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Film to DVD transfers Immure Records

Preserve Your Audio and Video Legacy

Convert your physical media into a safe digital format.

Immure Records Audio and Video Transfer Service and Restoration

No Minimums, Set-Up Fees, or Cloud Storage Subscriptions

Various Transfer and Restoration Services for Audio, Videos and Photos Available

Local and Nationwide Service

State-of-the-Art Equipment and Software.

Who We Are

Immure Records: Your Trusted Guardian of Precious Recordings. We Recognize the Singular Importance of Your Treasured Media. Utilizing State-of-the-Art Equipment and Software, We Guarantee Meticulous Preservation of Every Detail. With Reverence for Each Tape, Film, and Photo, We Uphold the Integrity of Your Original Creations. Trust Us to Safeguard Your Legacy with Utmost Care and Precision.

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Why Choose Immure Records

Specialized Skills

We are experts in the field of audio, video, and photo restoration and have the specialized skills to tackle any project.

Personalized Attention

As a family-run business, we provide personalized attention to ensure the best service possible for our clients.

High Quality Results

We use state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to provide high-quality results for all of our transfer and restoration services.

Quick Turnaround Times

We understand the excitement of preserving memories and offer quick turnaround times to ensure your memories are returned to you as soon as possible.

Our Services


Our Clients

Some Of Our Clients

St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Westwood One Sports
Century College
Sterns County Minnesota
Schwebel Goetz and Sieben
Shalom Center
St. Olaf College
North Point Health and Wellness
Photo Finish Records
Rare  Aircraft
Hennepin County Minnesota
Desering God
International Pacific Halibut Commission
Tommy Bolin
Eagle Brook Church
Tony Sandler Legacy
Dakota AG Innovations LLC
Anoka County Minnesota Historical Society
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  • Is it safe to ship my one-of-a-kind recordings?
    We get this question often, and yes it is safe. In over 14 years of restoring our clients' irreplaceable recordings, we have never had one lost or damaged in transit. Just remember to get a tracking number. We recommend using USPS Priority Mail with tracking.
  • What is the best way to ship my recordings?
    For records, we recommend sandwiching the records between two pieces of sturdy cardboard and taping the edges to keep the album secure. Then place the album in a box of your choice. An LP mailer works the best, but if you do use a box make sure the album is not flopping around in the box and is a nice fit. You can even add extra packaging material to the box for an added measure of protection. We highly recommend you add packaging material for old 78rpm records. For other recordings, negatives, and film we recommend using a box with packaging material. Again please make sure they are not loose in the box and they will be perfectly fine.
  • Which shipping service should I use?
    We only use USPS Priority shipping with tracking here to return your memories, but you can use any company you are comfortable with. Just make sure to get a tracking number!
  • How long does a VHS tape take?
    This too depends on the condition and length of the tape. They are captured in real time then we do our magic. On average a good condition two-hour video tape takes about 4 hours. Again it depends on the original. Each recording is unique and they are handled in that manner.
  • Does Immure Records transfer adult content?
    Yes, we do. As long as it is legal adult content then there is no problem.
  • I have commercial-made movies that I bought and were never released to DVD. Can you put these on DVD for me?
    Yes, we can. Provided you own the original store-bought copy. The law states that if you own the original purchased copy then you can make a backup for yourself. You just have to hold on to the original and cannot sell the backup copy. Your new copy is for personal use only.
  • Does Immure Records buy and sell vinyl records?
    No, I am sorry but we do not. If you are looking for records and rare recordings we highly recommend either Mr. Zero's or Down In The Valley.
  • How long does it take to convert a record or tape?
    This all depends on the condition of the original recording. As 78rpm and cardboard recordings can take in some cases 8 hours plus. Generally, a 33rpm LP in fairly good condition takes about 3 to 4 hours to complete. Cassette tapes are about the same. Again it depends on the original. Each recording is unique and they are handled in that manner.
  • Are you ever afraid of getting an audio recording from say like the Evil Dead or a VHS tape like The Ring?
    Um... nope. We ain't afraid of no ghosts.
  • Is my personal information safe?
    Absolutely! We take privacy very seriously. We never give out e-mail addresses, phone numbers, and home/business addresses and we never keep credit card information on file. This also applies to your recordings.
  • Can I wait and watch you convert/transfer my audio and video?
    No, I am sorry. We find it best to just let us concentrate and focus on your media alone. There are plenty of coffee houses, stores, and restaurants nearby where you can go while you wait.
  • Do you offer rush services?
    Yes, we do. This depends on the original condition and what needs to be done. If you need rush services please call us at 763-862-5992 and let us know what you need and when. In most cases, we can accommodate your needs.
  • Will I get my original recording(s) back?
    Yes, absolutely. We return all of your original recordings along with your new CDs, DVDs, Blu-Rays, or Flash Drive.
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