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Jan 23, 2014

Preserving memories on DVD

We live in a world where our lives are plastered for all to see. mobile phones have made it possible for us to share our lives, and for the most part, the moments we are living. One could argue that because of this we no longer truly preserve memories. However, that is a topic for another day.
It wasn’t long ago that digital images were a thing in sci-fi movies. The only true way to preserve images was to create physical photo albums and display them on our coffee tables. Films were placed in a box in our garage or attic and would make an appearance from time to time whenever dad was in the mood to set up the clunky projector. Unfortunately, the photo albums eventually joined the film and tapes in the box and for the most part were left alone and forgotten.

With advancements in digitizing we are now able to preserve our old pictures, film, videos and slides on DVD or on a hard drive. These memories can now be viewed once again using modern technology.

When deciding how you want Motion Graphics to preserve your memories, you have the option of a DVD or a Hard drive. below are some points to keep in mind when selecting a DVD:

DVD Cons

  • DVD is becoming obsolete
  • Some computers don’t have DVD players
  • DVD players are not used as often as before

DVD Pros

  • DVDs Come with a nice personalized jewel case, which makes it a great memento
  • DVDs make a good gift

If you are not sure if a DVD is the right choice for you, please call us so we can guide you and answer any question you may have. Our job is to help you preserve your memories your job is to enjoy your memories again and again.

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