Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) October 18, 2012
Today YesVideo, the global leader in video and photo digitization, officially announces its integration with Facebook’s Timeline. As consumers transfer their millions of home movies through the YesVideo service each year, they now have the ability to instantly select and publish these precious family moments on their Facebook Timelines based on the date of event.
The YesVideo service indexes the hours of vintage home movies into logical events as they are converted to digital. This allows the user to time-stamp meaningful events and immediately post their life histories on Facebook. YesVideo believes the seamless integration with Facebook Timeline will change the way users share their stories online, bringing past milestones into a more modern forum to be relived as part of their online personas.
YesVideo’s digital transfer services are available directly through its website or via the company’s convenient photo retail locations such as CVS/pharmacy and Costco. Customers can drop off the following forms of vintage media and have them digitized and stored in YesVideo’s free, unlimited cloud storage system:
Currently, one in five YesVideo users find out about the service through Facebook. The Silicon Valley-based firm’s decision to integrate with Facebook will add rich video memories to Timeline that can date all the way back to the 1920’s.
“Previously, Facebook Timeline hosted current milestones like a recent marriage or start of a new job,” Michael Chang, CEO of YesVideo said. “But we’ve made it easy to include every significant life event and its accompanying video clips, ranging from your own first steps as a baby all the way to present day.”
To get started with YesVideo, bring your personal media to any CVS/pharmacy or Costco, or visit http://www.YesVideo.com to order an EasyShip Kit. To connect with the YesVideo community online, visit Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/yesvideo and Twitter: @yesvideo.
YesVideo is the global leader in video transferring and sharing. The company’s patented technology allows them to efficiently transfer personal videos at scale. Customers may then view, edit and share their videos in the cloud. YesVideo has unlocked billions of classic family video moments and life events for seven million customers already.
Consumers may drop off their personal film (8mm, 16mm, VHS, Beta, etc), prints, slides and photo albums at one of YesVideo’s 34,000 retail locations, or online at YesVideo.com. All material received by YesVideo go through either the East Coast production facility, located in Norcross, GA or the West Coast production facility, located in Santa Clara, CA.