Yes. However, keep in mind that although you can bring your tapes to Walgreens, Costco, Rtiz Camera, Rite Aid, and CVS none of those stores actually do the conversion to DVD onsite. They send your videos off to a 3rd party to be converted for you. This can be convenient, but with the StashSpace video transfer service you can go straight to the source for the best price, quality, and care of your tapes. Before you convert your tapes find out what to look for in a video transfer service.
At StashSpace we can convert mini DV for $6.95/tape. You can get DVDs right away for $9.95 each or go online and use our video editor to watch and personalize your videos into custom DVDs. The entire conversion process takes place here at our headquarters in Winthrop WA.
We take great pride in what we do and have outstanding customer service. Feel free to contact us, we pick up the phone right away, respond to e-mails quickly, and offer live internet chat. We would be happy to answer any of your questions and help you get started converting miniDV to DVD.