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San Diego Reel to Reel Audio Transfer Made Easy

San Diego reel to reel audio to CD services Brief History Reel to Reel audio is a form of magnetic tape audio recording in which the tape is actually held on a reel, rather than being enclosed within a cassette. The reel which holds the tape, also called the supply or feed reel, is attached...
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How to Capture Video using Canopus ADVC110

There are many things to think about concerning video transfer in San Diego. Most of us have home video tapes of various people or events that have transpired throughout our lives. Home movies are a great tool to use for social events such as a get-together, holidays, or a nice weekend family night. Nowadays, however,...
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Digitizing Your Scrapbook Pages

Scrapbooking is a hobby that, in recent years, has been growing in popularity. The basic idea is to preserve memories in a more fun and creative way. The pages often contain multiple forms of media such as print, photos, newspaper clippings, to help the viewer get a better understanding of the mood and feelings associated...
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Converting LP records to CD

A gramophone record, also known as a phonograph record, vinyl record, or simply record, is an analog sound storage medium consisting of a flat disc with an inscribed spiral groove. The groove starts at the edge of the disc, gradually moving toward the center. This was the primary recording medium for much of the 20th...
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How to Format a Fat32 Thumbdrive or portable to NTFS

A common problem we get while doing video transfers in San Diego is that people are having trouble putting large files (4gb+)  on their portable drives. Thumb drives and small USB-powered hard drives are an extremely convenient way to quickly store, transfer or manage small amounts of data. Fat32 is a very compatible format with...
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How to Determine the Best Way to Digitize Your Slides

Gather and Organize I’m sure somewhere in your possession, like most people, is a box or two of old slides, photos, or negatives collecting dust in an old cabinet or drawer. For this entry, I will focus on slide scanning in San Diego. Generally, people take pictures to capture a particular special moment or setting...
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A Brief History of VHS Tapes

We all had them at one point, but what are these things, and where did they come from? Video Home System (VHS) tape and the VHS recorder were developed by a team at the Victor Company of Japan (JVC) in 1976. Videotape is a linear system of storing information. VHS originally stood for Vertical Helical...
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