Most people these days will have a video collection they simply don’t know what to do with. From store bought videos to home movies to those old series recorded straight from the television onto a blank tape, there will no doubt be a whole array of great footage simply gathering dust, with very little chance of that changing any time soon. In fact, a surprising number of people actually have hundreds of videos but no longer even own a VHS player.
So what can be done with these old videos? They very rarely make any money at car boot sales or online and fewer and fewer charity shops want to take them as people very rarely want to buy them. However, more importantly, a number of the videos in people’s collections simply aren’t available on DVD, and in turn could be rare, meaning they would be worth something if only they weren’t in a format no one wanted anymore. On top of this, the home movies on VHS that contain some of our most prized memories are unlikely to be watched if they are on tape.
This doesn’t have to mean it all goes to waste though. Transferring VHS to DVD can actually be surprisingly cost effective, and even those who aren’t keen on shelling out much for video transfer can simply choose to get their collections transferred over a period of time. The benefit of video transfer is that changing your collection of VHS to DVD will offer you a huge number of titles that you might not be able to see any other way, and in a far better condition than you ever experienced them whilst they were on video.
So why not look through your collection today and see which old tapes could bring you hours of enjoyment with simple transfer services.