Video conversion 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 $32, you get $80 worth of home-video-conversion services from YesVideo.
YesVideo's physical-to-digital transmographers gather clients' media-bound memories and preserve them for future enjoyment on a digital disc. Film reels and videocassettes deteriorate over time due to age, storing conditions, and daily showings to the neighborhood mailman. YesVideo's transfer services ensure past moments can be witnessed over and again by converting 8mm–16mm film reels ($19.99 for the first 200 feet; $0.18/additional foot), camcorder and VHS tapes ($19.99/tape; two hours max), and 35mm slides and photo prints up to 8"x12" ($19.99 for the first 50 images; $0.39/additional image) onto a standard DVD with titles and background music that is playable on any DVD player, PC, or other DVD-reading device (Blu-ray conversion from HD sources is available for $29.99/90 minutes). Each order also comes equipped with a free 60-day trial of YesVideo's online-hosting service, a system that allows movies to be played on a variety of internet-accessing devices, including iPods, iPads, Android phones, or WiFi enabled magic mirrors.
One of the largest video-transfer companies in North America, YesVideo has basked in the limelight of a variety of news features and publications, such as “Mossberg's Mailbox” of the Wall Street Journal and CW13's Good Day Sacramento. Several major retailers, including Wal-Mart, CVS, Walgreens, and Costco, use YesVideo for their customers' video-transfer services. All conversions and orders are handled in the United States to keep shipping minimal and to keep beloved fruit-garden photographs out of the airport customs’ confiscation drawer.
Old movies are full of treasured memories, and in some cases, literal treasure. When 90-year old Evelyn Weiner sent in her 16-millimeter film canister to YesVideo for digital conversion, a staff member discovered $3,100 in cash in the canister. The company quickly alerted Ms. Weiner of the bounty, which her late husband had stored away and forgotten. While YesVideo cannot promise such a dramatic financial return on investments, over one million families, along with major retailers such as Costco, Target, and Walmart have trusted YesVideo technicians to unearth and modernize priceless memories through mail-in conversion services. Films receive a digitized update as the team transforms VHS tapes and film reels before they deteriorate. Personalized DVDs with convenient chapter divisions last longer than VHS tapes and make it OK to finally feed the VCR peanut butter. Online galleries of the content can be shared through Facebook, Twitter, and other social-media sites.