Posted on: 25 May 2015
Do you still have stacks of VHS tapes lying around? Are you unsure of how to go about preserving your precious memories? Here are some reasons why you should consider using video tape conversion services for your tapes:
Preserve memories while they still exist: Sub-optimal storage conditions can cause a VHS tape to degrade over time. In addition, as you're probably aware, VHS players are notorious for "eating" tapes instead of playing them. Every time you put the tape of your child's graduation into your VCR, there's a chance that'll be the last time you'll get to watch it. Video tape conversion services can transfer your home movies to a much more reliable DVD format. Instead of worrying how many plays are left on the tape, you'll be able to play the DVD whenever you want.
Restore damaged movies: If you're like many people, you probably have several tapes that have been partially eaten by your VCR. Because they have things like your child's first steps or your wedding vows, you've kept them around for sentimental reasons. When searching for video tape conversion services, you can look for one that will be able to repair your damaged tape. While they may not be able to completely repair all damaged tapes, they should be able to return many of your special moments to you.
Save time: You may be considering purchasing video conversion equipment and attempting the process yourself. While you may be able to complete the conversion, it will undoubtedly take time. Not only do you have to learn how to use the equipment properly, each VHS tape will take hours to finish. Once the transfer to your computer is finished, you'll need to spend time reviewing the file to make sure that the conversion was successful. If something went wrong, you'll have to start over again. Once you have the file, you'll need to burn it to DVD. But by using video tape conversion services, you won't have to spend your weekends trying to make everything work. You simply send your tape away and get it and your DVD back a few weeks later.
Make copies for friends and family: Are you the only one who has a copy of your last family reunion? Does your son want to be able to show his own kids his first day of kindergarten? Not only can video tape conversion services give you a copy of your memories on DVD, you can have them make extras for you to send to friends and family. In addition, emailing clips of your home movies to other people is easy to do if the video is already digitized into DVD format.
For more information about video tape conversion services, contact a company like Prime Time Video Digital Productions.Share