If you were like most 80s and 90s children, then you probably grew up with your dad following the family around with a video camera, capturing every family vacation moment, little league game, recital and birthday party – you name it.
At the time, you’d have given anything to not have your strikeout permanently recorded on video, but as you look back now, you realize just how valuable those memories are to have – even the family vacation one where you’re all awkwardly wearing matching “We’re the Millers” shirts.
But that was 20 years ago, and do you know what happens to VHS tapes once they pass the 15-year mark? They start to deteriorate. After all, VHS tapes, cassette tapes, MiniDV tapes and the like are all recorded on magnetic tape that is susceptible to the ire of father time. Compound that race against the clock with decades worth of normal wear and tear, dust, mold build up, and improper storage, and you’ve got a ticking memory time bomb on your hands.
But don’t worry! If you’ve got a trunk full of old VHS tapes, MiniDVs, 8 mm film and any of the like, there’s a simple solution to your race against the clock dilemma – digitization!
With our digitization service, we can bring your analog media into today’s digital world. It’s easy, convenient and hassle-free. Simply load up one of our crush-proof boxes with any and all your old home film and tapes you want preserved, and we’ll do the rest. Our team of qualified professionals will take your current video and convert it to DVD, thumb drive and/or the cloud. We’ll even provide updates and tracking information along the entire digitization process, so you know exactly what’s happening to your precious memories along the way.
We convert thousands of video tapes and film in our studio every day because we know how special those memories are to you and your family.
So what are you waiting for? Time is of the essence! Send in your videos and film, and we’ll get to digitizing. And while we’re in the process of converting those childhood memories into sharable digital formats, we think you should give dad a call. Just to say thanks. Thanks for embarrassing you with that bulky camcorder when you were younger.
Because embarrassment is fleeting, but when a memory is lost … it’s gone forever.