|The VCR page on Wikipedia,
the free encyclopedia
article on the difference between VCR and DVD players
Backup Critic's Guide to DVD Durability
The Thomas Computer
Services web site
|The VCRs and
VHS tapes, which we bought to record home movies and other
collectibles, represent a technology that has been all but replaced by
DVD and Blu-ray systems. This was due to simple economies of scale,
(cheaper, easier to store, etc.) and a perceived improved durability of
the discs. But who doesn't have an old tape with a wedding or other
family gathering lying around, waiting for conversion to newer media?
John offers two types of conversion to DVD services: simple 1:1
dubbing; and conversion-plus-editing, which includes re-sequencing
where needed, and adding of titles and other video goodies. Visit the
web site for a list of other video related services.
And check out these articles to the left on VCRs and DVDs.
February 9, 2011