Audio Video Workshop – REVIEWS
I just want to let you know the movies were a big hit at the memorial/life celebration event last weekend. You guys did such a fantastic job and even went the extra mile to stay late when my flash drive bombed.
We showed the newly-transferred movies along side some movies that were transferred a few years ago by projection method, and I didn’t realize how dusty, dirty and bouncy they were until we played them next to yours!
My family will be sending more business your way soon.
Thank you for taking such good care of our cherished memories!!
Used their service once and highly recommend them. They were very knowledgeable and helpful. Explained all my options in a way that was really easy to understand, and I liked how they have a DVD display set up in the front room so you can visualize how your product will turn out. My DVD was done well within the promised turnaround, and when I came to pick it up, they went through each chapter with me to make sure they had edited it correctly. The DVD turned out great.
This is a greaaaaaaaaaaat place. My dad bought a 400 dollar insignia camcorder. He went to Cuba and when he came back he wanted the conversion done. WE WENT TO FIVE PLACES INCLUDING WOOLFCAM NO ONE COULD DO IT. AV WORKSHOP DID IT.JOE WAS A LIFE SAVER. HE DID WHAT NO OTHER PLACE COULD. TALK ABOUT CUSTOMER SERVICE. HE WENT THE EXTRA MILE AND WASN’T BOTHERED ABOUT IT. TWO THUMBS AND FIVE STARS FOR THIS PLACE. THANKS YOU GUYS. DEFINITELY RECOMMENDED TO OTHERS
Thank you Scott and All at Audio Video Workshop for your help in taking all of my grandparents home movies and converting them over to 2 DVD’s for me and my family. I am grateful we are all able to view these with regularity and remember good times from the 1960’s and 1970’s. I never knew they took all of these home movies as all this film was in storage for so long after they passed on.
Thank you for giving us this wonderful gift from our grandparents again.
Took some very old 8mm and 16mm to Scott that were found at me Grandparents, 1940’s, 9 rolls. This was a gem, since my grandparents and parents had passed away. Scott and staff treated it like the jewel it was. No telling what was on the film. These are the most favored and beloved memories I now share with my brother and cousin.
My advice….get those old rolls of film converted to DVD and Hard Drive, maybe you can watch them with your family while there with you. Do it conveniently, at the Audio Video Workshop! Do it now!!