When VHS tapes were first introduced to the public, it completely changed the way people captured memories. The hard plastic made it difficult to damage the item, allowing the memories…
Cassette sales have nearly quadrupled in the United States since 2011 and selling over 100,000 tapes this year alone, which makes us ask, are cassette tapes coming back?
With today’s technology we are able to take old photos or videos and digitize them so they can me shared and passed down for years to come. Stay tuned as we dive into what it means to digitize and how digital video transfers work!
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.
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digitized allows you to easily watch and enjoy the moments you hold so close to your heart, without worrying about outdated technology or ruined tape.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.
Through our process of VHS to DVD transfer, we at Keepsake Solutions are happy to help you turn your precious memories into a crisp, beautiful DVD slideshow that is sure to have Mom reminiscing.
Cassettes rapidly replaced reel-to-reel recorders for daily use but the slower recording speeds and more narrow tracks on cassettes compromised quality which is why CDs can be a higher quality, longer lasting format.
Benefits of a VHS to DVD Conversion Service VHS video tapes seemed like a great invention long ago and were wildly popular for some years. Blockbuster movies were viewable right…
The Costs to Transfer VHS to DVD It used to be impossible to conceive of the day a VCR and VHS tapes would become obsolete. A VCR can break down…