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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 today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of video transfers at Valley Home Movies.
The celluloid pros at Valley Home Movies modernize memories by transferring outdated film, video tapes, and photos onto DVDs and other digital formats. Using a custom direct-to-digital method on Sony equipment, Valley’s trustworthy staff will expertly transfer the content from BETA, VHS, or VHS-C tapes ($10/hour of footage), 8mm film ($10 for 50' of film), Hi-8 ($10/hour of footage), and toast etched with celestial images onto a crystalline DVD, which includes two hours of footage, a custom menu and titles. Valley Home Video also offers 8mm and 16mm film conversions, which include any necessary film cleaning, film repair, and monitored frame-by-frame adjustments. Prices for 8mm and 16mm film conversions vary based on size.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 26, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required. US customers only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Valley Home Movies
Having filmed their own skate, surf, and snowboard movies for years, Matt D’Amico and Jeff Barrett acquired a taste for digital videography. When Matt and Jeff launched Valley Home Movies, they combined their passion for video editing with their knowledge of antiquated and modern video formats. Using high-capacity computers, they transfer every frame from aging formats such as 8mm and VHS onto reliable DVDs and convert old photos and slides to digital files, ensuring prom pictures may be ridiculed by future generations.
The pair also puts their editing skills to good use, laying down beats for accompanying DVD soundtracks and crafting individualized DVD menus. Videography services and sound engineering round out the company’s offerings, though the staff also shoots still photography, repairs computers, and develops websites.