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Saving and Moving iMovie ‘09 Projects

March 21, 2011 by David Macasaet

iconIn today’s world, the concept and practice of saving and moving digital documents is commonplace and simple. For many, “Save” is second nature. However, when it comes to working with video, the notion of portability is not as simple, and quite the contrary, it’s complexities can sidetrack or hobble video assignments. Read more »

Classroom Video Recording Options

March 1, 2010 by Jonathan Klein

At LSS we aim to stay current with new technologies and make updated equipment available to L&S instructional staff.  With the addition of several new video technologies comes a policy change. 

We now have several options to help L&S instructional staff produce quality video recordings of their class.  Whether the video is required for evaluation purposes or needed as part of a teaching portfolio, we can meet your needs.

If you need a video recording for evaluation purposes, we have two solutions: Read more »

Video Editing Help Available at LSS

July 15, 2009 by David Macasaet

LSS has a number of video screencasts that demonstrate how to edit video with Apple's video editing software, iMovie and Final Cut Pro. Screencasts are particularily useful to get a sense of a particular work-flow, and have the added benefit of being able to fast-forward, rewind, and skim through the video.

The tutorials using Final Cut Pro 6 take the viewer through a typical process of editing a lecture: trimming the beginning and ending, adding text and transitions. Read more »

What's New in Media Services

February 17, 2009 by David Macasaet

Apple MonitorThe LSS video production lab now has two copies of Apple's Final Cut Express 4. "FCE" allows users much more control over the video editing process, including support for many layers of audio and video, professional trimming tools, and the ability to import iMovie projects. Read more »

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