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· July 11, 2018
· May 17, 2018
· February 10, 2018
What You'll Get
While appearing innocent, the mischievous childhood act of pulling foot after foot of tape from family videos is actually a highly secretive, strategic operation to ensure that embarrassing bathtub and spelling-bee footage will never be shown at weddings or birthday parties. Help preserve your most beloved and incriminating memories with today’s Groupon: for $19, you get $40 worth of services to transfer film, cassettes, photos and slides to DVD, CD or digital formats from The Video Editor. Just simply package your dusty tapes and photos along with your Groupon and send them via mail.
Let the talented team of media maestros at The Video Editor convert your video, audio and still frame media to longer lasting, crisper, digital formats. Like media-seeking hummingbirds, trained technicians will extract the sweet video nectar from your tapes and transfer them to DVD ($19.98 each). DVDs, which can have up to a 100-year lifespan, can also be created from 16mm, 8mm and Super 8 film ($9.98 per 50 feet plus $9.98 for a two-hour DVD, or $19.96 per 50 feet of 16 mm film). Additionally, videotapes and film can be transferred to a hard drive ($9.98 per tape or 50 feet of film, plus $99 for a 250-gig hard drive). For audio cassette transfers, in-house wizards trained in 80’s lore will listen to your cassette on a Walkman and regurgitate tasty tracks on a compact disc ($19.98 each). The Video Editor will also help you preserve and share photos and 35mm slides by having them placed on a CD or data DVD, ensuring that your much-cherished baby’s first tax return photo will never be lost ($1.25 each).
Videos are typically turned around in less than two weeks, however, the technicians at The Video Editor are willing to work within your timetable and have been known to make use of wormholes and stealthily harnessed lightening to turn around videos in as fast as a single day. Led by 39-year media veteran Steve Kosch, The Video Editor has been standing behind its work since 1993.
While there are few online reviews available for The Video Editor, customer testimonials are provided on its website.
- In a service provider I look for quality, service with a smile and on-time delivery. You have always delivered all three without exception, a rarity in any industry. – Bill S.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 7, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person. Limit 1 per transaction. Must use in 1 visit, no cash or credit back. Shipping not included for mail-in option. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.