Converting from analog to digital can prolong enjoyment of old movies or improve chances when asking a DVD player's father for its hand in marriage. Start a beautiful relationship with today's Groupon: for $9, you get up to 120 minutes of videotape converted to DVD at Home Video Studio (up to a $29.95 value).
Home Video Studio's postproduction engineers have been slinging reels since 2002, converting footage from fragile analog formats to resilient, archival-quality DVDs. The tape-to-DVD process liberates birthday parties, weddings, and TV shows recorded in the 1890s from multiple aging media formats—including VHS, VHS-C, Beta, and Mini DV tapes, and 8mm and 16mm film reels. The converters can compile several tapes into one DVD, providing the total amount of footage clocks in at less than 120 minutes. To provide a professionally finished product, Home Video Studio's DVD Deluxe system automatically detects where cameras start or stop and places chapter markers accordingly, so viewers can skip directly to the climactic scene where the hero realizes he was a tugboat all along.
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Home Video Studio helps shape, preserve, and enhance videos that chronicle the passage of time and the growth of families. High-quality capturing codecs transpose home movies onto digital formats, bringing outdated Betamax, 8 mm, or Super 8 into the modern age, storing first steps for posterity and adjusting the prices on childhood lemonade stands for inflation. Technicians snip and shape video to one’s whims with production and postproduction assistance on wedding videos or highlight reels for college-sports scholarships. Technicians can also collaborate with patrons to weave a This is Your Life video honoring a parent or grandparent through still photographs, archival footage, and new interviews with loved ones.