Home Videos

Home videos transferred to DVDs can help preserve your precious memories. Throughout the decades, there have been a number of ways to capture the moments that matter to you. With 8mm films, VHS tapes, and even Betacam, there was something for everyone. These moments are unique and create nostalgia for you, your family, and your friends. But tapes and film can degrade over time, leaving you with less to view. Even if you keep your tapes and film safe and out of the sun, they will still start to deteriorate. There is a way to save them though and that’s by transferring them to DVD. 

Transfer Home Videos to DVD

When you transfer your tape and film formats to DVD, you’re not just making a copy of the content. You’re protecting the memories contained in them by using a digital format that will last a lifetime. With 8mm film and tapes, they can last for a long time, but that’s when it’s in the best of condition. On top of that, you may not have the right equipment to view the reels or tapes. If you don’t, then that requires you to make a big purchase. Transferring to digital will allow you to preserve the content for longer, make copies easily and they aren’t subject to degrading over time.

Home Videos

We use the best technology we can to make the transfers as accurate as possible and to provide top-level coloring. If you want to share your videos with the world, we do encoding to make them ready for online.

Your Handheld Reels

At Advanced Media Integration, we will ensure that your property is safe and will not be damaged during the transferring process. Your old films and tapes deserve a new lease on life with high-quality results. With your memories preserved, you’ll be able to share them with friends and family, reliving invaluable moments with them.

If you’re ready to transfer your home videos to a long-lasting format, contact us today and we’ll be happy to make it happen.

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