Digital Media Lab

Digital Media Lab (Room 250)

Description

The Digital Media Lab (Room 250) is a dedicated space for media production.  The space includes a green screen and blue backdrop for video recording, as well as a tripod, video camera, and teleprompter.  This is a great option for SILS affiliates looking to record high quality video or screen captures.

The PC in the Digital Media Lab also contains video editing software, notably Camtasia.  There are several instructional books in this room on Camtasia, or you can consult Camtasia’s learning center online for excellent instructional tutorials. The lab is also equipped with an iMac.

 

Reservations

Please note that only UNC Exchange (email addresses in the format onyen@email.unc.edu) users can make reservations through Outlook. Users with Microsoft Live email (email addresses in the format onyen@live.unc.edu) should contact the SILS Help Desk to request room reservations.​

Students, faculty, or staff wishing to use the Digital Media Lab should contact the help desk to reserve the room.  You can check the current schedule of the Digital Media Lab here (UNC onyen required). The help desk can also arrange an introductory session to the technology in Room 250 with advance notice.

Please note that the key to the Digital Media Lab is at the help desk – individuals with a reservation to use the room should stop by the help desk first to pick up the key.

 

Equipment

Dell Optiplex PC (Windows 10)
iMac
Smart Podium
Canon Vixia (HD Digital Videocamera)
Tripod
Microphone
Telepromter
Green Screen
Blue Video Backdrop
Lighting Kit
Webcam

 

For more information on multimedia production in SILS, please see our multimedia page.