Preserve Your Precious Memories With YesVideo #DivaMemories

By | July 21, 2014

Yes Video

From the amount of posts I have here on the blog about scrapbooking, it should be no secret that memory keeping is important to me. I scrapbook, keep a journal, and shoot lots and lots of home video. I have very few pictures of me from my childhood and no videos at all. So it is very important to me to document my children as they are growing up. I want them to have lots of photos and videos so they can look back and remember the joy of being a kid.

When our video camera broke a few years ago, I was devastated because I had never gotten around to copying the tapes to DVD. To make matters worse, video cameras weren’t being made anymore that used those types of mini tapes. So I figured that those home videos were lost forever. Then I learned about YesVideo.

YesVideo can help preserve your precious family memories by converting old tapes to DVD, even the smaller tapes from older camcorders. I can’t tell you how excited to learn that those recordings wouldn’t be lost forever! So I picked out a few older tapes that we didn’t have equipment to play anymore and sent them into YesVideo.

I can’t tell you how much it means to me to be able to watch these videos again. My oldest child is out of the house, my son is a Junior in high school, and my 2 youngest will be teenagers in just a few short years. The years go by so quickly. I love that YesVideo has helped me be able to enjoy home videos from when they were all little.

Not only did they send me a dvd for each of the tapes sent in, but they also uploaded the videos online so I can easily share them with family and friends.

Here are a few snippets from the videos that YesVideo was able to preserve for me.

This video is of my son in the school play. They did The Wizard of Oz that year. He was in kindergarten at the time and played a Munchkin! Watching the video again makes this mama’s heart melt a little. He was such a cutie!

This next video is from my middle daughters kindergarten literacy program. As part of the program, they performed several cute songs for the parents. I am so grateful to be able to watch this again and remember how small and adorable she was.

The final video I sent off was from my oldest daughter’s first marching band mini camp. They had just gotten the music that afternoon and it was impressive to see how far they got in just a few hours. Marching band is huge in our family. My husband and I met in Beavercreek’s High School marching band. My oldest daughter and son have been blessed to go through the same program, with the same director no-less. We love the fall because it means turning into band groupies and going to all the marching band competitions. So I love that YesVideo was able to save this special home video from such a fun time in my oldest daughter’s high school career.

If it weren’t for YesVideo, these memories would have been lost to us. I was so happy to have discovered YesVideo and have several more tapes I will be sending off to them soon to convert to DVD.   I love how easy they make the whole process and was pleased with how well the videos turned out.

Do you have some old home video tapes lying around that you would love to have converted to DVD?  The process is quick and easy with YesVideo.  You can learn more about their video conversion service at the following links.

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YesVideo would like to bless one lucky A Heart Full of Love reader with a $50 YesVideo Gift Card so you can try out their service for yourself.  Entry is easy through the Rafflecopter form.  The giveaway is open to US residents only and ends Monday July 28, 2014 at 11:59 pm EST.

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Disclosure: This review and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divas and YesVideo. I received the featured service free of charge to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% mine.

20 thoughts on “Preserve Your Precious Memories With YesVideo #DivaMemories

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  3. Sharon Kaminski

    I would convert my 40th birthday party video to DVD.

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  4. Rita Spratlen

    I have so many tapes from the VCR with pictures and things on them. This is neat. I would love to have this and am going to check into them for doing this.

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  5. Sarah Carter

    I would send my baby videos to YesVideo so that I can preserve those precious memories forever!

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  6. kristen mcclary

    i would be sending my sons kindergarten graduation that is something i definenlty want to remember forever

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  7. Lisa V.

    I would send one of my dad’s navy films that he made when he served in Vietnam.

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  8. Marthalynn

    Both of my parents have passed away, and we have lots of old family footage of them on outdated tapes. it would be so special to be able to convert these so that we could watch them. I only wish we’d done it while they were still alive. I would love to have them narrate the old films while we watch because I’m sure they had lots of stories and memories to share.

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  9. Shannon F

    I have some video tapes from my daughters first few years that I recorded on an old video camera that I would love to transfer! Thanks for the chance!

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  10. Erin M

    I would love to convert my parents wedding video into a DVD.

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  11. Barbara Fox

    We took a lot of vacation videos so I’m not sure what’s on any of them!

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  13. Debra Guillen

    I would send a VHS of my son’s first year which was captured 25 years ago.

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  14. Bryan E.

    Thanks for the giveaway…would use to convert an old VHS tape of an episode of a talk show that I appeared on in the ’80’s.

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