Glorya Kaufman Hall Video Lab
The video lab is a fully supported, self-service video editing/dubbing facility that also provides short-term video camera loans to approved World Arts and Cultures/Dance students for research, experimentation and study within the department's scope. The video lab and its resources are not intended for commercial or interdepartmental use.
The lab is available via BruinCard access during regular Kaufman Hall hours of operation:
Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Sunday 12 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(The video lab is closed on campus holidays.)
Computer Work Stations
The computer work stations are Imac systems (3.1GHz processors, 16G memory, 21.5 inch Retina displays) equipped with Final Cut Pro X, Adobe Premiere and all major Macromedia applications running on Yosemite (10.10.1) operating system. Every station can capture video footage from SD cards, Station #1 & #6 can capture from DVCAM videocassettes.
Video Projector Checkout
Please contact William O'Loughlen, Kaufman Hall Video Lab Manager, if you need a projector for your class. A limited number of projectors are designated for student use.
External Hard Drives
The video lab does not provide external hard drives. The video lab manager strongly recommends you use an external hard drive to store and secure your work.
WACD Video Library
The video lab has access to videotapes dating back to the 1994-1995 academic years. For a complete list of the contents of our video library, please click the Library link below.
Special Event Documentation
The WACD video lab manager coordinates video documentation services for department-sponsored special events. The producer of the special event must schedule a meeting with the Senior Public Events Manager and the video lab manager at least 14 business days in advance of the requested shoot date to discuss the details.
According to policies set forth by the University of California's Events Office, location filming permits are required when videotaping anywhere on the UCLA campus, including inside Kaufman Hall. The only exception is the videotaping of rehearsals inside studios and theaters. Applications are available from the Events Office, located at 168 Kerckhoff Hall, or from the video lab manager. Completed applications are to be turned into the Events Office one week prior to your shooting dates. The permit fee will be waived for students shooting class related projects. All other projects may be assessed a fee.
Holiday Lab Closure
During closures, all files for all users on all computers will be erased. Please make arrangements to transfer your valuable data to your own storage devices prior to this date.
One final note: access to lab facilities and equipment is a privilege, not a right. Any infraction of any of the guidelines set forth in this document may result in the suspension or termination of lab privileges.