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Need some quick copies of your (royalty free) CD, DVD or Blu-ray?
Van Eck Video Services can duplicate these for you.
We use professional duplication equipment. This makes short delivery times possible for you and allows us to offer competitive prices.
For large duplication jobs, we will always make a sample first. After approval, the duplication will take place.
All prices include 21% VAT and are subject to change.
The prices include:
- Transferring to data carrier (USB/hard disk)
- Make available via internet (personal link)
|1 to 4 items||€ 5,65||€ 6,65||€ 9,65|
|5 to 24 items||€ 3,58||€ 4,60||€ 7,60|
|25 to 199 items||€ 3,10||€ 3,30||€ 6,30|
|200 to 499 items||€ 1,90||€ 2,20||€ 5,20|
|More than 500 items||€ 1,75||€ 1,95||€ 4,95|
|Setup costs (per medium provided)||Price|
|When creating additional copies of material digitized by us||Free|
|Self-supplied CD/DVD/Blu-ray/iso file||€ 7.50|
|Option||Price per item|
|Full color printing of CD/DVD||€ 0,65|
|CD box basic DVD||€ 0,35|
|Luxe DVD/Blu-ray box||€ 0,45|
|DVD cover printed in full-color||€ 1,50|
Frequently Asked Questions – CD / DVD / Blu-ray Duplication
Could I request a sample scan?
Yes, that is possible. You can request your free sample scan here.
Can I still edit the digitized film (or have it edited) afterwards?
Yes, you can edit the film yourself. More info: Editing video files – with free software.
We can also do the editing for you. In consultation we can change the order of films, cut out pieces, add music, etcetera.
When copying large files I get an error message
The problem when a large video file cannot be copied is usually that the file system of the hard disk or USB stick is still in FAT32 format. Files larger than 4GB cannot be stored on a FAT32 volume. Formatting the flash drive in the exFAT or NTFS file system will solve this problem.
You can find more information about this:
Can I still buy double8 / super8 / 16mm films?
Yes, you can! Kodak has even reintroduced new Kodak Reversal color film in 2018. In the Netherlands you can go to super8.nl.
Can I still have super8 films developed?
Yes, that can still be done. There are still a number of specialized laboratories that do this. We work together with super8.nl. With newly shot films this is still very affordable!
With perennial films this is also possible, it is a bit more expensive (€ 100,= per film of 15 meters). Also, the quality will generally be less good. These videos can often only be developed in black and white. Due to the lengthy lying of the undeveloped film, the images often become very vague.
Does it pay to put my own movies on DVD?
It is possible to digitize your 8mm films yourself. However, the quality achieved is considerably less than if it is done professionally. For more information on how to transfer your own films, see our page about digitizing your own films.
What to do with soured films?
Somebody told me that if I take soured films through a projector and play a non-soured film through the projector afterwards, the non-soured film will also sour. Is that true? Is a soured film contagious? Is there anything you can do about it, like clean the film?
That is definitely a risk. When a film is soured (acetata decay, vinegar syndrome) the substance “acetic acid” is released (smells like vinegar). This substance can affect other films. Cleaning films with vinegar syndrome does not help.
The decay of the film can be slowed down by storing the film in a cold place (preferably in the freezer). Special bags can also be placed in the film cans to slow down the acidification process: Kodak Molecular Sieve.
It is best to copy or digitize this film directly.
For more information, see the film preservation guide.
What kind of cine film do I have?
Can I rent a projector or movie viewer so I can watch which films I want to digitize?
Yes, you can. We rent and sell film viewers and film projectors.
How many minutes of film are on my reels?
This depends on a number of factors, including the number of frames per second (18 or 24), whether it is normal8 or super8, and so on.
Below is the table for the most commonly used format (18 frames per second and super8):
|7 centimeter||3,5 minutes|
|13 centimeter||14 minutes|
|18 centimeter||28 minutes|
|21 centimeter||40 minutes|
|25 centimeter||53 minutes|
Click here for the complete table with the duration of films (Dutch).
What type of 8mm film do I have?
There are two types of 8mm films:
1) super8 / single8
super8 films are usually put on coils with an inner diameter of 12 mm
2) regular8 (also called: normal8, standard8)
regular8 films are usually put on coils with an inner diameter of 8 mm
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