years to come.

How much does it cost to convert tapes to DVD?

Our pricing starts at £14.99 per tape, and can be as low as £8.39 per tape depending on the total number of tapes you’re looking to transfer.

How much does it cost to convert VHS tapes to DVD?

Our pricing starts at £14.99 per tape, and with bulk discounts for larger orders the price to transfer VHS to DVD can be as low as £8.39 per tape.

What is the best way to preserve VHS tapes?

The best way to preserve VHS tapes is to have them professionally transferred to digital. We can transfer VHS to DVD, USB or Cloud, and help future-proof your home movies for years to come.

Which stores convert VHS to DVD?

Digital Converters are an online based business and specialise in transferring VHS to DVD. As well as this, you can transfer your home movies to USB or Cloud. These modern formats make your videos accessible, and future-proofed for future generations.

How long do VHS tapes last?

VHS tapes last anywhere from 10 to 30 years depending on how well they have been stored. It’s generally a good idea to digitise your VHS tapes as they do deteriorate over time. We can digitise your home movies and ensure that no more quality is lost, and your memories are safely future-proofed.

How do you convert VHS to digital?

Look into using a professional digitisation service

We can get around the costly and laborious task of digitising your VHS tapes at home. Whether you have VHS or camcorder tapes, we can help digitise and your home movies for years to come.

Can a broken VCR tape be fixed?

Most VCR tapes can be fixed depending on the severity of the damage. Any splits can usually be spliced back together easily, without a great deal of video loss. An easy way to avoid the hassle of repairing a broken tape and ensure it is done correctly is to send it to a specialist digitisation company.