No one is going to argue that the future isn’t digital. Precious memories like photographs and home movies last forever in digital format and take up literally no space. It takes some getting used to when it comes to preserving, organizing, and sharing digital files, though. While it’s easier once you get used to
When it comes to home movies, there’s something truly classic about how it was done in the good old days. 8mm and 16mm home video cameras. Whether it’s the Super 8 cameras you used to capture family moments before the advent of VHS or its one of those old Bolex cameras that your own
Transfer Video Tape to Digital to Future Proof Your Memories If there’s one thing that’s true, it’s that time waits for no one. We grow up, get married, start a family, raise our children, and then go on to watch, joyfully, those children start families of their own. Through it all we have our
Taking your old VHS tapes and converting them into crisp, shiny, fully-digital DVDs can be an extremely demanding task, particularly if you have stocked decades of footage and dozens of analog tapes. In most instances, you will be looking at days, weeks, or even months of importing footage, converting, and digitizing them. Even worse, as
Transforming your old VHS tapes into digital DVDs is no easy task, especially when handling a ton of footage. If you opt to go DIY (do it yourself), you will be in for a bumpy ride and you could spend hours importing, recording film files, and converting them. But yes, it’s possible to do it.
Remember that day you asked your entire family to gather around your newly born child’s birthday cake for a photo? Yes, life is a journey, full of many beautiful events, and sometimes it’s great to sit back and reminisce about the good old days. What could be a better way to do so than