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What You'll Get
Memories are easy to create but difficult to re-create, mainly because the Grand Canyon is so difficult to transport. Preserve precious mental keepsakes with this Groupon.
$39 for Six Videotape-to-DVD Transfers Plus Complimentary Arcsoft Editing Software ($119.70 Value)
This deal is valid for six VHS, VHS-C, Video 8, Hi8, Digital 8, Beta, and MiniDV videotapes with up to two hours worth of home movies on each. Complimentary Arcsoft ShowBiz DVD software allows patrons to edit and manipulate their home movies with professional precision. This deal can be redeemed online or at Denevi's physical location.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 2 per visit. Valid in-store and online. Extra fee for shipping. Must redeem promotional value in one transaction. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Valid for 2 hours per tape. Home movies only. Not valid toward copyrighted material. Valid for VHS, VHS-C, Video 8, Hi8, Digital 8, Beta, and MiniDV. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Denevi Digital Imaging
Frank Denevi is a technical expert when it comes to photography and video transfers, but that's not the only reason he's well known in the Bay Area. In the 1960s, he was one of the first business owners in the city to appear in his own television commercials, complete with a memorable jingle: "Dublin, Berkeley, San Lorenzo, Cupertino and San Jose…"
Today, major corporations such as Kodak and Walgreens trust Frank Denevi and his son, Michael, with their media transfer needs, but the Denevis and their staff also lend their expertise to individuals. They convert home videos, photos, and slides from videotape to digital formats that can easily be read by a DVD player or plugged directly into technologically advanced brains. DVDs are archival quality and come with protective poly cases; the playable discs include easy to use chapter mark navigation.