Title: "Couple right at home with home-base business"
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Business Spot Light&by Katherine R. Dougan
Home Video Studio is nested in a quiet subdivision in Byram. The clam exterior of Roy and Trudy Wilsons home is in no way indicative of the high-tech business that is churning away inside the home. Home Video Studios slogan is that they offer Video services for everyone. Whether you realize it or not, you probably need Home Video Studios service. However, you might not realize you needed them until you put try to put a photo scrapbook and find you have a photos on an old computer system or stuck on a camera card. You might want still photos made from a VCR tape, or you might want that whole bunch of stuff put on a DVD. The Wilsons do that. And more. Our bread and butter is video [tape] conversion to DVD, Trudy Wilson said. Home Video Studio creates Keepsakes DVDs for which the Wilsons can scan photos, add music, edit video covers to the video and add special effects. Sumer-time brings class reunions season, and classes come to the Wilsons for reunion DVDs complete with class songs, photographs, and other video mementoes. Here is a DVD waiting to be picked up Roy Wilson said. The DVD he; referring to is a for a class of 2001 10 year reunion. The Wilsons also can make video productions for use on Facebook or YouTube social media. People can put the videos on their Facebook page and share with family members or friends or anybody. Trudy said. And Home Video Studio makes wedding videos before, during, or after-the-fact DVDs. When people cant come to a wedding, the video brings the wedding to them, she said. The Wilsons leave disposable cameras on the tables at weddings and then put the photos together. Along with the video and photos they take at the ceremony, into a keepsake-wedding album . The Wilsons services are also requested for video camera interviews. For examples, when an elderly person is diagnosed with Alzheimers disease, they want a record their story on video while their memories of the events are still fresh in their minds., Trudy notes. Sometimes people will want to talk about the war, and theyll record a video for their family, she continues, We did one [video] from am Africa trip, she said. Sometimes a person chooses to come to the Wilsons studio where Trudy or Roy can conduct a one-on-one video interview. The Wilsons are equipped and trained to design and print the sleeve for a DVDs packaging; they also can custom print the cover fo a DVD and they include a customized menu for the DVD selections. The Couple also produces photo montages, corporate videos and message production. They have filled request for video of music recitals and performances; and they offer duplications services for the DVDs. For video that will be played frequently, the Wilsons can put the video on a Gold Archival DVD, which is supposed to last 100 years, Trudy said, adding that the gold archival DVD is virtually scratch free. The Wilsons got into their home-based business by first doing research about home-base businesses. They learned that Home Video Studio was one of the 20 top home-based business franchises, and the business was a perfect fit for the couples skills. Roy had long been passionate about computers, and he is also a photographer. And Trudy, who thrives on marketing and business, loves the idea of a home-based business. Home Video Studios website describes the business franchise as a a family-friendly turnkey home-base video services business than can be full or part-time. The business , and the training courses required for it keep the couple busy and happy. The franchise requires advanced training for software, video marketing, and business Trudy said. In addition to making a living, Trudy confessed the business fulfills a childhood dream fro her. As a child, I always wanted ti make a movie, she said.