Michelle,
We've used a company called TapHere to do some format conversion for us. 
http://www.taphere.com/

Erika
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Erika Peterson
Director of Media Resources
Carrier Library,  James Madison University
(540) 568-6770
http://www.lib.jmu.edu/media

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Subject: [Videolib] transferring VHS to DVD

Hello,

We recently acquired VHS tapes that we have gained copyright clearance to 
transfer to DVDs. Does anyone have experience with a particular company that 
specializes in doing this, for colleges?

Any leads would be appreciated.
Thank you,
Michelle Ehrenpreis
Media Librarian
Molloy College
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