Chances are that kids who have been born over the last 10 to 15 years have never used or watched an old VHS Video or camcorder tape. With digital technology growing exponentially over the last few decades, the entire home video landscape has changed. No more do we watch VHS tapes of your favorite home movie. Instead, your family crowds around a computer, tablet, or cell phone and the home movie is played instantly. You may have been asking yourself lately, what is there to do with all of these old home videos that are stuffed in boxes, taking up useful attic space? Well, if you live in Minnesota, Two Squares, your media preservation experts have the answer. Team up with our Minnesota media conversion specialists to digitize those old memories into useful digital formats.
It is impossible to put a price on your memories and the video, film and audio that has captured special moments in your life are simply priceless. Keeping them current and usable is difficult given the constant technology changes and upgrades. Fortunately, you can now transfer all of your film, video and audio to easily accessible digital format without breaking the bank. Two Squares is Minnesota’s media conversion experts, providing outstanding service to local customers as well as those who mail their outdated media to us for conversion.
Many people still have old family movies stashed in boxes or decrepit basement entertainment stands. And while those movies sit stored away, most likely not having been watched in years due to a lack of playback system, they deteriorate, losing quality in the audio and video. But those videos don’t have to be lost forever should you decide to take them into a professional video transfer service. When old family movies are brought to professionals, such as those at Two Squares, the quality of movies can be enhanced and then transferred to a more permanent medium in order to ensure the preservation of the movie. Continue reading “Restore Old Family Movies”
There are tons of audio and video media that have come and gone throughout the years. From film to VHS to DVD and Blue Ray on the video side, to vinyl and cassettes and eight tracks and CDs on the audio side, an abundance of formats have emerged and faded in the last 60 years or so. But there’s good news: Two Squares is a group of digitization experts in the Twin Cities who can convert outdated media so that it is easily accessible. Continue reading “Media Conversion Twin Cities”
Do you have a box full of camcorder tapes stashed in an attic? There are probably tons of family memories stored on those tapes, from wedding footage to little-league games and piano recitals. And you most likely have no way to view that footage. That’s why Two Squares is here. We can take those camcorder tapes and convert them into DVDs or Blue Ray, or put them on a flash drive, so that you can view them in an easy format whenever you want to. Continue reading “Camcorder Tapes to DVD Conversion Minnesota”
At one point in our recent history, camcorder tapes were the new hit. During the 1990’s, camcorders had taken over the media market and it seemed like nearly every household had one of these devices. These camcorders were such a hit because they combined a video camera with a video recorder, all in one. For many years, camcorders used tape based recording onto videotape cassettes. With today’s technology, camcorders can record digitally and even in HD. But what about all of those old memories you have stored on camcorder tape? If you live in Minnesota, you are in luck because Two Squares specializes in transferring camcorder footage to a DVD. With the help of our experienced staff, you’ll be able to look back and enjoy the memories of the past thanks to our media conversion services. Continue reading “Transfer Camcorder Footage to DVD MN”
Oh, the magic that happened in the 80s and 90s. Mullets, rock n’ roll bands, and sweet little numbers called camcorders. They were awesome, right? Only the most technologically advanced folks could take out this massive camcorder, put in a full sized VCR tape and record Christmas morning of 1988. Over the years, the camcorder became more and more advanced. By the end of the 90s, camcorders were hand held and only required a small cassette that could later be placed into a larger tape. Well, watch out world! This day in age, almost all camcorders are digital and include features like high definition, 3D, and 4K Ultra HD. These things would all sound so foreign to us in the 80s. Fortunately, with time comes great technology. Continue reading “Camcorder Tape Conversion Minneapolis, MN”