Digital Media Solutions
provides personalized support for businesses, families and individuals with fully edited, authored and indexed, digital productions. Whether it is preserving or archiving photographs, videos or digital media, creating and distributing company training, advertising or operating materials, we can provide you with reliable digital media solutions.

SERVICES

Personal Solutions

Professionally transfer your videotapes, photographs, or films, to high quality, long lasting DVD.

Business Solutions

A variety of customized services for businesses, educational institutions, government agencies, museums, and law enforcement agencies.

Duplication Services

Offering DVD duplication services with simple black and white printing or full color printing on the disc surface.

ABOUT

DVD Producer Spotlight

Liz Skarzynski, owner/producer of Digital Media Solutions, LLC

Liz Skarzynski is the owner/producer of Digital Media Solutions, LLC.  She is conveniently located in Fairfield County, Connecticut and has lived in the New England area for over 30 years.  She has over 20 years of corporate experience and extensive exposure to the latest advances in digital technology.

Digital Photo Scrapbooks

Create a production on DVD using your photos, videos, films, slides and documents. We add The right music, special effects, titles and graphics to bring the presentation to life. A great way to share your memories with family and friends

  • Weddings
  • Anniversaries
  • Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
  • Home Movie Film
  •  Birthdays
  • Vacations
  • Sports
  • Special Occasions

Did you know?

  • Fact #1

    Videotape will begin to significantly degrade and lose picture quality in as little as twelve years.

  • Fact #2

    “Pre-recorded DVD outsells VHS by 4 to 1!” National retailers such as Circuit City are actually discontinuing the sale of all VHS products.

  • Fact #3

    Standard 8 mm film, also known as Regular 8 mm film, Double 8 mm film, Double Regular 8 mm film, or simply as Standard-8or Regular-8, is a film format originally developed by the Eastman Kodak company and released onto the market in 1932.  In the mid 1960’s Super 8 was introduced as a replacement to regular 8mm.
  • Fact #4

  • Fact #5

    Images on DVD last up to 100 years, ten times longer than videotape.