If you’re like me, you probably have a pile of VHS tapes full of memories like your baby’s first steps or that first wobbly bicycle ride down the sidewalk. But the problem with VHS tape is time. Time is the enemy. Over time, tape begins to break down and sooner or later the video will be lost. Depending on storage conditions, VHS tape can start to deteriorate in as little as 10 years. First the color will start to fade, next tracking becomes difficult, and finally the tape will become brittle and break. (Go here for everything you ever wanted to know about VHS tape.) So gather your tapes, organize them by date, and start copying them to DVD before it’s too late. It’s easy to do. Studio 300 has all the necessary equipment to transfer VHS to DVD and we will show you how to do it!