For graphic, design, poster printing, and Adobe products, call x2271.
For video productions, screen capture video, video editing, and creating video content for the classroom, call x5943
The IMS Production staff is available to assist faculty, staff and students with media related projects such as:
- Multimedia equipment for checkout or in-classroom use
- Capturing your video for Final Cut X editing
- Training on how to use basic video equipment
- Converting your content to syndicate to online sites such as YouTube
- Consultation services on video and audio systems and services
- Graphic design assistance
- Large-format color poster printing
- PowerPoint presentations
- Slide/Flat bed scanning
- Screen capture video presentations
- Preparing audio and video for internet, DVD and CD-ROM applications
You can see how students are using the different technologies in the media lab for their learning outcomes and class projects by watching the video below.
The resources below are to assist you in creating and publishing videos.
You can also watch this video tutorial that will guide you through the process of importing, editing, and exporting your video files.
2. Compress Your Video - After you finish creating your video, you might need to take your large video file down to a size that can be consumed on the internet by students, staff, and faculty. This is helpful if you are uploading a video to Dropbox, Blackboard, Podcast, Streamer, or Tasktream.
Our Mac/PC video compression guide gives you different options on how to create a compressed file.
3. Publish Your Video - There are several ways to post your video online. See the USD Publishing Guide that explains the different options.
If you have a YouTube account, you can upload huge files from the Media Lab and YouTube will convert the video. After your video has uploaded to YouTube, you can publish your content as "unlisted" which means your video will only be accessible to those you give the link to. In other words, your video will not be publicly available if searched for on YouTube.com nor will it show as a public video in your user account.
Contact X5943 if you have any questions about any of these resources that relate to your project.