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Digital Transfer Services

Thanks for checking out digital transfer services with us. We’d love to send you a free, no-obligation estimate. Get started by clicking here for your free digital conversion estimate.


Or if you're ready for digital conversion and will be mailing your retro media:

  1. Decide on your shipping provider
  2. PACK™ your retro media securely and make sure to include your KK's estimate in the box. (See packing tips here.)
  3. SHIP™ to our studio:
    KK's Video Studio 
    6405 Indiana Avenue
    Lubbock, TX 79413


Once you receive your estimate, all digital transfer estimates are good for 30 days.

While shipping costs to our studio are the responsibility of the customer,  there are NO shipping and handling fees for the return shipment to you.

What happens once you mail your retro media for digital conversion?
After we receive your media, we confirm the estimate with you by sending a final quote by email. Upon your acceptance of the quote and payment of the invoice, we complete the digital transfer service. All original classic media is returned to you along with the requested digital format, DVD or flash drive. 

View the complete policies for returns & shipping, privacy, and more on our Privacy Policy page.

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Tips & Other Helpful Information

There are a lot of great shipping options. For your convenience, we’ve included links to the websites of three major shipping companies below.

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-  USPS  -

We like their:

Priority Mail® service which includes flat-rate shipping for packages up to 70lbs; free package pickup option, tracking and more.

-  FedEx  -

We like their:
FedEx One Rate, which offers shipping packages of up to 50 lbs. for a fixed price, to anywhere in the United States

-  UPS  -

We like their:
UPS® Simple Rate which offers five shipping rates and four shipping speeds

Tips on Packing a Box for Shipping

We've also included this short YouTube video from USPS on how to securely pack items for shipping. 

If you're not seeing the 'How to Pack a Box' video from USPS, view on YouTube here.

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