National Video Centre has been established in Canberra in 1988. As a demand for VHS video duplication was very high at the time, tape duplication was one of the NVC’s main priorities.
As time went by the turn to digital media made NVC to reconsider it’s VHS orientated policy. NVC’s DVD production facilities were one of the first in town. Originally based in Phillip, as demand for space increased, NVC has relocated to Fisher shops premises, where it has been sucessfully operated until 2005.
As the original founder has decided to retire, NVC has been purchased by AAA Duplication, another Canberra based video business. Two businesses have been merged into one. From the year 2006 National Video Centre Pty Ltd. (trading as AAA Duplication) is located at 30 Grylls Crescent, Cook and run by Victor Speranski, founder and manager of AAA.