I started working with 8mm films in junior high school WAY back in 1973. When I began working in the control room of a local television station in 1982, they were still receiving programs on 16mm film & we had to transfer that to a videotape format for playback on air.
Working with film, all formats of videotape from consumer up through professional 2” quadraplex has let me amass a tremendous amount of expertise in what are now, obsolete media formats.
And there’s the key word…obsolete.
Videotape has a varied shelf life depending on how it’s been stored. Eventually, the oxide on the tape WILL break down & those tapes WILL be lost.
Many of your home videos can no longer be viewed because the player you had has quit working or has been stored away.
Randy Industries can preserve those precious family memories on either dvd or digital formats so you & future generations of your family can relive those moments in time so many years ago.