Like Legos, nunchucks, and computers just bought yesterday, VHS is completely obsolete and must be replaced with something that has lasers. Update your old-fashioned technology with today's Groupon: for $39, you get $90 worth of VHS-to-DVD conversion, photo digitalization, and audio transfer from Digital Pickle's online site.
Formerly known as the Analog Cucumber, Digital Pickle specializes in transforming predigital memories into high-def formats that are compatible with modern media. Digital Pickle's VHS-to-DVD video-transfer services save old home videos before their aging ribbons begin to disintegrate or reveal that Ringo Starr is dead when played backward (prices start at $20 to create a DVD of up to two hours). Using state-of-the-art equipment, Digital Pickle's skilled technicians will synchronize frames, stabilize images, and reduce white noise in the original video, returning it to you in its completed form for enhanced reminiscing. In addition to video preservation and conversion, Digital Pickle also provides photo-digitalization (starting at $0.39/photo) and audio-transfer services (starting at $25/tape), which relocate yesteryear's portraits and ballads into modern-day PCs.
Online customers only need to bundle their materials in a package of their choice, then enclose their order-confirmation page inside the package before shipping. In addition to preserving history, Digital Pickle offers peace of mind by guaranteeing that your materials will never leave its studio. Some viewing of the media will be necessary for quality control; however, special equipment and blind robots complete most of the transfer process. View samples of the imaging studio's video-editing capabilities.