Your home videos of birthday parties, family camping trips or the kids playing in the backyard pool are priceless treasures, right? You bet! So it’s important to know how to preserve and protect video tapes that are filled with countless memories of life’s magical moments. With just a few simple steps on how to care for your tapes, you’ll have home video keepsakes you can enjoy for years to come.
Such is especially true if you have recorded on videos important events in your life such as your wedding or your parent’s, your first child’s first step or word uttered or first birth anniversary. Maybe you have video-documented your child’s life from pre-school to university using the super 8 mm film. You might want to preserve those precious years by doing the Transfer 8mm Film to DVD.
The movie has spanned generations. Parents still share it and sing the songs with their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. It was released before I was born, my mom shared it with me when I was around eight and the songs and story are embedded in my heart.
The trailer was put together well but the movie itself did not deliver what the trailer had seemingly promised. That, in itself, stinks. I was really not expecting anything because like the TV show I had thought it would be just random, weird and funny. I would see a Robot Chicken Movie if that ever occurred with the assumption it would just be like the TV show but longer—but still enjoyable.
There are many excellent, yet inexpensive, film cameras out there. There may be one hiding out in the closet of some one you know, or maybe that yard sale you just drove by had one for a few bucks. Perhaps that flea market you’ve been wanting to go to has one as well.
Closely related to this is rule #3: avoid “hunting” with the camcorder. We’ve all seen shots where the camera is panning to the left surveying the scene only to change direction and pan back to the right again, then no, maybe what it is looking for is down, let’s zoom in for a second, darn it moved out of the shot, let’s follow it putting everything out of focus, well heck, we seem to be looking at a blank wall, and with a shake of the camera, it’s turned off finally, followed by a totally unrelated shot taken hours later.
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