You might be wondering why you need to
transfer home video to DVD. For several reasons.
First – and mostly – because videotapes
lose their quality over time. Check: are your camcorder
or other home videos still playable? If they are, you might
notice tracking problems or other interference in the picture.
These can be signs of deterioration, which will only increase
over time. If you wait too long, eventually your home movies
will become completely unwatchable.
Secondly, with each passing year, VCRs become more and
more scarce. When was the last time you knew or saw someone
actually buying a new VCR? Stores like Best Buy rarely
even carry them anymore, and if they do, they're almost
exclusively as VCR/DVD combination machines. For formats
that were less popular than VHS, such as 8mm or Betamax,
video cameras and decks are even harder to find. This means
that even if you carefully save your wedding video for
years, eventually you will have no way to watch it anyway.
And finally, compare your wedding VHS tape to a DVD disc.
Which one is easier to watch? Which is smaller and more convenient
to store? Which is more reliable and won't deteriorate over
time? The DVD.
Timeless DVD can convert your wedding video, as well as
any other camcorder or family movies you have, to DVD. Our
DVD conversion services feature the best technology and
a staff that has extensive experience with video transfer.
You'll never worry about the loss of your wedding videos