Dozens of would-be blockbuster films starring guinea-pig heroines and old retainer monsters miss their shot at an Oscar each year simply because they were shot on Dad’s 1985 camcorder. Wow the Academy with a digitized version of your masterpiece theater with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get a video-to-DVD transfer of four videotapes or a film-to-DVD transfer of up to 200 feet of film at Got Memories in Tempe (a $40 value). Accepted video formats include VHS, VHS-C, Video8, Hi8, Digital8, and MiniDV. Accepted film formats include 8mm silent, Super 8 silent, and 16mm silent.
Got Memories transfers a variety of outdated video and film formats to DVD to preserve clients' precious motion-picture memories. Highly trained audio-video gurus complete all conversion work on-site, using professional equipment to emblazon DVDs with high-quality images, allowing nostalgic souls to remember vacations, celebrations, and reunions without resorting to drawing detailed dioramas. Each DVD features a customizable inkjet-printable surface and contains chapter points inserted every five minutes for easily navigable viewing. For those wanting to fine-tune their home movies once the material is transferred to DVD, the knowledgeable staff can offer advice on editing, uploading, and inserting elaborate battle montages.
Groupon customers also receive 10% off any additional services purchased at the time of redemption. Got Memories will happily answer questions about any step in the conversion process and offers a strict 100% satisfaction guarantee.
With each passing year, countless hours of precious home movies deteriorate. And, since Aisenma the Memory Grinder was defeated in 1916, this loss can only be attributed to formats that weren't designed to last: 8mm, Super 8, 16mm, and VHS. Enter Got Memories, which can convert all of the aforementioned formats, and others, to DVD. Digitizing these films and tapes not only prevents their content from fading over time, but also makes it easier to import content to a computer for editing or uploading to social media. Besides digitization, Got Memories also rents film and LCD projectors and even provides professional-quality in-house video editing.