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Find out more about the Digital Media Studio equipment, services and support.
Last Updated: Feb 28, 2014 URL: http://libguides.marquette.edu/digitalmediastudio Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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The Basics: Sight & Sound

Offering a growing collection of digital equipment

  • 32 video cameras
  • 17 iPads
  • 10 iMac computers
  • 10 HP Elitebook 8750p laptops
  • 8 Macbook Pros
  • 4 microphones
  • 7 external hard drives
  • 2 sound recorders
  • 1 High-Def Mac
  • 1 Widescreen PC
  • 2 digital cameras
  • 9 tripods
  • A dedicated room

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The Basics: Software

  • iLife Suite (Mac)
    • Garageband (Audio)
    • iMovie (Video)
    • iPhoto (Images)
  • Final Cut Studio
  • Adobe CS6
  • Avid
 

The Basics: Instruction

The studio is staffed by tech-savvy students ready to assist with drop-in questions and to give scheduled instructional sessions.

 

Equipment and Services

The Digital Media Studio serves students by providing them with equipment, software, and basic instruction for digital media projects. 

The Digital Media Studio at Raynor Memorial Libraries is dedicated to offering students the essentials they need to complete a digital media assignment ranging from video editing to visual presentations to sound recording. Since university education is an increasingly digital enterprise, the library has responded by working to provide the fundamental tools for the future of college-level learning. The studio itself exists to organize the library’s resources and to provide basic assistance for its student patrons.

 

For more information, contact elizabeth.gibes@marquette.edu 

 

Media Consultations

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For in person, one-on-one help consider signing up for a media consultation. During a consultation, DMS staff will work with you on your unique software or equipment issues. In a media consultation we can help you:

  • Format an online resume or portfolio
  • edit video assignments
  • learn shortcuts and handy tips for using software such as photoshop, iMovie, Final Cut Pro and more.

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