Does UCLA have facilities to transfer VHS to DVD
Teaching Enhancement Center: http://www.oid.ucla.edu/tec/ Faculty or other instructors of undergraduate courses are welcome to use the video station Powell 160. With faculty permission, student assistants may also use the lab. The video station includes a Mac (with iMovie/iDVD/Final Cut/DVD Studio Pro) and a PC (with Premiere and Windows Movie Maker) and can be used to transfer video between VHS and DV formats, edit video and burn DVDs. Please call to make an appointment at (310) 206-4599.
The Office of Instructional Development: http://www.oid.ucla.edu also has a Media Conversion Grant program in which faculty who teach regularly scheduled undergraduate courses may annually apply to have one hundred 35mm slides or two hours of videotape digitized and delivered on CD (slides) or DVD (video).
For more information, see the OID Media Conversion Grants page: http://www.oid.ucla.edu/units/tec/oidmediagrants/
Humanities faculty and TAs: Can get help converting VHS to DVD (or any other media conversion need) from the Center for Digital Humanities in the Instructional Technology Consultant (ITC) lab, located in 1041 Public Policy Building. Appointments can be made to use the media stations in the ITC lab, or instructors can ask their ITC to process the media for them. Depending on the amount requested, turnaround time is generally 3-5 days. To schedule an appointment or request help with conversion, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or your ITC <http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/itc>. Drop-in hours (no appointment necessary) in 1041 PPB are also available from 10am-4pm daily.