Our new Torrance office is NOW OPEN. You’ll find us at 357 Van Ness Way Suite 90, Torrance, CA 90501. We can’t wait to greet you in our new store!

Our new Torrance office is NOW OPEN. You’ll find us at 357 Van Ness Way Suite 90, Torrance, CA 90501. We can’t wait to greet you in our new store!

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DVD Duplication and Custom Video Creation – Our Other Great Services

At DVD Your Memories, we believe the customer should have the final say as to how their product looks. Every order processed in our San Diego or Orange County offices are fine-tuned to the customers exact wants and needs. We understand that not every customer is the same, and everyone has a different end-goal when...
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DVD Your Memories on Facebook!

In our ongoing efforts to stay connected within our community, we have just set up our Facebook fan page for everyone of our fantastic customers to visit and connect with other families who have taken the steps needed to preserve their memories. Be sure to “Like” us to keep up to date with all of...
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New Blog

We’ve been very busy the last couple months handling all of your family media transfers, whether it be a VHS transfer to DVD in San Diego, San Diego Film to DVD project, or even scanning slides to digitally restore a lifetime of memories. We would like to thank all of our loyal customers and remind...
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VHS to DVD Transfers – Common Problems With VHS Transfers

Transferring from a VHS tape may seem easy at first glance, but many problems with VHS can arise from something as simple as a VHS to DVD Orange County transfer. Before you begin to transfer any tape, quickly inspect the tape for obvious signs of mold, dirt, cracks, splits, or anything at all that may...
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DVD Your Memories on San Diego Living 2/19/2010

DVD Your Memories was featured on Channel 6’s San Diego Living earlier this morning! Watch Chuck and Brandi explain the advancements and advantages of converting your family’s media into digital formats. Don’t forget to stop in or give us a call for all you media transferring questions!
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U-Matic Video Transfer Services in San Diego

U-Matic video tape was one of the first video tape formats to be housed within a cassette, as opposed to the open reel video which was the standard at the time. Conceived by Sony in Japan, U-Matic video tapes were released in the early 1970’s. The video tape was 3/4″ in width, which is a...
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Film Transfer to DVD – Ways to Preserve 8mm Film

Years ago, the process of capturing important memories on film often meant a time-consuming and expensive process. In addition to using heavy, awkward equipment, you had to then get the film developed at a facility, and then, most of the time, you had to splice everything together onto a larger reel for continuity. On top...
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