Choose from Three Options
- $19.99 for a Starter Edition 8 GB video storage device ($59.99 value)
- $29.99 for a Home Edition 16 GB video storage device ($99.99 value)
- $39.99 for an XL Home Edition 32 GB video storage device ($129.99 value)
Video Keeper started with a lightning storm. During its hullaballoo, Matt Stanchie's friend lost all her digital images, including every picture of her 2-year-old son. Matt, a parent of young kids himself, was immediately struck by a (metaphorical) lightning bolt of inspiration: what if he used his background in tech to create a simple way to back up keepsake digital media?
Soon after, Video Keeper was born (along with several sister systems, like Picture Keeper and Tune Keeper). It hinges on USB drives, outfitted with software that automatically scans computers for video. At first pass, it automatically backs up whatever it finds and compiles a list of duplicates for deletion. During future backups, it only saves new video. Really, it's so quick to use, it might remind you of the lightning that started it all.