PRLog - May 13, 2014 - LONDON -- Some of the most precious and important things that people acquire throughout life don’t fall under the bracket of material things; they aren’t something that can be bought and they aren’t something that can even be touched. In fact, they are made by people all over the world, everyday, in various ways; some of the most precious things that people acquire throughout their lives are memories.
vhscloud converts old photo and video formats to digital in the cloud
As time goes by, the ways and means of recording these memories constantly change, rendering things such as VHS tapes completely defunct in a world that has been digitised in any which way possible.
However, the memories themselves are still as important as the day as they were made and innovative company VhsCloud has devised a brand new, cutting edge way of bringing old memories back to life by digitising archaic photos and videos for use on multiple digital platforms.
Founded by entrepreneur Jan Godfrey, VhsCloud is a new service that converts print photos into pristine digital images, as well as transforms VHS videos into their digital counterpart. This material can then be shared via the internet and social media sites such as Facebook and YouTube, directly from a personalised online account in the customer’s very own VhsCloud storage space.
Jan said: “Millions of people all over the world invested in video cameras when they were all the rage, thinking that they would have access to their memories forever.”
“However, as players for these videos have now become relatively rare, many are looking to make their memories accessible in the modern world. VhsCloud makes this possible.”
“We understand the importance and sentimentality of memories and want to help people to relive them over and over again; our service is a way of reliving and preserving old memories in a way that is totally up to date with modern technology.”
All of the files that are generated are saved in common standard file formats, meaning that they will continue to be accessible for future generations via mediums such as computers, Smartphones and even Smart TVs.
Combining cost effectiveness with accessibility, all of the converted material can be shared with people all over the world, extending memories from the boundaries of the family home.
Jan added: “I have trialled this for two years and it’s proven extremely popular. The combination of personal and backed up cloud storage provides a storage area that is not just easy to access, but is also safe and secure. Clients love the reassurance that their lost memories won’t be lost again.”
View all the video to digital and photographic services VhsCloud have to offer at http://www.vhscloud.com
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