About VHS tapesThe video home system (VHS) is a consumer-level analog recording videocassette launched in 1976 by JVC. VHS video soon became the popular format for families to capture special moments. However, these VHS videotapes have been degrading, even if stored properly. Most VHS videotapes last only between 10 and 15 years, and the video and audio quality becomes distorted. In the early 21st century, VHS tapes were made obsolete by new digital formats. Families have taken those vintage videotapes, hidden them away in boxes, and thrown out or recycled their VCRs for DVD players. So, how do you go from a VCR to a DVD player to view all those forgotten memories? Well, first you need to transfer your VHS tapes to DVD.
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The YesVideo Solution - Convert VHS to DVDTransferring your VHS and camcorder tapes to DVDs with YesVideo allows you to preserve your important memories in a format that can be viewed anywhere from your living room DVD player to your computer. Having that video conversion live in the cloud online as well as on DVDs ensures those VHS memories won't just fade away and you can access your video transfers from your TV, computer, iPad, and even smart phone. By converting your VHS and other videotapes to DVD, you'll be able to watch your old memories again, share them with family and friends, and enjoy them for generations to come. And, YesVideo provides unique chapter breaks in your video conversion, so you can jump right to your favorite scene without fast-forwarding or rewinding. Converting VHS to DVD has never been so easy.
Hi-8, Digital, 8mm
What we do.
- Capture video using our industry-leading technology.
- Create custom scenes using our patented algorithms.
- Record audio into high-quality Dolby Digital.
- Return original tapes (along with your new DVD movies).
- Repair damaged videotapes.
What you get.
$19.99 per videotape