Do you have a DVD Player and wish that huge collection of VHS tapes
you have were on CDs or DVD?
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Do You Have A PC?
Do you have a DVD Player and wish that huge collection of
VHS tapes you have were on CDs or DVD?
Have you ever tried to eject a VHS tape from your VCR to find
out that the tape was wrapped around the internal parts of your
Have you ever popped an old VHS tape into your VCR and find
the video snowy, the sound garbled, or it just wouldn't play at
Do you hate how slow your VCR rewinds your VHS tapes after
you've watched them?
Did you know that you can convert VHS movies to CDs using
your home computer and play these CDs in your DVD player?
Have you seen ads from companies that transfer VHS Tapes to
VCD or DVD, but don't want to spend the money?
Wouldn't it be great if you could take your Christmas and
vacation videos, convert them to CD or DVD and share them with
family and friends?
Wouldn't it be great if for the cost of having a to replace
couple of VHSs with DVDs you could turn you PC into your own DVR,
and save all your old VHS tapes to DVD?
We all have tons of memories stored on very old VHS tapes.
When we recorded these tapes, we figured they were permanent and
would last a lifetime. Boy, were we wrong. It's not a matter of if
your VHS tape will fail, but when.
CDs & DVDs will last a long long time, & the video
quality never deteriorates no matter how many times you watch it.
Not to mention, the analog VHS tape is outdated technology and will
not exist in the near future. On the other hand, digital CD
technology is here to stay. DVD video rentals have already
outnumbered VHS rental.
Don't wait until your VHS tapes become unreadable and wish
you had somehow saved them. Let me show you how to convert or
transfer them to digital CDs or DVD.