For students, faculty, or staff working on digital video or photo editing, advanced web design, or audio manipulation and editing there is now an Advanced Media Lab on the first floor of the Christopher Center to assist with their needs. The Advanced Media Lab consists of 2 MacPro workstations, 2 high ram Dell GX270's, and 4 Dell Dimension desktops. Software available per workstation may vary and are listed on this page. Those working on media projects are given priority use of these workstations.
Files should not be stored locally on the advanced media lab workstations but rather burned to a CD-R/RW, saved to a flash drive, or saved to your H: drive (personal network storage) or G: drive (academic or department shared storage). The AML workstations will be routinely cleaned and files saved locally will be permanently lost.
Audacity is a free, cross-platform sound editor for use in the Advanced Media Lab or available for download. There are several online tutorials and resources that will help with your projects:
Final Cut Pro is Apple's high-end digital video production software. Along with other tools such as Soundtrack Pro, Live Type and Cinema Tools, students, faculty and staff can put together a eye-popping movie for whatever project they are working on.