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More Than Conversions: Film Preservation Services And Recovery From ARS Video

Preserving your home movies and precious memories is our area of expertise at ARS Video, but film conversions and digitization aren’t the only specialties our team has to offer. Our film preservation services range from recovering damaged video to managing construction site photo and video footage and everything in between. Here are the top three [...]

Would Legacybox Please Send Us the Orders They Don’t Want?

Dear Legacybox, RETURNED ORDERS Over the years we have received a number of Legacybox orders that were returned to customers uncompleted by Legacybox. Some orders indicated that they were not able to be processed and other orders were simply returned without any explanation at all. ARS Video makes communication with our customers essential and we [...]

Should You Do Your Own Film Conversion or Let ARS Video Convert It?

Let ARS Video Help! For many people, photos, negatives, videos, and films of their loved ones are where all their memories are held. The idea of losing those memories is unthinkable. Fortunately, technological advances mean that these items can easily be digitized, preserving them in a convenient, safe, and shareable way.   The availability of [...]

ARS Video: The Best Company to Digitize Home Movies

Why You Should Digitize Home Movies With ARS Video Video camera and camcorder recordings typically have a lifespan of around 15–20 years. Any film footage taken before 2000 already risks being lost forever—unless you have the film converted to digital files. If you’re looking for somewhere to get your favorite footage saved and preserved, there [...]

What Was the First VHS Movie?

Somewhere back in the early 1980s, an apparatus connected to a TV started taking the country over by storm. No, it was not the Beta movie player. Nor was it the LaserDisc player, either. It was, instead, the VHS videotape player, a TV version throwback to a 1970s 8-track cassette player, but no one wanted to [...]

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