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Do you still have a VCR?

The VCR page on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

WiseGeek article on the difference between VCR and DVD players

The Backup Critic's Guide to DVD Durability

John's Favorite Photos

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

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