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Video Tape Transfer

Best Way to Ship Videotapes & Vinyl Records

When shipping important media like video tapes and vinyl records, it is vital that you pack them safely and securely. The last thing you want is to break or otherwise damage your recordings! The first step is to acquire a sturdy box. Heavy duty cardboard is prefered, as often times packages are thrown around during...
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Transfer Videos From Your iPad to Your Computer

If there’s one thing that’s certain, it’s that mobile technology is increasing at an incredibly fast rate, now to the point where we can shoot HD video from our smartphones such as the popular iPhone or Andriod devices. However, only watching the videos from your phone is limiting at best, so many people wonder how...
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Difference Between an Edit-Ready AVI file and a Web-Ready MPEG File

When transferring videotapes as a digital files to a hard drive, you have flexibility in choosing the video format that best suits your needs. Depending on what you need the video for, choosing the right video format to use can make your life a bit easier, and save you some time. First, since not all...
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Benefits of Transferring Your Media Locally!

DVD Your Memories is one of the few companies primarily built for our local customers who wish to transfer their old memories and convert them to a more modern format, such as local VHS to DVD in Orange County, slide scanning to DVD Los Angeles, and transfer audio cassettes to CD. VHS tapes in particular...
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Local VHS to DVD Transfers – Benefits of Going Local

DVD Your Memories is one of the few companies primarily built for our local customers who wish to transfer their old memories and convert them to a more modern format, such as local VHS to DVD in Orange County, slide scanning to DVD Los Angeles, and transfer audio cassettes to CD. VHS tapes in particular...
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How Did the the VHS Tape End Up Beating Sony’s Betamax?

How Did the the VHS Tape End Up Beating Sony’s Betamax? When home recording devices were first manufactured, people around the world found them facinating. People could now record their own television shows instead of having to watch them as they air. However, the film and video entertainment industry soon caught wind of this, and...
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Planning to Edit Video From a Playable or Data DVD?

There’s a couple things you should know if planning to do video editing from files that have been burned to a DVD, either as a playable movie or digital files loaded onto a DVD. Often times, in order to fit large amounts of video onto a single DVD, the files must be compressed down to...
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