What we do
VideoAncestry provides cloud storage services to allow you to preserve memories and family values for yourself or loved ones that have moved on.
Why we are here
Everyone has someone that they wish they could see one more time. One day you will be that person that your "greats greats" want to see or hear. Videoancestry provides a way for you to let future generations see you, hear you, and know you.
How we operate
VideoAncestry maintains a global footprint of storage around the world with several storage providers. We maintain multiple copies of your information to ensure we can pass along your stories, recipes, or other digital items you want to share.
Today, more than ever before, we have the ability to build new tomorrows. Beyond our physical limits, we can impart to future generations the things that were significant in our lives. VideoAncestry just has one task on hand. We'll make sure you can convey information that is significant to you.
We wish to include everyone in this wonderful endeavour by offering limited free services as we grow. Sign Up!
Written notes can be less immersive and expressive than audio messages. They are able to accurately capture the mood and passion of the occasion, which can aid to vividly recall the recollection in a way that written notes might not.
When someone is on the run or in a circumstance where they don't have access to a pen and paper, audio messages may be simpler to create than written notes.
If the recipient is unable to read or write, audio messages may be more practical to review afterwards. To jog their memory of the event, they only need to listen to the recording.Sign Up!
Build your legacy.
Important family records, such birth certificates, marriage licenses, and military records, can give a person useful information about their family history and assist to tell the tale of their ancestors. Keeping these records can help future generations understand this history.
Information needed for legal or financial reasons may be found in important family documents. A will may be required to determine how to transfer a person's assets after death, for instance, while a birth certificate may be required to apply for a passport or driver's license. By storing them, you may make sure that they are accessible when you need them.
Important family papers may be at risk of destruction or loss as a result of accidents, natural catastrophes, or other unforeseen circumstances.Sign Up!
You are something incredible to someone you haven't even met, let us introduce you to generations.
VideoAncestry is a globally diverse storage project, designed with 100 year+ storage goals.