Multimedia Development Studio
The Raether Library and Information Technology Center provides access to a number of valuable resources. Among them is the Multimedia Development Studio. This is an open-access facility that provides students and faculty with an array of editing and authoring tools that can be used on many multimedia projects.
This entry will briefly outline what these tools are. In the Multimedia Development Studio there are four workstations that you can utilize. These are:
-Video Editing Station: At this station you can perform video capturing functions. Here you can import a miniDV or take clips from a video file. Afterwards you can edit the files to create your own multimedia project. For help using the video station please refer to my colleague, Tashi Genden's, post Capturing a Scene from a DVD, or my post on digitizing a VHS tape How to Digitize a VHS Tape. For general blog entries regarding video please browse our Video Category.
-Audio Editing Station: At this station you can edit audio files, make audio cassette copies, and capture sound from LPs. For help using the audio station please look into my colleague, Dobromir Trifonov's, blog entry Recording Cassete Tapes and Vinyl LP's to a Hard Drive in Digital format or our documentation for Audacity. For general blog entries regarding audio, please browse our Audio Section.
-Scanning Station:At this station you can scan pictures and slides and then edit them instantaneously. For helpful hints regarding scanners please refer to our Scanning Section
Below is a video of the Multimedia Development Studio with which you can familiarize yourself with the facility.
If you are unfamiliar with the library, below you will find a map of the library's Level 1.To learn more about the Multimedia Development Studio please e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by our office in room 134 in the library.
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