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I’ve been a YesVideo customer for over a year now, slowly transferring all our old VHS and film to DVD and digital. Unlike my forays into scrapbooking (I put the crap in scrapbooking), this venture is going pretty well!
I think it’s going so well because I just put our old home movies in a box, ship them to YesVideo, and they do everything else. That works great. That I can excel at.
One of the best features of using YesVideo as my transfer service is the app. I have it installed on my iPad and on my iPhone. I’ve been enjoying the ease of watching and sharing my family movies right from my phone.
Also, I can now take snapshots from videos and easily share to Instagram, Facebook, email, or to my iPhone as a photo. These features are really cool for #ThrowbackThursdays on social media.
It’s easy to share multiple chapters from my movies or make a gif. I’ll spare you my sad attempts at making a gif until next time.
I don’t know why I would need a gif, but my kids assure me they are “totes cool”, like on Buzzworthy or UpFeed or whatever those listicle sites that ate the Internet are called.
The coolest about the new YesVideo app is I can take a quick screenshot and turn something from an old home movie into a photo.
Before there were no pictures of our walk down the aisle or our vows, but now I can create as many as I want from our transferred wedding video!
And YesVideo recommends highlights that may have been buried within your video. Don’t ask me the science, but I think they have crazy awesome computers that do that.
Check out the free YesVideo app for yourself at the iTunes store. Also, learn more about how easy it is to save your old home movies using YesVideo.