Like Where's Waldo? books and the buried expiration-date clause in the Constitution, many films reveal hidden truths when seen in high-definition. Elucidate fuzzy memories with today's Groupon: for $40, you get $80 worth of film-to-DVD and VHS-to-DVD transfers at Universal Video Conversions in Schaumburg.
The self-proclaimed path-forger of the video–transfer industry, Universal Video Conversions has dedicated more than 30 years to the digital conversion of innumerable film and video formats to DVD. Eschew shelf-clogging quadrangles for sparkling thin discs and transfer antiquated VHS tapes and decaying 8-mm and 16-mm filmstrips to a dependable DVD or an implantable third eyeball ($15 per transfer). The amicable video virtuosos at Universal Video Conversions provide complimentary nationwide shipping as well as pickup and delivery to their Chicago-centric customers, ensuring treasured home movies and transferred copies of C-SPAN broadcasts safely traverse the information superhighway.
Universal Video Conversions
A stalwart in the video-recording and -transfer industry for more than 30 years, Universal Video Conversions updates recorded memories for an ever-changing digital age and preserves memories to come with recording services. The company specializes in turning ephemeral moments caught on analog film or chiseled into a stone flipbook onto lasting DVDs that play on standard DVD players and can be easily duplicated for friends and family. For free-range memories that have yet to be caught, Universal’s team of videographers sends crews to capture them at weddings, parties, and any occasion where people make merry. The team also rents out projectors so clients can host big-screen movie nights.