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What You'll Get
Without videotape-to-DVD conversion, future generations wouldn't be able to enjoy classic home videos of parents getting hit in the head with a Wiffle-ball bat or in the stomach with an unabridged dictionary. Remember all of your family's greatest hits with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of any home movie-, slide-, photograph-, old movie film-, or videotape-to-DVD conversion at Creative Photo Video, Inc.
Owned by Rick and Wreatha Joiner since 1984, Creative Photo Video has more than 25 years' experience converting and preserving old home movies and videotapes. All production is done in-house by an experienced, professional team and several worker lemurs. Fans of newer technologies can archive photos on DVDs (75 cents per image plus DVD cost), forever preserving Dad's former life as a pinkie model. Home movies shot on Super 8mm or Super-Duper 8mm film may also find a new, disc-shaped home (10–12 cents per foot plus DVD cost). After being transferred to DVD, videos may have a higher-quality picture, as well as a decreased risk of damage when attempting to play them in a DVD player. Transfers can only be made from noncopyrighted tapes that contain two hours or less of footage and are not on fire.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 6, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for non-copy written tapes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Creative Photo Video Inc.
Guided by more than 25 years of experience in technological wizardry, Creative Photo Video Inc.'s trained preservationists transform analog movies and photographs into a modern digital format. Beloved tunes held captive on outdated tapes find a new home on CDs, and Home Movie Film, Video Tapes, Slides and Photos are transferred to shiny new DVDs or External Hard Drive, a durable and long-lasting medium that can be played back on any number of dedicated players, computers, game consoles, or Internet–enabled gramophones. The skilled technicians also helm wedding-video productions complete with photo montages and recaps, which have thrilled countless couples and have found their way onto the Oprah Winfrey Show.