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Video/Tape Conversion
~ February 5, 2019 Convert Your Videotapes to Digital on USB Thumb Flash Drives It’s 2019, and more and more customers who are converting their precious videotapes are asking what the future holds.  Currently, about 70% of customers are still having their videotapes converted to DVDs…but that number is quickly shrinking.  The younger generation knows what DVDs are, but really don’t use them.

With the advent of smartphones, tablets, and paper-thin laptops, there is no room for dvd drives.  So how do these people watch videos?  usbAll digital, meaning in a file format that can be saved to a USB, Thumb, or Flash drive, as well as to an external hard drive.

At Treasure Coast Multimedia, we can convert and transfer your videotapes to the digital video format, typically the “MP4″format.  Why MP4?  It is easily compressed while keeping file sizes smaller, as well as being cross platform applicable – working on both PC’s and Mac’s.

Please Contact Us or visit our Pricing page for more information.

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Do you have gorgeous, hilarious, and touching family videos that you’d like to move from VHS to DVD? Check out this post – we’re showing you how!

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Ask anyone under 20 what a VHS is and they might be able to tell you. Ask anyone under 15 and they will look at you like they’ve just be struck over the head with their XBox One.   The VHS is a thing of the past. Remember when they first came out and you had to figure out how to even run the player? It was an incredible thing to have movies at home and running on your television! But you can’t even buy VHS tapes at stores anymore. You have to go to and they are much more expensive now than DVDs and BluRays.   Plus, the tapes you already have will eventually fall apart or get caught in the old machinery of your VCR. So, you need to preserve what you already recorded. Old family videos and memories you don’t want to lose.   VHS to DVD is easier than it sounds. There are three main ways to accomplish this.  Let’s take a look.

1. VHS To DVD Recorder

So, take your old VCR. You probably either used Coaxial Cable or Composite cords to connect your VCR to your old television. A DVD recorder has composite inputs on the back. Composite is the red, white, and yellow cords used for connecting video and audio. Buy a DVD recorder. Or borrow one from a friend. If you are near a university or a library, check to see if they have the equipment for ready or cheap use. Since the composite cords are color coded, it should be easy to hook your VHS to DVD recorder. Just match the colors. Now, simply place the VHS tape in the VHS player, start the DVD recorder, then hit play on your VHS tape player. This will ensure you capture everything on the VHS tape.

2. DVD Recorder and VHS VCR Combination

For a short while, as we crossed from VHS tapes to DVD, companies made combination players. They still make combination machines, but these machines are made to make transferring VHS to DVD easier. With this setup, you don’t have to hook anything up. Just pop in the VHS and the DVD and you’re set. Unfortunately, while this is a much easier way to get things done. VHS/DVD recorders are becoming massively rare. Why is this happening? DVR and cable channels. They have conspired to make it next to impossible to record something permanent off your television. And DVDs can make some pretty high-quality copies of TV shows.

3. VHS to DVD Via PC

This may not appeal to someone who has a difficult time with computers. But it is the most popular and expedient way to record your VHS memories on DVD. You need a PC, a VHS player/VCR, an analog audio/video connector box and some software. In the end, this will be your cheaper option. But if you have an older PC, this process may take much longer than the previous two methods. With a newer computer, it will take less time.


One last way to convert VHS to DVD is to hire someone to do it for you. This is probably the easiest way to get the job done.   Contact us and let us know if you want your VHS memories preserved. We’ll make sure it’s done right and with quality.


Video Production, Video/Tape Conversion
TC Multimedia — Your Premier Video Production Service February 10, 2011 — Treasure Coast Multimedia is your premier multimedia company! Located in quaint Downtown Stuart, Florida, you can watch live goings-on of this historic town. Check out our Web site for live video steams. Award-winning multimedia producer, Rick Miller is the owner and operator of this company for more than 18 years. He prides himself on top-quality, personal service. TC Multimedia specializes in professional videotaping and production, video editing, and video and DVD conversion. No matter where you live on the Treasure Coast, Rick Miller will come to you to film your next business, marketing or how-to video (and everything in between). He services the entire Treasure Coast, traveling to Port St. Lucie, Fort Pierce, Vero Beach, Hobe Sound, Stuart, Palm City, Jupiter and Palm Beach. Producing more than 200 productions using the highest quality cameras, microphones, and audio and visual equipment, TC Multimedia can offer you full video production services. We’ll develop your script, film and professionally edit your video, then upload it to your Web site and YouTube Channel. We edit all your videos using a professional digital editing system. Our editing services include digitizing your footage and adding titles, animation, music, voice-overs, slow-motion effects and/or photos to your movie. We can edit almost any video format. Remember that wedding video you have sitting in the box in the corner of your garage? What about all those VHS Disney movies? We can restore your sentimentality and help you watch all your classic movies again. TC Multimedia can all your antiquated takes and convert them into a top-quality digital format and place them on DVDs for you. We can also convert your old albums or cassette tapes and make them CDs. Rick Miller can also convert videos or DVDs that are in foreign formats. TC Multimedia offers an array of video services including videotaping and video production, video editing, tape conversions, DVD and CD duplications, album or cassette tape transfers to CDs, photo slideshow creation, videotape repairs, projection displays and video streams on YouTube. Treasure Coast Multimedia specializes in creating videos for marketing, real estate, training, demonstration, plays, sporting events or business tours. Contact Rick Miller for quality video production services on the Treasure Coast:; 772-521-9901.