Originally known as the compact cassette, cassette tapes are a recording format that was introduced in the early 60’s. Due to the new idea of having the ability to record conversations, cassette tapes came at a pricey cost for the user-friendly feature. So, what’s their history?
You finally made the decision to go digital with your old photos, so now what?! Be sure to take advantage of these 5 ways to share your digital prints!
For quite some time, VHS tapes made a statement in the film industry. Jump into 1997 and the first DVD option was available, changing the way movie-watchers enjoyed stories.
So, what happens when your tapes are exposed to the harsh sun rays? Stay tuned for why you should avoid heat damage to your tapes, which could potentially destroy years worth of memories and happy times.
Making the decision to have your memories digitized allows you to easily watch and enjoy the moments you hold so close to your heart, without worrying about outdated technology or ruined tape. The possibility of what to do with your new digitized files are endless!
A leaking roof or flooded basement holds the potential to ruin years worth of memories, and these things happen! Learning how to deal with water damage to your VHS tapes can help save your memories and salvage your tapes.
Most families no longer have the equipment needed to play back the memories stored on 8mm or 16mm film reels, but those precious moments don’t have to be lost to aging emulsion! Discover why now is the time to digitize your memories!
Unlike the cumbersome and high-priced recorders of that time, the cassette tape offered people the chance to record without having to be an expert. Since the cassette was so small, no larger than a credit card, it was easy to store and carry.
Digitizing your negatives is a wonderful way of not only preserving those captured moments, but keep them in a safe and convenient way. But, how exactly should one begin when they make the decision to digitize their photo negatives?
The VHS completely changed the way people recorded their moments, and allowed for a much longer shelf-life of those stored moments. Here, we’ll talk about the rise of the VHS, it’s plateau at the top, and the inevitable fall of this trailblazing gizmo.