How to Fix Water Damage on VHS Tapes

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 to have a longer shelf-life. VHS tapes gave families the option to record longer...

Are Cassette Tapes Coming Back?

Are Cassette Tapes Coming Back?Although streaming music is a popular way of enjoying music in today’s generation, vinyl and cassette tapes have re-emerged in the music industry, leaving an impression on number sales. Cassette sales have nearly quadrupled in the United...

How Digital Video Transfer Works

Transferring old tapes or videos digitally is becoming a popular phenomena as technology continues to rise. Many may be unaware of the ability to preserve the old box of memories in their basement usually consisting of old film, videos, photos, or audio. In this box...

How DVD Came to Be

For quite some time, VHS tapes made a statement in the film industry. From the late 70’s to the mid 90’s VHS is what everyone came to know, along with the process of rewinding the film after enjoying the movie. Jump into 1997 and the first DVD option was available,...

How to Deal With Water Damage to Your VHS Tapes

Storing old VHS tapes is something we don’t often think about, as most are just tucked away into the back corner of a basement or attic. Although those places are popular for hiding unused items, those two storage spots are also prone to water damage and mold, which...