VHS Tapes to DVD
Transferring VHS tapes to DVD is an excellent way to preserve your memories for the future. The Video Home System (VHS) was a popular analogue video recording device. It used tape that was originally developed by Victor Company of Japan (JVC) in the 1970s. From then on, this method was used to record video for commercial and domestic use. Most homes had a VHS player to play films and home movies. In 1997, the DVD was introduced, and by 2008 it was the preferred format for watching and recording movies. The DVD is better quality and can hold larger file types. Furthermore, it has its own advancements thanks to HD and Blu-ray.
Many households may still have home videos recorded on VHS tapes, and we can transfer these VHS tapes to DVD for you. VHS Tapes degrade each time they are played. Therefore, it is advisable to transfer VHS tapes to DVD so that your memories can last well into the future. You always get your original item back so that you can keep the original VHS tape format as well as the updated one. We can also repair your tape if required.