Like an old pair of sweatpants, VHS tapes can become too worn and sweaty to work properly. Turn your ratty tapes into crystal-clear DVD memories with today’s Groupon: for $45, you get $100 worth of VHS-to-direct-DVD transfers at Transfer Me to DVD.
Transfer Me to DVD converts aging VHS cassettes and other out-of-date media into laser-readable discs playable in any DVD system. Customers bring cherished tapes to the store’s retail location, where reel wizards employ top industry machinery to preserve captured video, cherished images, and the family's favorite memories or neighbor's wedding videos onto modern media discs. Videotapes unload two hours' worth of memories onto their new futuristic format ($19.95) and may multiply into additional copies to share with family and friends ($9.95/copy), with an average service turnaround of 7–10 days. Upon dotting all the digital i's, staffers emblazon each newly forged DVD with a personalized label and enclose the disc in a custom case, ensuring Grandpa's one-man production of Fame is suitably preserved and easily interpreted by the anthropologists of the future. Transfer Me to DVD also extends its archival expertise to Mini DV, 8mm, Betamax, VHS-C, Digital 8, and other video formats, as well as 8mm and 16mm film and audio.
Transfer Me to DVD
Any media that is stored in an analog format is vulnerable to the ravages of time, which holds no mercy for VHS ribbons and wheels of slides. The technicians at Transfer Me to DVD specialize in storing and restoring such items, etching important memories upon stable disks and unassailable computer drives. Video tapes, film reels, and audio cassettes can all be digitized, with the knowledgeable staff performing edits to remove blank footage and legally disowned family members. The team produces eye-catching slide shows from collections of family pictures and can even restore time-worn photographs to their former clarity.