Covers the transfer of 40 items, which could include up to:
Although video was initially used by professional broadcasters, introduction of the first consumer Betamax video camcorder in 1983 made it possible to shoot videos at home. Quickly following on its heels was the first VHS-C camcorder, then a lighter 8mm video camcorder just one year later. The first digital video technology released in 1995 led to people today being able to create, share, and view videos at the drop of a hat. Even back then, this format made it easier than ever before to capture family events and special milestones. If you own stacks of old videos and movie reels sitting untouched for years, the best way to rekindle generations of memories is to convert video tapes to digital and transfer movies.
The reality is that videos tapes and movies simply won’t last forever. In addition to fading, tearing, and breaking, finding working equipment to play them back becomes less likely with each passing year. Transforming fragile media into 21st-century media is the only way to preserve them for posterity. If you convert camcorder tapes to digital, you’ll capture these memories forever. Our largest transfer box is the perfect choice if you have a lot of media to convert or wish to give somebody an incredible gift they’ll remember for generations to come. You can mix and match the following formats:
When you choose Heartland Box to convert your favorite video tapes, it’s easy to relive yesteryear’s sweetest moments in three simple steps:
Recapturing the past is a wonderful intergenerational activity for your entire family!
Covers the transfer of 20 items, which could include up to:
Don't want to hassle with limits on the number of items to send? Then our No Limit Easy Box is the way to go. Simply fill up the box and we'll do the rest! No need to count or presort. Whatever you can fit in this box, we'll digitize.
This box is approximately 12" x 8" x 4" and should fit the any of following:
Covers the transfer of 10 items, which could include up to: