Like an evil witch inspecting victims through a crystal orb, a family watching old videos will invariably lead to hysterical cackling, cries of “you fool!,” and aggravated pet monkeys. Save priceless family moments from melting with today’s Groupon: for $12, you get two hours worth of video-to-DVD transfer (a $29.99 value) at Life's Sweet.
Life's Sweet offers video-to-DVD transfer services to preserve valuable home videos or other treasured movies in a digital format with a century-long lifespan. With this deal, any two hours of a VHS, S-VHS, VHS-C, Hi-8, 8mm, or MiniDV tape can be swiftly transformed into a polished, archival-quality DVD. Your video will be handled and cherished by Life's Sweet’s experienced, professional technicians. Using high-quality equipment, they'll convert your videotape in-house. Once completed, your new DVD will feature slick title screens and chapter menus at no extra charge, so you can skip ahead to the part where Uncle Ernie accuses the Christmas tree of stealing his pecan pie. Additional copies can be purchased for $9.99 a pop. Encapsulate your family videos so that future generations can relive your vacations, graduations, and holidays with a visit to Life's Sweet.
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To remember her son’s childhood, Soraya Cartwright stockpiled pictures, artwork, and mementos. She looked for the best way to safeguard her memories for generations, and as a result founded her own professional photo-book business based in Colorado—Life’s Sweet. Today, she and her photo-book professionals scan mementos to save them in digital format, compiling them into photo books, saving customers from the time-consuming process of customizing content online. The unique photo books can incorporate more than just photos though–large artwork, baby shoes, trophies, engagement rings, and other mementos are also prepped and added to the books, with a professional appearance that almost jumps out from the page.
Life's Sweet also converts videotape and film formats to archival quality DVDs, and can also store audio footage on CDs. Since 2005, Life's Sweet has grown to serve customers nationally, preserving cherished memories through digitization.