The home videos you shot of all of your priceless family events are slowly deteriorating and could be lost permanently if you don’t transfer them to some digital format that will preserve them. A local company is helping save those memories.
Krista Larsen, with Larsen Digital is working to save family memories and the photos, video and films that go along with them.
Just in time for Mother’s Day, Larsen Digital is helping you give a gift of memories for the holiday. Larsen Digital is a photo, film & video conversion service provider that makes old things new again. What better way to show your mom how much you love her & how proud of how you were raised than by converting all your childhood videos to digital. From old movie reels, to video tapes, to photos and slides, Larsen Digital will breathe new life into your old memories by converting it to digital. They are one of the most experienced and long standing film conversion companies who happen to be located right here in Utah. They are a family run business so they know the importance of home videos and how precious they are, and how important it is to preserve a family legacy.
To help the Studio 5 viewers give their mothers an unforgettable Mother’s Day this year, we have some amazing deals for the next 2 weeks.
Video Tape to DVD: $7 per tape
Movie Film to DVD: 12¢ Per foot
Photos scanned to CD: 24¢ per photo
*Inquire for more details.
For online orders, you can use the following coupon codes:
$7 Video Tape: KSLvideo
12¢ Movie Film: KSLmovie
24¢ Photos: KSLphoto
Not only does converting your family memories to digital make a great thoughtful gift, but it is important to get it converted before the memories degrade. As time goes on, the dyes in film fade away. Dyes in films such as movie film and slide film will literally fade away until there is nothing left. Other types of video, such as VHS are very prone to damage which will ruin the footage. The more often a video tape is viewed, the more worn out the tape will become reducing the quality every time. Finding a VHS player to even watch your old video tapes is difficult, if not impossible since VHS players are no longer being manufactured. If there is no way to watch those video tapes, those memories are lost forever. Once your video tapes are converted to digital you can easily watch all your old home movies and re-live the experience.
Going digital opens doors to many possibilities, all of which provide great gift giving opportunities, or great one on one time with your mom. You can have your video tapes converted directly to a DVD that you can play on your TV. If you want to really take advantage of digital technology, you can also get an MP4 video file of your video tape. An MP4 file will allow you to edit the video on your computer, create custom clips, upload it online, and share with friends and family. Even better, Larsen Digital offers free online video editing for those who don’t have video editing software on their home computer. You can sit with your mom and edit the best parts of your film together, or make your mom a customized “Best of Video Montage”.
To take advantage of the Mother’s Day special, visit their store located in Pleasant View Utah, or mail your video tapes to their office. You can visit their website at www.slidescanning.com or call their office at 801-782-5155.