Growing up in the 90s, all of our home videos were recorded on VHS. Now, I think that my dad is the only person in a 50 mile radius that still owns a VHS player! Those old home movies are now stored away in my parent’s basement collecting dust. The VIDBOX Video Conversion Suite allows you to take those old VHS memories and convert them to DVD or other digital format so that they can be kept safely for years and generations to come.
The VIDBOX is super easy to use. The directions are very clear and the kit works with both Mac and Windows platforms. I remember years ago my family members were spending ridiculous amounts of money to pay someone for these conversions but now they can be done easily and inexpensively from the comfort of your own home!
The VIDBOX has allowed us to start converting videos from my husband’s childhood and I can’t even begin to explain how much fun we are having watching them and making fun of him as a chubby goofy kid. On top of the fun that we are having watching these videos now, we will be able to save them in digital format to show our kids someday and that is absolutely priceless. While VHS was the technology of the time, they aren’t very durable over time. The tapes get twisted and damaged and the shells can become damaged rendering them useless. Knowing that we are able to save these in a safer and more modern format makes me so happy and excited to have them to watch again down the road.
The VIDBOX would make a great gift for Father’s Day or, even better, you could use it to convert the old home movies yourself and then give them as the gift saving your loved ones the time of converting and let them enjoy the videos immediately! Imagine the fun you can have rewatching these videos with loved ones likely decades after they were made!
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