At times, this has been one of our more popular services at Total Video Productions Ltd. People have 100s or 1000s of old photographs lying in boxes in the attic. They are never got out of the attic because the boxes are too large and cumbersome to take down for a casual look through. We can take those slides and photographs for you and make them more accessible and playable on laptop, desktop or mobile devices by putting those Slides and Photographs to DVD or to newer digital format.
It is a real problem trying to find that old photo that you now want to show to your sn, daughter or grand-child.
There is an answer however. And, the ease with which we can not only capture your photos and slides but make amazing presentations from them is staggering. Take a look at the presentation above – Incredible isn’t it? We can do that with your photos and slides!
Slides and photos to DVD or Blu-Ray really does make sense and is a lot cheaper and quicker than you realise. It is an amazing surprise gift for an elderly loved one to be able to show the photographs that they have taken over the years suddenly being played on a DVD or Blu-Ray player. It is an unforgettable gift. Call us now and I guarantee that you will be glad that you did.
Call us now on 01924 829 384 or email us now mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org to receive professional advice from our expert team can advise on how we can convert your old photos and slides to DVD and Blu-Ray.
Additional content from eHow
1. Getting Analog Audio Into Your Computer
- Converting music or analog audio recordings on tape to digital formats requires using a computer program to record and convert the audio. Some free and inexpensive programs use your computer’s built-in microphone or auxiliary inputs. Simply connect an audio cable from the auxiliary output of a tape deck to the audio inputs on your computer. More expensive programs designed for professional use, such as Apple Logic and ProTools, require an additional interface device called an A/D-D/A converter. These devices have analog audio inputs and convert the signals to digital data. Either a firewire or USB cable then connects the converter to the computer.
- Quite a number of free programs for computer recording are available for download on the Internet. Names include Audacity, Kristal, FreeCorder, The GarageDoor, Quartz Audio Mixes, Anvil Studio, and others. These are adequate for converting tape to digital formats for use in MP3 players and to be burned onto CDs that can be played on any CD player. Professional programs, which of course, cost money, have many additional features, such as enhanced editing and customizing audio tools. A sampling of popular professional recording software programs are ProTools, Apple Logic, Cubase, Nuendo, MOTU Digital Performer and Ableton Live.
- Once the recording software converts the analog media to a digital format such as WAV or AIFF files, your computer’s CD burning program can be used to make music CDs. Or, you can use the software to convert the audio to MP3 files, and connect your MP3 player to your computer to download them.