IT Center Multimedia Stations
There are three types of multimedia editing stations located in the IT Center in Rush Rhees Library Room G-112.
Scanning, Graphics and Web Authoring Stations
Supporting course-related and personal projects that require page layout, scanning, graphics, animation, and web page development.
- Macintosh and Windows stations Flatbed scanners
- 8.5" x 11"
- 11" x 14"
- Multi-page Document Feeder
- Slide/Negative scanners
- CD/DVD burning
- University Printing System
- Black and white laser printing
- Color printing
- Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
- Browsers (Firefox, Internet Explorer/Win, Safari/Mac)
- File Transfer (Macintosh - Cyberduck, Windows - SSH Secure File Transfer)
- Graphics and Scanning (Photoshop, Fireworks)
- Optical Character Recognition (Read IRIS)
- Portable Document Format (Acrobat)
- Desktop Publishing (InDesign)
- Web Development (Dreamweaver)
- Drawing (Illustrator,Freehand)
- Animation (Flash)
Video Editing Stations
Providing the ability to create and edit academic, creative or personal video-related projects that can be exported to the web, or back to video tape.
- Video dubbing station
Media transfer station
- VHS/SVHS - transfer beteween NTSC, PAL, SECAM
- transfer between mini-DV, VHS/SVHS
- Macintosh video editing stations (mini-DV)
- Video capture and editing (Macintosh - iMovie, Windows - Vegas Video, Quicktime Pro)
- DVD creation (Macintosh - iDVD, Windows - DVD Architect)
- Animation (Powerpoint, Flash)
Audio Editing Stations
Offering the resources to edit existing music, record original music, or mix soundtracks for use in academic or creative projects.
- Macintosh and Windows audio stations with access to dual cassette tape deck
- Audio capture and editing (Macintosh - Garage Band, Windows - Sound Forge)