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Do you remember the last time you stopped to help a customer? Although it can be difficult to find time as a business owner, doing what you can to improve your customer's experience can make a tremendous impact on your overall store. I started thinking about how impactful a few comments could be a few years ago, after I complained and the business changed their policies. I wanted to create an environment online that was all about helping my fellow customers to enjoy a better life. Check out this blog for more information that could help you. After all, you never know when you will need a few tips!

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Your Guide To Digital Conversion Of VHS Tapes

VHS was once the bet format for holding important memories, home videos, and information in video format. Now, it's almost impossible to access; you have to have a VHS player, which most people no longer have. That makes it impossible to share these videos. And worse yet, VHS is not a very stable format, so the quality of your VHS media is probably deteriorating (if it's even still usable at all). 

That makes it a bit of a time-sensitive thing to convert these tapes to a more usable format. Here is a guide to getting that done. 

Which Format?

The first question that may come up is which format you should choose to convert your media to. A few years ago, the answer may have been to get it written to a CD. But even that media is becoming outdated these days. You might want to future-proof your media a bit by getting it on Blu-Ray. But many video formats work; wav, AAC, and mp4 may be all perfectly acceptable formats to convert media to. 

Conversion Methods

You have a few options for digital conversion. The first is to buy software and equipment to allow your VHS player to communicate with the computer so that the data can be transferred to a digital format. As you might guess by this description, the process is a bit tedious and lengthy. The best option is to hire a specialist in digital conversion to help you transfer your data. You simply give them the tapes and they return the data in the format of your choice. This way, you also have a bit of insurance against any mishaps that could occur as you attempt to work with VHS media. The experts will be sure not to damage the films as they extract data from them. Especially if you have just a few films, the service is more than worth it to avoid the setup for DIY conversion. 

Store Them in the Cloud

Here is another bit of wisdom: make sure that your digital files are stored in the cloud. The cloud isn't going anywhere for a while, and that makes it a safe place for you to store media that you don't want to have to move again in the near future. As long as you choose a good file format and get copies of your media backed up on a cloud hosting service, you shouldn't have to worry about your precious data or memories anytime in the near future. For more information, talk to companies like Prime Time Video Digital Productions.