Learn How To Preserve Your Old Home Movies At Carteret Library

CARTERET — Don’t lose your photographic memories because technology is moving faster than you are. Save your photographs and movies by converting them into DVDs, a more permanent solution to preserving your pictures.

Digital Memory Media (DDM), a division of Innovative Document LLP, will provide a Digital Conversion Session at the Carteret Public Library, on Thursday, June 7. The event time is 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. DMM professionals will be on hand to answer questions.

DDM specializes in converting older media formats (i.e., VHS tapes, slides, photos, albums, 8mm and 16mm movies) to DVDs. Older media formats eventually break down, corrode and wear out. However, DVDs are long-lasting, can be played on computers and televisions and have enhanced quality.

There will be a drawing for a free digital camera, and the first 20 arrivals will receive a free 1 gigabyte flash drive.

The library will receive 20% of the gross sales of this session.

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