Video footage preserves family moments that might otherwise be forgotten, like the day Grandpa wiped everyone’s memory with a spy drug. Bring precious records to the digital age with today’s Groupon to Glory Years. Choose from the following options:
- For $20, you get three VHS, Super 8, or Hi8 tapes transferred to DVD (a $59.97 value).
- For $25, you get 100 slides transferred to DVD (a $49.98 value).
- For $40, you get two 16 mm or 8 mm standard reels transferred to DVD (a $79.98 value).<p>
Specializing in sports media, the technicians at Glory Years usher on- and off-the-field analog pictures and videos into modern digital formats. The staff lures video from VHS, Super 8, and Hi8 tapes onto disks with modern technology and a carrot tied to a stick, preserving footage of game-winning passes and out-of-the-park home runs for future generations. Alternatively, technicians can transfer 100 slides of team photos into a computer-friendly format, eliminating the need for cumbersome projectors and clickers that regularly wedge themselves beneath couch cushions and between the third and second dimensions. Adept hands can wind film from 16 mm and 8 mm reels onto the thin round format, freeing up clients’ closet and attic space for winter horse-and-buggy storage.
Glory Years's memory preservationists transfer media from outdated formats onto DVDs. Specializing in sports media, the film gurus ably preserve action shots of any variety, from recordings of last weekend's swim meet to games featuring Mike Ditka, Joe Namath, and other stars before they were famous. An online database of high-school sports, organized by school and coach, help graduates relive favorite games years later and prove once and for all that the mascot and the quarterback were the same person. The shop also transfers heirloom slides to DVD to abolish the need for projectors and converts 8 mm or 16 mm home-movie reels for easy viewing. Glory Years's team can even repair VHS tapes with broken reels before transferring them to DVD.