First steps. The family trip. Little League.
There’s no time like the present to preserve your most important moments and memories for the future. From 1980s VHS tapes to 8mm movie film, we work with just about every video media out there. Simply drop your tapes and movie reels off for video transfer services at our Knoxville location. We’ll magically digitize the contents, then subsequently transfer the video footage to DVD, Blu-ray, USB drive or cloud servers for reliable, compact storage and easy viewing on today’s technology. Finally, make as many copies as you’d like, and distribute them freely to share those memories of triumph, humor and happiness caught on camera.
Time keeps marching on, but moments from the past don’t have to be stuck there anymore.
How our Knoxville video transfer services work:
- Firstly, drop off your video, movie or audio media for digitizing service at our Knoxville store.
- Secondly, hoose from DVD, Blu-Ray, USB drive, or cloud delivery.
- Your memorabilia is cared for by our trained archiving experts, who will treat your materials with the utmost care.
- Finally, about a week later, return to pick up your the DVD, Blu-Ray or USB drive containing your footage.
- Your items never leave our property or get shipped away.
- We return all original media to you after the process is complete.
The best way to share your renewed video and movie footage is by getting family members their very own copy. It’s no fun to pass the same DVD or USB drive around to family across the world, and the digital movie files are too large for online sharing. As you’re embarking on your project, think of grandparents, parents, siblings, cousins, children and grandchildren who may appreciate a copy today (or when they’re grown up).
Once your footage is digitized, duplicate copies are as affordable as $9.95 each.
We never recommend shipping away family archives, treasured photos and irreplaceable home movies. It’s too risky. Fleetwood Photo has been professionally preserving memories for over 30 years.
Video + Film Formats