We’ve been transferring videos and old movie films to DVDs for many years. It’s an ongoing challenge to stay ahead of technology changes. Our latest problem that we have encountered is when I client called and said that our DVDs won’t play in their computer. We are used to the new computers that come out …
Back-up Rule: Have your heard about the 3-2-1 rule for protecting your digital media? This works for your scanned photos, your digitized videos and even your everyday digital files you create on your computer for home or at work. 3 – You should have 3 copies! Once you have one digital copy, making additional copies …
They are unique and uncommon but we can access them. We’ve had the Zip drive and a Floppy drive for quite awhile but just got a Jaz drive. We can transfer all of your info off of these old disks and onto a disc or flash drive for much easier access.
Leave A Legacy’s Gold Archival Grade DVD-R media is ideal for preserving your family photos and home movies as well as critical corporate data and are tested to remain stable for 100 years.
The recent wildfires and other disasters have brought it close to home that we should be more prepared for the event of a disaster. The things that we have that are most important (besides people, pets, etc.) are our important documents and our memories.
All of your old records (LP, 45, 78, you name it), reel-to-reel, 8 track tapes and cassettes (even mini and micro cassettes) can be transferred to CD. This option makes a playable CD of up to 80 minutes.
Extra copies of a disk are a good idea for backing up your memories and for sharing the memories with other family members.
When you want to add an additional source (like another tape) to an edited transfer this is the rate we charge for each hour or partial hour we add from each additional tape.
We consider it an edited transfer when we transfer from a video tape to the computer. This allows editing of your video after the video is digitized. We can take virtually any video tape and convert it to digital.
We consider it a straight transfer when we transfer directly from a video tape to a disc. This process does not allow editing of your video but is the least expensive option.