Every day there’s some new technology that has the potential to revolutionize the world and change how things are done. The same can be said about the age-old tradition of capturing moments with our cameras and making home movies with our camcorders. Some of you may have inherited Super 8 films and are hoping to transfer Super 8 to digital someday. But, are you sure about the best format to store your memories in?
We have met various storage options when the journey only started with floppy disks! The same can be said for limited CD storage, and 1 GB flash drives: All these are old news from a bygone era. From so many digitizing options—DVD, USB, or cloud download—it’s hard to make a decision.
First released in the late 90s, there’s nothing new about the DVD, it quickly became the most popular format for VHS and movies. It is a viable option for storing family memories, even having gone through a decline this last decade.