Technician converts VHS tapes, 8mm film, audio cassettes, slides, and more to digital formats in four–six weeks
What You'll Get
Video footage preserves family moments that might otherwise be forgotten, like the day Grandpa wiped everyone’s memory with a spy drug. Bring precious records to the digital age with this voucher.
$19 for $50 Worth of Digitization Services
In four–six weeks, a technician converts content stored on analog formats into more durable, accessible digital versions. Create viewable, Hollywood-style DVD ($15.95 per tape) or create a photo-to-DVD montage ($0.31 per photo, $0.41 per negative). Transform one VHS tape into an editable, labeled DVD featuring a professional-grade mp4 format and case ($19.99), update an audio cassette or vinyl record to an mp3 or playable CD ($15.95), or fill a DVD with digital files ($0.36/slide). See the FAQ here.
The Fine Print
About Rewind Memories
The technicians at Rewind Memories perform all of their digitization services in-house, ensuring that a qualified expert is always operating the advanced equipment involved in each job. They use high-resolution scanners and digital image-correction and enhancement (ICE) technology to preserve photos and negatives, and they convert the following formats into accessible, long-lasting DVDs: VHS, VHS-C, Mini-DV, Digital8, BetaMAX, Hi8, and 8mm, 16mm, and Super8 film. They also create music-filled slideshows for weddings and other events, and they restore old photographs by removing scratches and dust. Because each job can take several weeks to complete, the company sends email updates.
Rewind Memories provides other valuable services, too. The crew offers hands-on tutorials on how to edit tapes or modify images with photo software, and CEO and president Adam Kunes also directs The Call to Serve, a nonprofit organization that helps college-aged adults discover the power of public service.