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What is a Basic Menu?


A Basic Menu DVD is a straight run of your video tapes onto DVD. A new title will start with each video tape, and I will try to name these appropriately. Chapter points approximately every 5 minutes, these will not be labelled, but you can use your DVD player remote control to easily jump forwards and backwards in 5 minute steps so navigation of the disk is easy.  There are no icons or fancy menus, and probably no editing of unwanted material but I may be able to make small edits for you. A digital timebase corrector is used to help clean up wobbly recordings. Up to 150 minutes per DVD. You will be very happy with the quality of these recordings, it is only the DVD menus which are basic. Cost for most formats is 13 for the first DVD and just 3.50 per extra copy.

However we no longer recommend DVDs unless there is some special reason you need them.  Video files on a hard disk or USB stick (depending on running times) are higher quality, easier to edit, share and back up, so a far better archive format.

If you are not sure about anything, just ask, I'm here to help.

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