How To Open a Record Shop

With the sale of vinyl records enjoying a resurgence in popularity, it’s the right time to open a record shop if you can find a busy location and carry a wide-ranging inventory of different musical styles. (No Ratings Yet)

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How To Rent Videos from Blockbuster Video

Need to watch a newly released movie at home but cannot afford the price of a full purchase? There’s nothing to worry about. There are a lot of options now. You can rent that movie for less than half the price of a regular purchase. Blockbuster Video has this feature. The business, which was founded […]

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How To Organize a Classic Cinema Showcase

It’s not yet goodbye for the good old days of classic American cinema. Although people are more interested in watching movies online or renting DVDs, you can still organize a classic cinema or movie theater. Showcase the classic films from New Line, Regal, and other big movie producers without the need to setup a very […]

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How To Join the Survivor Reality Show Audition

We have watched a number of reality shows on TV but we have no idea how auditions are conducted. Auditions for the Survivor reality show is no exception. This reality show requires that the contestants are competitive, fearless, intelligent, and fit. The competition is stiff but the pot money for the Survivor is one million […]

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How To Do Cassette Storage

Even with the best of efforts, you probably won’t be able to do much to preserve your beloved video tape library the way that it is. Keeping your audio and video tapes in good working order requires constant attention. It does not just involve leaving tapes in labeled boxes or a cassette rack until you […]

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How To Transfer Movies from VHS to DVD

VHS tapes and video cassette recorders are an obsolete technology. But if you’ve been a video file in the 1980’s, or at least have a lot of family videos still stored on VHS, you might want to transfer to a newer, more reliable technology, which is DVD (and arguably, high definition DVDs in the future). […]

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How To Copy VHS Home Videos to DVDs

VCRs have long been replaced by newer technologies such as the DVD player so it would be pointless to still preserve your home videos in the VHS format. Besides, VHS tapes are easily damaged by dust, moisture and molds as compared to the more compact and sturdy discs. Copying your VHS home videos to DVDs […]

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How To Convert VHS to DVD – Transferring VHS Tapes

For most people, it was the Video CD (VCD) that spelled the slow death of VCR players and their erstwhile companions–the VHS tapes. And then came the DVD players, and now the Blu-ray players, which practically released the guillotine down the VHS tape’s neck. Thus, the VCR-VHS is as good as gone. Yet, some of […]

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Converting VHS to DVD: Recorders and Recording Equipment

Learn How To Transfer Video to DVD VCRs are seeing their last days as are the VHS tapes made to play in them. Many manufacturers have stopped making them altogether as DVD and Blu-ray increased the quality and capacity of recording and playback equipment. There are a few options for converting your VHS tapes to […]

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How To Convert a VHS Tape to DVD

Do you have some home videos in VHS format? Well, hold your horses. Don’t just throw away those old tapes. You can still preserve them and further enhance their quality. Eventually, you can keep them for posterity or you can share them as wonderful keepsakes to your family and friends. Here are some suggestions on […]

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