Monday, December 15, 2014

There May Still Be Time for Video Gifts!

Here’s some good news! Our elves are ready to work overtime and their union doesn’t mind! If you call today, we’ll do everything in our power to get your video gift done for Christmas! We're your local video services provider and we love seeing you enjoy the treasures of precious memories for Christmas! But call soon!

Do you need some ideas?

Tape to DVD transfers. This is a great gift idea! Your video tapes (VHS, VHS-C, 8mm, Mini DV’s, etc.) transferred onto convenient and durable Platinum Archival DVDs. These have attractive packaging too, making them a perfect Holiday gift!

Copies. Good stocking stuffers! And so convenient for last second gifts! Extras are a phone call away!

A Photo Video Keepsake. Photos. Music. Titles. This is truly a one-of-a-kind gift. Imagine grandparents, parents and children enjoying what would surely be the centerpiece of your occasion.

Not sure? We offer attractive Gift Certificates as well!

Don't wait! Call us today!

Don’t need your project by Christmas? Call and ask about our EEI special! (Elf Economy Initiative) We have some really good elves in the workshop and we'd like to keep them busy, even after the holiday season. Have you been waiting to “get around” to transferring your 8mm, Super8, or 16mm to DVD? Do you have tapes that need to be transferred? What about 35mm slides? If you bring them in now for delivery after the first of the year we'll make sure you receive a generous discount!

Don’t forget! When your holiday gatherings are over you will have plenty of video on your phones and tablets. Don't leave them there! Call us today to discuss safe options for storing your precious memories.

Finally, we want to wish you and your loved ones a most blessed Holiday Season! We thank you for your support this past year and look forward to seeing you in the coming year!



Your local Home Video Studio is part of the world's leading international video production services franchise. We have studios located in the United States, Canada and Sweden. Home Video Studio provides video production and post production services for consumers, businesses, schools, churches, and other organizations!

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The affordability of consumer video camcorders has become so reasonable that almost every household and business has one. Hours and hours of video exists on a variety of formats.

Whether you have hard drive, mini-DVD, mini-DV, 8mm, VHS-C, VHS or Beta, Home Video Studio can edit your video into a professional value-added product. Our studios can even use special effects, include music and put in titles to add some extra touches to the video you bring in. Let us edit your video and turn it into a keepsake to remember!

About Home Video Studio - Visalia

Arthur Zepeda, Owner/Video Artist

Your local Home Video Studio offers a wide range of professional video production services to consumers and businesses alike. We value our customers and want to thank you for being a part of our success!
Home Video Studio strives to make your experience with us enjoyable and truly memorable. Our specialties include video production, video editing, home movie and video transfers, CD and DVD duplication, and much more! For all of your video needs, call Home Video Studio today for an appointment!


HVS Top 5 Christmas Villains

HVS Top 5 Christmas Villains

Christmas is a time for peace and goodwill – except in the movies. Whether catching a Holiday movie in a theater or rewatching a classic on television we love our Holiday Hooligans and our Merry Misers. Imagine a Christmas movie where everyone just opened gifts and ate chocolate. We’d be asleep before the first Noel! That’s why Christmas villains are some of the best villains in the world. Here are a few of the most memorable.

The Grinch – (How the Grinch Stole Christmas”) He’s mean, he’s green, and so heartless he even took the last can of Who Hash. Now that’s a villain!

Ebenezer Scrooge - (“A Christmas Carol”) Scrooge’s villainy is the most famous. His last name still stands for miserliness and misanthropy. His oft spoken outburst “Bah, humbug!” is still found on the lips of shoppers stuck at the mall on Christmas Eve.

Mr. Potter - (“It’s a Wonderful Life”) Like Scrooge, Potter is dedicated to his bank account. But he is also civic minded – making sure not to provide assistance to middle class and poor – as it, in his words, produces a “discontented, lazy rabble instead of a thrifty working class.”

Scut Farkas - (“A Christmas Story”) Yellow eyes, evil laugh. But Ralphie gave him his just desserts. Let’s hope he got a lump of coal in his stocking.

Hans Gruber (“Die Hard”) Hans is an 80’s German terrorist who takes company Christmas partygoers hostage at a Los Angeles office tower in a plot to steal $640 million. $640 million? Isn’t that what an NFL quarterback makes a year these days?