A CD (compact disk) holds 750 megabytes of information. If all of these bits and bytes don’t mean much to you then this is a practical guide for you. These are the basics for how much of your various types of memories will fit on a single CD. 80 minutes of audio 400 slides scanned …
Step by step instructions for getting photos from your iphone or other smart phone to your computer and helpful tips for taking and saving quality photos.
When you bring in multiple tapes, reels, etc. we can put several sources (transferred to mp3 files) on to one CD. This is a way to save you some money and reduce the number of disks you have. These files can be played on a computer or on various mp3 players.
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 mp3 files. This method creates mp3 files that will play in a computer and on various mp3 players.
This will help you figure out how much memory you will need on your external hard drive if you would like us to add your raw video files to it so that you can work on them on your home computer.