Video8 to DVD conversion - no Video8 Player required

Lost your Video8 player and your memories are stuck on Video8 tape?

Our all-digital film transfer service will bring your Video8 tapes back to life and provide you with countless hours of viewing pleasure.

Transfer Video8 to DVD

Video8 to DVD | Convert Video8 to DVD

Stuck with a bunch of Video8 tapes and no Video8 Player?

Video8 to DVD Transfer

If you shot video through the 1990s and into the millenium, there is a good chance you have tapes in the Video8 video format.  The Video8 video format was introduced in the late 1980s by Sony and provided a noticeable quality upgrade over their earlier Regular 8 / Video8 format.  Unfortunately, as new digital technologies became available in the 2000s, many of our customers upgraded their Video8 Camcorders to MiniDV Camcorder, MicroMV Camcorders, and even Hard Drive Camcorders.  Video8 camcorders and Video8 players have become scarce, leaving many people with memories stuck on videotapes they can no longer watch.

Unfortunately, Video8 videotapes degrade over time just like all other formats of analog videotapes, leaving your memories in danger of being lost.  But we are here to help.  With MemoryHub, there is no need to buy and expensive Video8 Player to convert your Video8 to DVD.  Just place an order and send your Video8 tapes to MemoryHub and let us convert them for you!

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Convert all consumer video tape formats for the same low price!

vhs tape betamax tape hi8 tape vhsc tape minidv tape micromv tape
vhs betamax hi8 vhsc MiniDV MicroMV

*Only the first 2 hours of each tape will be transfered to DVD

Betamax to DVD
Hi8 to DVD
Digital8 to DVD
Video8 to DVD
8mm to DVD
MiniDV to DVD
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"After I had wiped the dust off, I sent my 34 photo albums in to have the pictures scanned and made into a slideshow. Pictures that I haven’t looked at in decades have come alive. Now every time one of my kids, or their kids, comes over I pop in the DVD and tell the stories. Incredible!"
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Details about our Video8 to DVD Conversion Services

What type of Video8 video formats do you convert to DVD?

There are three primary formats of 8mm video that will comprise your collection of videotapes. You probably have a mix of the following videotape formats if you were shooting over an extended period of time.

What are Video8 Tapes?

Video8 tapes are one of three 8mm video formats - Video8 (also called 8mm or Regular8), Video8 and Digital 8. Video8 is short for Hi-band Video 8, and is a video format made popular by Sony in the late 80's to compete with the S-VHS format.

While Video8 Videotape cassettes are the same size as regular Video8 cassettes, Video8 Videotapes use higher grade videotape and recording heads to record more detailed pictures. Video8 tapes are rated at a luminance resolution of 420 horizontal lines, whereas Regular8 or 8mm tapes are at 240 lines.

How many hours of video do Video8 tapes have

Video8 videotapes will usually contain two hours of video if you used the whole tape. Depending on the type of Video8 video cassette you originally purchased, however, it may only contain one hour of video footage.

I don't have a Video8 Player. Is there a Video8 adapter for my VCR?

Unfortunately, there is no Video8 tape adapter that would allow you to watch your Video8 video through your VCR, and Sony has discontinued manufacturing most Video8 players and cameras. If you don't have your original Video8 Camera or a Video8 Video Player, your best bet is to send us your Video8 videotapes, and we will convert them to high quality DVDs that you can play on your Set-top DVD player or your computer.

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