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 Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $19 for three videotape-to-DVD transfers (a $57 value)
- $49 for 400 photos scanned to DVD (a $100 value)<p> IF Digital’s technicians protect memories from deterioration by seamlessly transferring photos and videotape to DVD. For video, they accept VHS, VHS-C, 8mm video, Hi8, Digital8, and MiniDV tapes (up to two hours per movie). There is an additional charge for Beta, PAL, and U-matic formats. For photos, they scan 3”x5”, 4”x6”, and 5”x7” photos. There is an additional charge for photos that are wallet-size, 8”x10” and larger, or require special handling.
The tech-savvy staff of family-owned media shop ScanDiego transfers precious memories and valuable info stored on analog media to more durable, digitized formats that can easily be stored, saved, and shared. Customers can choose any one of the company’s conversion options, including 8mm and 16mm film transfers and a videotape-to-DVD service that preserves the quality and lifespan of precious home videos.
Not limited to moving pictures, techs round up loose family photos, slides, and negatives and herd them into JPEG format for easy storage on a disc, eliminating the need to strap a projector, portrait studio, or photography professor to your back each time you visit a friend’s house. The talented staffers also use pictures to whip up 10-minute DVD slideshows that make ideal communal eye fare for birthdays, anniversaries, and dinner parties.