VHS was once the pinnacle of home entertainment technology. In fact, there was a time when no household was complete without an extensive collection of videotapes. From the latest cinema releases that could be your very own, to your very own family films taken on a video recorder, VHS tapes were commonplace in the average British household.
Is it really any coincidence that Christmas comes at the end of the year? It is the pinnacle holiday that most of us look forward to, above all others, throughout every year. Perhaps that’s because it’s inextricably linked in most of our minds with warm and fuzzy feelings of family togetherness, giving and cosy, happy childhood memories. There’s no better time of the year to be nostalgic than Christmas time. Continue reading
Time goes faster than we think. For many of us it won’t be long until we have younger family members – whether they’re children, nieces and nephews or even grandchildren – wanting to know what life was like for you at their age. So when it comes to preserving those important family memories, being able to turn old VHS tapes into DVDs can make a huge difference, allowing your family to access those occasions again without the need for outdated technology. Continue reading
Most of us have some precious home videos that we want to keep for ourselves as well as for future generations. These might be wedding videos, birthday party videos, anniversary videos, holiday videos or just videos which capture the day-to-day goings-on in our lives which become meaningful over time.
It’s a fact of life – when our memory begins to fail us, we trust in recordings to keep precious moments alive.
From your parent’s wedding video to footage of your baby’s first steps, there are a hundred and one reasons why it is simply essential to keep hold of the sacred memories that are stored on VHS tapes.
But when it comes to viewing, displaying or keeping those tiny pieces of time alive, old tapes prove incredibly difficult to use. This, paired with the fact that they are far more likely to break or be misplaced, highlights exactly how pivotal it is to have them transferred to DVD.
Important life landmarks such as births, weddings and anniversaries are the perfect opportunity for friends and family members to give gifts which really mean something to the recipient.
In the past, photo albums full of past memories, or VHS tapes of home video footage would have offered a considerate, touching and memorable gift. Whilst it is possible to transfer VHS tapes to DVD now, how is it possible to make this seem like the tangible, thoughtful gift that an album or video was in the past? Here are some ideas on how to make and present a considerate gift for any important occasion.
If you have an old batch of VHS tapes, chances are they are full of treasured family memories and moments that you still would like to enjoy. While it is possible to view them in this format if you have an old VHS player still, transferring the tapes to DVD is a much better idea. But what specific advantages does having your precious footage on DVD bring?
We live in a time of constant progression. Rarely does a day go by without mention of a brand-new technology that promises to enhance our lives and help us stride confidently into the future.
There are many reasons why we’ve all got loads of VHS still lying around our homes. It’s hard to deny that one of the main reasons we’ve got them piled up and gathering dust is because they once made for a great present. Once upon a time it was hard for a birthday or Christmas to come and go without someone buying you a VHS – and this meant that your collection got pretty big pretty fast. Now as you look to transfer your VHS to DVD, here is a look back at why they were once a great gift.
Everyone wants to know what they were like as a child, and we love looking at our baby photos and embarrassing our siblings with theirs. In the days of handheld video recorders, we all know someone who went over the top and filmed everything.