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If you’re unhappy with your digitization results, we’ll reprocess your VHS-C tapes for free.
Because VHS cassettes can wear out and deteriorate over time .
With digital copies of your VHS memories, you can keep them safe from fire, flood, and accidents.
By turning VHS-C tape to DVD, digital format, or USB flash drive. With digital downloads, you will be able to play your old home movies on any HDMI devices that are found in most homes, so your family can easily view your VHS-C memories.
because even compact VHS-C cassettes take up more space than digital copies that you can organize with naming, information, and archive tools.
With digitization, you can add your VHS cassettes and other pre-digital memories to your preserved legacy.
USB and DVD take up much less space than VHS tapes. You can also store your files on your computer, on a hard drive, or in the cloud (iCloud, Google Photos, Dropbox).
With digital copies that can be transferred anytime from any computer, so nobody has to fight over physical versions.
With friends, family, and neighbors anywhere in the world instantly.
By transferring your VHS tapes to platforms like Google Photos, you can take advantage of advanced search, archive, and reminder features.
Using video editing software tools you can improve the quality of your videos and even create new memories by combining old footage with new.
VHS tapes degrade over time, approximately 10 to 20% over 10 to 25 years. There are lots of reasons for this. Temperature changes, sunlight, moisture, and other variables can impact the durability of the cassette box itself. When the plastic weakens, it may break and expose more of the magnetic tape.
With the tape, the magnetic particles can lose charge over time to remanence decay, which can cause your home movies to suffer from discoloration as well as blacked out portions of video. In fact, over time you could lose your entire videos because of this loss of magnetic charge that occurs naturally.
While storing your tapes in a cool, dry place away from magnetic sources can reduce the likelihood of losing quality for your VHS-C tapes, it is almost impossible to prevent deterioration completely, which is why it’s crucial to preserve your memories by digitizing the VHS cassettes.
Your VHS videos can lose quality over time, but you can convert them into digital video formatto preserve them forever while keeping the original cassette tapes. This allows unlimited playback, high-quality family memories, and the ability to share your VHS-C tapeswith anyone, anywhere with ease, so you can preserve your legacy forever.
Turn analog video tape memories into digital video in less than 30 days in just three easy steps:
We always strive to offer an affordable conversion service, which is why our prices start at only $14.50 for the first two hours of any VHS tape, including VHS-C tapes that typically have a playtime of 30 or 60 minutes. Then, we can convert each additional 2 hours of VHS home movies into digital copies, DVDs, or USBs for an additional charge of only $10.15.
This price includes the rapid hand transfer service that returns your original copies and high-quality digital formats in less than 30 days as well as our repair services and friendly customer support. If the actual length of your VHS-C tapes is longer than what you originally paid for, we will send an email to confirm what to convert.