This month’s special (April 2015) is all about audio. Bring in your old audio media and have it transferred to playable CD’s for just $12/source or to mp3 files for $10/source. We can fit up to 80 minutes of audio on a playable CD (that means that it will play in your CD player). We
A CD (compact disk) holds 750 megabytes of information. If all of these bits and bytes don’t mean much to you then this is a practical guide for you. These are the basics for how much of your various types of memories will fit on a single CD. 80 minutes of audio 400 slides scanned
R vs. RW: The “R” stands for record-able while RW stands for re-writable. On recordable disks you can record information on it until it is full, but can’t erase and re-write on the disk. The re-writable disks work more like our old floppies that you could copy to, erase and reuse. In general, we suggest
Happy Saturday to everyone! Leave A Legacy here to talk about one of our many services that we provide! Today we would like to talk about our Audio Transfer Services. Record players, Cassette players, Reel-to-Reel machines, they are no longer the ‘cutting edge’ technology they once were. CD players and MP3 players are the current
They are unique and uncommon but we can access them. We've had the Zip drive and a Floppy drive for quite awhile but just got a Jaz drive. We can transfer all of your info off of these old disks and onto a disc or flash drive for much easier access.
All of your old records (LP, 45, 78, you name it), reel-to-reel, 8 track tapes and cassettes (even mini and micro cassettes) can be transferred to CD. This option makes a playable CD of up to 80 minutes.
Another type of media that we can convert for you is floppy disks and zip disks. Though they are rather obscure today we can certainly do this digital transfer as well. The files that clients typically want captured from these disks are photo files.
Recently a client brought in about 5 of these glass stereo slides. I've seen and scanned both glass and stereo slides but not both rolled into one. We scanned in one of the two images and saved it as a jpg file for him on a CD.