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Creating Digital Media

This is guide to digital media production in the libraries. It is a supplement to the Digital Studio's documentation, and can be used as a reference for projects that might originate in the One-Button Studio or the Sound Studio.

The following items are available for checkout at the Andrews Library circulation desk. Ask for them by name!

Items may be checked out for 3 days and may not be renewed. Overdue charges are $10/day, and patron is responsible for missing or damaged components. Contact the Director of CoRE, Jacob Heil, if you have questions. 

 

 Canon Vixia HF G20

 

 

 

 Canon Vixia HFM500 (2 cameras)

 

 

 

 Audio Recorder (3)

 

 

 Yeti Mic (3)

 

 Handheld Mic (2)

 

 Lavalier Mic (3) 

 

 Unidirectional Mic (3) 

 

Pico Projector (3)

 

 

Tripod (3)

 

 

First things first: Review some best practices and seek consultation from the Digital Media Bar, Educational Technology, or the CoRE Consultants. These are suggested configurations for gathering interviews in the field. You might also want to record audio interviews in the Sound Studio or video interviews in the One-Button Studio (perhaps with the green screen). 

Audio: one of the following

 

Audio: one of the following

 

Digital Audio Recorder or

 

 

 Yeti Mic (connected to your computer) or

 Handheld Mic (connected digital audio recorder) or

 Lavalier Mic (connected digital audio recorder) 

 

Video :

 Any of the three video cameras

 

 Lavalier Mic (connected to mic input on camera) 

 Unidirectional Mic (connected to mic input on camera) 

Tripod

 Any of the three video cameras

 

 Lavalier Mic (connected to mic input on camera) 

 Unidirectional Mic (connected to mic input on camera) 

 

Tripod

Digital Audio Recorder or

 

 

 

 Yeti Mic (connected to your computer) or

 

 Handheld Mic (connected digital audio recorder) or

 

 Lavalier Mic (connected digital audio recorder)

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