iMemories Gets The Thumbs Up
Recently I fleshed out my YouTube channel with three very old videos of rock bands that I played bass for, one from 2003, one from 1993, and one from nearly 25 years ago, in 1988. One day I went to watch the 2003 video of Ironhorse Exchange and to my horror my VHS player jammed on me, and I thought my only video remnants of that stage in my musical career were gone forever.
Thankfully that is not the case! iMemories came to the rescue. Their premise is simple: send them your old videos, slides, photos, etc. etc, and they’ll convert them to a digital format for you. Once they do that, the digital output is available for download, but if you would like, they will also print DVDs of your digital treasures as well.
There are definitely some cost points: the prepaid box they send you to ship your videos to them costs about $25, and the conversion of each of the 4 DVDs cost about $10 each and took about a week. But once done, I was able to download the digital output to my PC at no additional charge, since I am capable of printing DVDs myself. For the uninitiated DVDs can be designed and printed for a nominal fee per DVD.
I was pleasantly surprised to find that after two weeks I had full digital copies of my videos. The only thing I’m waiting on now is for them to return the originals to me, which they do…free of charge.