Edit: And they are spoken for! That was quick!

Hello community!

As the title states, looking for someone or a local service to convert these VHS tapes to digital for the Internet Archive.

My collection is much larger (image below), but the 17 tapes in the main image aren’t archived yet (as far as I can tell with the DDoS attacks) and I am hoping to be a good netizen and contribute to the cause.

Side note, I will be parting away with my entire collection of ~80 VHS for free (or by donation to the Greater Vancouver Food Bank). If this interests you and you’re in the lower mainland, let me know! :)

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      Thanks for the tip! Unfortunately I’m recovering from burnout so if I were to rely on myself to get it done, they’ll remain in my closet for another 5+ years. Was hoping to find someone in the community who has the set up already and is as passionate for archival as I am. :)

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    And they are spoken for! That was quick!

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    1 month ago

    This was really cool, nice collection :)

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    The Book of Pooh! You’ve unlocked a deep memory of watching parts of the original at an IKEA lounge. I think I later borrowed it and some other volumes from a library.

    I think we also had Babe: Pig in the City in our collection when I was a kid, though I never watched it.