VHS-C to DVD Service
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Convert up to 2 Tapes, or 2 Films, or 2 sets of 25 Pictures to Digital
Convert up to 10 Tapes, or 10 Films, or 10 sets of 25 Pictures to Digital
Convert up to 20 Tapes, or 20 Films, or 20 sets of 25 Pictures to Digital
Convert up to 40 Tapes, or 40 Films, or 40 sets of 25 Pictures to Digital
Transfer VHS-C to Digital
When the first camcorders started making their way into homes across America, they were big and clunky, and captured video onto the unwieldy video format of VHS. They were essentially VCRs with zoom lenses and battery packs. Recording your daughter’s basketball championship game was more of a an upper body workout than playing the game itself. While VHS tapes and VCRs remained the primary format for viewing the final product, the race was on to create smaller tape formats and smaller more affordable and easy to use video cameras. The new formats generally came with adapters that worked with VCRs so that they could be viewed in the family living room, or transferred to VHS.
Enter the VHS-C videocassette tape. At one inch thick, four inches wide, and two inches tall, VHS-C tapes (about the size of a rubber duckie) seemed like a sleek compact car compared to the stodgy family station wagon that was VHS. What you gained in mobility on the recording end, you lost in needing an adaptor to play on a VCR or copy to VHS. Save yourself the time and don’t even try and go looking for a VHS-C to VHS adaptor nowadays. Nothing is going to play those old VHS-C tapes. Well, hold on, I can think of one thing—the VHS-C to Digital transfer machines in our Legacybox studios.
Never mind that the equipment to play these tapes is harder to find than mammoth tusks. Your bigger concern should be that the tape inside the VHS-C tapes is breaking down. It has already been going on for a while. Magnetic tape begins deteriorating 15 years after it was made. The colors are fading, the edges of the pictures are deteriorating. It is only a matter of time before they are unsalvageable. Time is like a house fire, but it happens slowly enough that you might not notice. Pretty soon, it will be as if the joy of winning that championship game never happened at all.
Our VHS-C to thumb drive, digital delivery through Legacybox Cloud™ or DVD conversion service promises that the footage you captured from all those family outings and school performances will be replicated exactly as is onto the long-lasting, easily viewable and shareable format of compact DVDs and digital files. By digitizing your memories, we can put a stop to the deterioration and degradation once and for all.
Our VHS-C to Digital transfer service prides itself on handling your favorite memories easily and efficiently, and we communicate with you throughout the entire process. VHS-C tapes are safely digitized by our in-house technicians every day. We start by sending you a crushproof Legacybox with pre-paid Fedex roundtrip shipping and tracking. After everything in this format and any other is transferred to thumb drive, digital delivery through Legacybox Cloud™ or DVD, we return your original tapes. Are you ready? Your family is going to do cartwheels. There will be smiles and a few tears. You will have given them the last 30 years of their life back.