Home movies can serve as evidence of hard-to-remember events, helpful for those trying to convince their parents that their first words were not "disco forever" and their first steps did not include break dancing. Keep track of family ties with today’s Groupon: for $19, you get $50 worth of digital transfers, including home movies, tapes, and photos to DVD or CD, at Interactive Video.
Operated by tech-savvy sages who've worked for CNN, Turner Entertainment, and other postproduction projects, Interactive Video preserves precious footage for eons to come by converting video filmed in obsolete formats to comply with modern devices. Simply haul in or ship out your outdated material, and Interactive Video's will transfer any preexisting data to a fresher form before memories are lost to time. With the shop's digitizing services, customers can revitalize home movies captured on 8 mm or 16 mm film to DVD ($0.16/ft.), order copies ($7.95/DVD for one to five) to relive family vacations to Burt Reynolds–inspired theme parks, or save record collections with a record-to-CD transfer ($14.95/transfer). Interactive Video can also help VHS and camcorder footage find a new home on a longer-lasting DVD, where it can be watched over and over again.
The tech-savvy staff of Interactive Video is in the business of rescuing memories. It can transfer the contents of customers’ VHS tapes, vinyl records, and 8 mm or 16 mm footage onto DVDs or CDs to make storage and preservation easier. In addition to transferring a few tapes’ worth of home movies, the store is staffed and equipped enough for large jobs and meticulous enough to be trusted with original sasquatch footage.