Replace your old VHS tapes before it's too late. Don't risk losing all of the cherished moments that you've got recorded on VHS. VHS players are quickly becoming obsolete, so ensure that you (and your future generations) will always be able to enjoy those favorite recorded moments.
You gain so many new possibilities when you scan your photo prints. Not only will you be saving yourself a digital copy for "just in case," but you will also be able to improve the image, share it through e-mail, post it online, or make new and bigger prints! Each photo will be scanned to a high resolution end product. Photo restoration or touch-ups to photos are available upon request.
- Old VHS TapesGet rid of those bulky VHS tapes and protect your precious memories.
- New DVD's and Cases: Light-weight and durable, the new DVD's will take up a much smaller space.
- Photo Prints Save yourself a digital copy for "just in case".
- Photo's on CDSlim and lightweight, you can put hundreds of photographs on each CD.
VHS to DVD
You pretty much have to face it ... those old VHS tapes that hold your precious family memories aren't going to last forever.
Even if your old VCR doesn't break down, or eventually jam and destroy the tape; a VHS recording uses very fragile magnetic tape that will degrade over time -- whether or not you watch it. Most VCR tapes won't last longer than a few years.
For this reason, more and more people are converting those VHS and Beta tapes to DVD format, successfully preserving those very favorite and precious memories. Each VHS movie conversion to DVD format will include a plastic protective case.
For $5 more per tape, a custom menu with background music of choice can be included.
Photo to CD
Let us know what it is you plan to do with these photo's so we can determine what the best scanner resolution and file format would be. Scanner resolution is measured in pixels per inch (ppi) or dpi (dots per inch)–the more pixels or dots, the sharper the image. Where dpi is usually used to describe print quality, ppi refers to the digital image itself.
The difference between dpi and ppi: While there is a difference between dpi and ppi, many people (and even manufacturers) use the terms interchangeably. Scanners usually measure resolution in terms of ppi, while many printers use dpi to refer to print quality.
*minimum of $10.00/order
Custom photo restoration can be included. Please visit our restoration pages and contact us for a quotation.