Convert VHS/VHS-C Tapes & Mini-DVDs to Digital Files Of DVDs or USB Flash Drives
Do you have a box full of VHS, VHS-C, mini-DVDs, or DVDs that contain a host of memories ranging from your wedding day to your children's little league games?
How do you preserve those memories?
Sweeney Enterprises LLC can now transfer your VHS, VHS-C, mini-DVDs, and regular size DVDs of memories into digital files such as DVDs or USB Flash Drives. Unfortunately, Sweeney Enterprises LLC is not able to digitally transfer 8mm video cassette tapes.
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Let Sweeney Enterprises LLC preserve your memorable moments for years to come by transferring your outdated VHS, VHS-C, mini-DVDs, or regular size DVDs into digital files as DVDs or USB Flash Drives.
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Do You Know Where Your VHS Tapes Are?
By Denis Sweeney
"What is that?" It's a question asked every day a million times by inquiring minds. For example, this inquiry could pertain to anything from food on a dinner plate to interpreting a math word problem. In this particular instance, those words were spoken by a teenager when the teen's mother discussed transferring old VHS tapes to a digital format.
This customer recently hired Sweeney Enterprises LLC to convert one of her company's VHS videotapes to a USB flash drive. In fact, this customer may need my company's continued service by transferring additional VHS tapes to this same data storage device, also known as Thumb drives.
It's fair to say if you're under the age of 20, the concept of a VHS tape, used to record a favorite television show or a child's first step, appears to be a foreign concept. After all, a VHS tape isn't an app on a smartphone!
A weekly highlight for the generation (and you know who you are) familiar with VHS tapes considered weekend trips to the local Blockbuster store to rent the latest movie release. When we inserted these tapes in our VCR machine (translation – videocassette recorder), we hoped the tape started at the beginning (Remember – "Be Kind...Please Rewind") and your machine did not devour the VHS magnetic tape
It's been over a decade since VHS tapes were last produced and approximately four years ago for the manufacture of the final VCR. As each day goes by, the opportunities available to watch and relive the memories from those home videos are dwindling. Now's the time to clean those closets and attics. My question to the "VHS Generation" audience – "Do You Know Where Your VHS Tapes Are?" Locate those VHS tapes today before they disintegrate and crumble right before your eyes.
Here's one way to illustrate how VHS tapes are disappearing in the 21st Century. Imagine the USS Enterprise from Star Trek using a photon torpedo to destroy a Klingon Starship. Get the picture now?
It's not too late to save those taped memories from the 1980s and '90s. Sweeney Enterprises LLC still owns a VCR (In fact, I have a couple of backup machines) as well as the required technology to convert those VHS "relics" to either a DVD or USB flash drive format.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of my price sheet/order form. Let Sweeney Enterprises LLC resurrect those yesteryear memories.
Turn the question of "What is that?" to the statement, "Wow, I didn't know Dad grew a mustache?"