Audio / Video


Audio and Video Recording Room Pilot Project

Note: the Audio and Video Recording Room is currently unavailable.

The Library's audio and video recording room is a pilot project to provide a self-serve space that can be booked to support instructional activities on UTM campus. Instructors can book time in the recording room so students can create screen casts, podcasts, videos and other resources for academic class projects. Instructors coordinate with library staff to make the room available to students completing audio and video academic course assignments.

The audio and video recording room has been set up to enable the self-serve production of:

  • Videos;
  • Podcasts;
  • Interviews; and
  • Screencasts.


Available Software

 
Screencasting Audio Recording and Editing Video Recording and Editing Image Creation and Editing e-Learning Authoring
Camtasia Studio Soundbooth (CS5) Premiere (CS5) Photoshop (CS5) Articulate Storyline 2
TechSmith SnagIt Audacity After Effects (CS5) Illustrator (CS5)  


Available Hardware

  • Alienware X51 Desktop
  • 27" Monitor
  • Yeti by Blue Microphone
  • Sennheiser HD380 Pro Headphones



TechSmith SnagIt

Want to record video or audio from your desktop?  TechSmith Snagit provides basic recording and editing functionality and is available to the U. of T. community.

Below is a short video that contains information on how to create a video using TechSmith SnagIt

 

MyMedia

Recordings can be stored and delivered using MyMedia, which is the U. of T. Libraries' streaming and archival storage solution and is available to all U. of T. faculty, students and staff.


 

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