Media Lab

The Media Lab offers current versions of industry-leading production software.

Edit photos, videos, audio and design files on one of six 27-inch iMacs. Get help when you need it from one of our media assistants, available afternoons and evenings seven days a week. The Media Lab is always open during regular library hours.

Apple

GarageBand – audio editing
iMovie – video editing
iPhoto – image editing
iDVD – publishing to disc
Compressor  – advanced file encoding
Motion – motion graphics and video effects

Adobe CC

AfterEffects – motion graphics and video effects
Illustrator – graphic design and illustration
Photoshop – advanced image editing
Premiere Pro – advanced video editing
InDesign – page layout and design

Other

Camtasia for Mac – screen capture
SoundStudio 4 – simple audio editing
Audacity – audio editing
BeeDocs 3D Timelines – create and present timelines

iMacs

Six 27-inch Apple iMac computers with 4 gb of RAM. (Note: Like other lab computers on campus, any files you save to the hard drive will be wiped once you log out, so always bring a hard drive or USB drive large enough to hold all your project files.)

Card Readers

Each computer has a Griffin Simplifi hub for reading popular memory cards (CF, SD, or MemoryStick) and connecting USB drives.

Scanners

The lab has Canon LiDE 200 scanners for high-quality scans up to 4800 dpi and an Epson 1000XL tabloid scanner capable of scanning originals up to 12”x17”.

Printers

Print to either of the lab’s HP printers: a 1200-dpi black-and-white laser printer and a 600-dpi color printer. Both are connected to UniPrint.


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Hours for Media Assistance

Monday – Thursday  1 – 9 p.m.
Friday – Saturday  1 – 5 p.m.
Sunday  7 – 10 p.m.

BYOD

The Learning Studio does not provide portable storage for your projects. When working on a large media project, remember to bring a hard drive or USB drive with adequate space for your files. As with other campus computer labs, each of our computer’s internal hard drives is purged routinely.