Transfers and Conversions in Jacksonville

Meet Easy Edit Video President and Owner David Zuckerman as he shows you his team’s duplication, transfer, and conversion rack – the largest facility for transfer and conversions services in Jacksonville, Florida.

The holidays are right around the corner. What better gift than to preserve memories now before your old vhs tapes and other forms of old media you may have that are collecting dust deteriorate further?

Watch this short video to learn more about the transfer and conversion process from David Zuckerman, Easy Edit Video’s President and owner.

Give David a call today. Just in time for the holidays!

Hi, I’m David Zuckerman, president and owner of Easy Edit Video here in Jacksonville, Florida. I am standing at our duplication and our transfer and conversion rack. We are the largest transfer and conversion facility in northeast Florida.

What you are looking at are multiple VCRs and multiple recorders. The objective is that you bring in your old tapes, any consumer grade format, any professional grade format. We will then take your tape and convert it to either a dvd so you can watch it on your DVD player, or we can convert it to a digital MP 4 file.

So you can take that file, plug it into your smart tv, or plug it into your computer, and you can watch your video.

We handle a wide range of formats. We are fast, we are efficient, we are affordable, and every single transfer and conversion is quality control. We check to guarantee the quality.

Old Tapes: Dispose or Recycle?

Once you transfer all your tapes to DVD or USB Flashdrive, it’s time to get rid of them. 

So Now What??

Yes videotapes are recyclable…but its difficult to do, and easier said than done.
When it comes to recycling, video and audio tapes are not accepted in any local recycling program. 
This means you will need to find a techno-trash specialist recycling service which recycles old technology in an environmentally friendly way.

Or, you can look for a waste-to-energy incineration recycling plant where they will be burned to produce green energy. In both cases there is nothing locally in Jacksonville. The good news is video and audio tapes are not considered household hazardous waste and can be tossed in the garbage.  Just make sure your tapes do not contain personal information.