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Legacybox Review: A Simple and Reliable Solution for Digital Preservation

Learn about our experience with Legacybox, a service that helps you digitize your analog media. We share tips and what to expect when sending in your old photos, videos, and tapes.

Written by Amar

With the continual development and increase in technology, gadgets, and gizmos, Amar never has a dull day researching new gadgets. Being an enthusiastic gamer, traveler, soccer lover, and avid car driver means that he always looks for the next cool thing to try out.

3 comments on “Legacybox Review: A Simple and Reliable Solution for Digital Preservation”

  1. We investigated our options at the end of last year and chose LegacyBox to digitize all of our family video’s from Super 8 and 8mm. We never received our originals back that were shipped with the first USB. They replaced the USB with what they had, but lost our original videos of our children. They quit reaching out to us and will only reply with “there is still has an open claim with the USPS”. LegacyBox never mentioned that the videos would be returned vis USPS or we would have chosen another vendor. This is heart breaking.

  2. I need to know if they compress, or do you get a wav file? Do they do noise reduction?

    Also, do you know of a Los Angeles or Orange County based company that converts audio cassette to digital?

    I’m not preserving memories. I need to convert professional cassette demos of songs I wrote so I cam submit them to a current project.

    Because of the internet, I cannot find a local professional in the Hollywood area to do that level/quality of work!

    It’s insane how google and Bing took over and now you can’t find local studios.

    Thanks for any info you might have!

    Stacey O’Brien

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