Memory digitizers transfer up to four hours of footage from VHS, VHS-C, Video 8, Hi8, Digital 8, and MiniDV formats to DVDs.
King Tapes & Printing, Inc.
Since 1977, King Tapes & Printing, Inc. has preserved audio and visual keepsakes with the help of the latest innovations in media technology. The home-video archivists transfer footage from VHS, Video8, and mini DV cassettes onto DVDs, preventing memories from falling victim to rotting tape or hungry VCRs. Transformative techs can also ferry audio tracks from cassettes, reel-to-reel tapes, and vinyl records to digital libraries via CD transfers. Photographs and slides are converted into illustrative zeros and ones on CDs or DVDs, with the option of adding audio for sentimental best-man speeches or emotional fight scenes with Little League referees.