Copy Data from Old Media to USB Drive, Done In-House!

As technology changes, we all have to change with it, but what about all that old technology? Lots of people still have floppy disks from their first computer or media cards from that old digital camera. Don't lose those files! Get them copied to something you can use.

Bring us your:

  • Media cards like SD, MicroSD, Memory Stick, Compact Flash, xD, and many more
  • Data CDs and DVDs
  • Computer floppy disks
  • Zip drive
  • Hard drive camcorders
  • Computer Hard drives (internal and external)

We'll copy off those files whether they are images, videos, or documents and put them on a USB drive so you can save them (and so you can get rid of those old media formats taking up space).

Data discs cards floppy duplication copy

Media Cards - SD, Memory Stick, more

Hey, let's talk about memory cards! These little guys are total lifesavers when it comes to storing and transferring data. With their compact size, you can easily pop them into your camera, phone, or other device to save all your precious photos and files. But here's the thing - it's very important to copy off the data from your SD cards regularly. Why? Well, SD cards can be delicate and get corrupted, meaning you could lose all your important data. By regularly backing up your data, you can make sure your memories and important files are always safe and sound.

Not sure what you have? We'll be happy to copy off your video and photo files, then give them back on the Cloud or a USB drive.

SD XD Compact Flash Media Cards Copy

We reached out to Video MVP to digitize a wide variety of obsolete forms and media. Quality of the output was outstanding. Well documented and very easy to download. Customer service was excellent. They were very easy to work with, transparent on pricing and very responsive. We would highly recommend VideoMVP to anyone.

Bradley H. - Indianapolis, IN   

Data DVD and CD Discs

Sure, we all know DVDs and CDs can hold video and audio, but years ago they were used to hold data like documents, photos and software. They offered a high storage capacity for their day. However, like all physical storage media, CDs and DVDs can be susceptible to scratches, fading, and other forms of damage that can lead to data loss. Additionally, as technology has progressed, many modern computers no longer include optical disc drives, which can make it difficult to access data stored on older CDs and DVDs.

We're here to help! Consider getting those files off CDs and DVDs to newer, more reliable storage solutions such as external hard drives, cloud storage, or USB drives.

Data DVD and CD Copy Files

Floppy Disks (3.5")

Floppy disks were once the standard storage solution for personal computers and were popular in the 1980s and 1990s. They were used to store and transfer small amounts of data such as text documents and simple graphics. However, their limited storage capacity and slow transfer speeds meant that they quickly became outdated. You may still have some of those laying around.

Who knows what memories may be on them? You can find out by having that data copied to a USB drive or the Cloud. Go back in time and enjoy some old school data.

Floppy Disks Copy

Zip Drives (100MB and 250MB)

After floppy disks and before Data CDs, there was this device. The Zip Drive (made by Iomega) brought a new kind of drive and a new kind of disk capable of holding 100MB! That was a lot compared to the 1.44MB of the floppy disk. Later Iomega developed an even larger disk which held 250MB.

So if you have some these disks, all is NOT lost. We can copy off the data on them and you can enjoy the files again!

Zip Drive Disks Copy

Need to Convert Files to Another Type?

We can convert your old file formats to new ones. Document types like .DOC, .XLS, and .PPT can be convert to .PDF files. Image files like .BMP, .GIF, .HEIF and others can be converted to .JPG, .TIF, and .PDF. We can also convert old audio and video formats to more modern, compatible file types like .MP3 and .MP4.

Convert File Types, PDF

Hard Drive Camcorders

When camcorder video tapes began to evolve into digital video files, internal storage camcorders became popular. The flaw with these cameras was that early on, they did not have any kind of removable storage. Today we would assume they had an SD card or some other removable memory stick, but no, just an internal hard drive. The files could only be accessed by connecting the camcorder to a computer. Some video files were saved as less common formats, so they could not just be copied off. Files needed to be converted using software provided by the manufacturer.

Fear not! Those camcorder memories are not lost. We can copy off the original video files, and if needed, converted them to a modern video format such as MP4. Be sure to bring in all your accessory cables and software if you have it, and we will determine how much video the camcorder contains.

Hard Drive Camcorders Copy Files

Phone (iPhone and Android)

People record everything on their phones. From videos to photos to voice messages, smart phones are too convenient not to use for recording. However, phone data can be vulnerable to accidental deletion, damage, or loss due to hardware failure or software issues. It's important to regularly backup your phone data. Sometimes getting those video files off your phone can be difficult.

Let us help. We can copy all those files to USB drive. If you want to convert a video to another format or just one clip, we can do that too. If you want a video on DVD or Blu-ray Disc, we can handle it. Whatever your need, you've found the right place.

iPhone and Android Phone Photo Video Copy

I have given you reviews and recommendations to everyone I know involved in old media and on Nextdoor app as well. I will continue to spread my very positive experience and continue to thank you for all the past work you have done for me and for things still to do. ... Having you put my memories of loved ones in a state where I can see and hear them once more ... well, you would have to be my age and my state of life to know what that means. Thank you.

Myrna M. - Muncie, IN