Please note that all DVD Your Memories locations will be CLOSED for Thanksgiving 11/24/22 – 11/25/22.

We look forward to seeing you on SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY 11/26/22 in our LA, Irvine, and San Diego locations from 10:00 – 2:00!

Please note that all DVD Your Memories locations will be CLOSED for Thanksgiving 11/24/22 – 11/25/22.

We look forward to seeing you on SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY 11/26/22 in our LA, Irvine, and San Diego locations from 10:00 – 2:00!

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Video Tape Transfer

What Are the Best Blank DVDs to Use?

Many people are starting to realize that the need to transfer their important family memories onto DVD is rapidly approaching. Many people have already transferred their home movies, but unfortunately, they transferred them onto inferior, poor quality discs. As a result of this, some are losing their family memories MUCH sooner than they would have...
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Videotape Restoration Tips and Helpful Advice

The goal of videotape restoration is to create a product that looks or sounds better than the source. This can be accomplished through a variety of ways, and commonly uses a combination of factors to achieve the desired results. Results will often vary, depending on the condition of the video, and what combination of techniques...
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Betacam to DVD Services in San Diego

DVD Your Memories can transfer Betacam and Betacam SP to DVD or hard drive! Betacam tapes were developed by Sony, and first appeared on the market in 1982. Although Sony’s Betamax lost the consumer-format war to JVC’s VHS tape, a similar battle in the professional world was also fought with different results. During the 1980’s,...
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U-matic to DVD Services in Denver!

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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Turn Your Old VHS Tape Into a Secret Hiding Spot

After digitizing their VHS tapes, many people wonder what to do with them after transferring… Throw them away? Recycle them? Donate? Aside from the multitude of arts and crafts you can create from your old media, there’s also a way to still gain some use out of your old video tapes by turning them into...
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Easiest Way to Convert Camcorder Tapes to DVD

One of the easiest and “least-involved” methods to transfer your camcorder tapes to DVD is to hook the camcorder up to a DVR or other recording device with a DVD recorder. This means that all you need to do is play and record your camcorder tape to the DVR, then burn a video DVD when...
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Where to Convert Betamax to DVD

If you were around during the early to mid-80’s, you may remember the battle between Betamax vs. VHS. During a brief window when these tape formats were first released, consumers had the choice of either purchasing a new Betamax machine from Sony, or a VHS player, or VCR, from the JVC company. Due to a...
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