Like an old pair of sweatpants, VHS tapes can become too worn and sweaty to work properly. Turn your ratty tapes into crystal-clear memories with today's Groupon: for $40, you get $100 worth of video-to-DVD transfer services at AMR Productions in Novato.
The video virtuosos at AMR Productions help dying media find immortality through DVD preservation. VHS and VHS-C tapes fall under AMR's transferring expertise, allowing families to pass on a copy of Mom and Dad's wedding, baby's first birthday, or the Driscoll Grammar School's fall rendition of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? to future generations. Other formats, such as Mini DV, Hi8, and Digital8 can also be transferred, producing easy-to-store DVDs up to two hours in length ($25 each). Unlike film-based formats that typically last up to 20 years, DVDs boast a potential lifespan of 100 years with superior image quality, and each completed compact disc is snuggly sheltered in a jewel case with a label designating its nutritional content.
AMR Productions ushers old-fashioned media formats into the 21st century and beyond. Video conversion transforms memories of weddings and vacations from VHS, 8mm, or 16mm formats into high-resolution DVDs that can last 100 years, or the length of 10 afterschool specials. The studio also converts audio tapes and vinyl records into CDs, and duplicates preexisting CDs and DVDs.