The new Peter B. Lewis Library contains a new OIT-operated Broadcast Center with a high definition video studio that features a green room with a 65 inch LCD screen, a professional audio recording studio, as well as the hardware and software to edit video, color correct footage, and sweeten and edit audio. The Studio also has a Broadcast van with full, mobile production capabilities.
The Broadcast Studio staff is happy to assist members of the University community from the beginning through the end of their A/V projects, from the actual shoots through video editing and the final distribution. Some of the projects involve location shoots (from single camera shoots through full production), live event productions (such as Commencement and Opening Exercises), and in-studio shoots that aid in control of lighting and other key conditions. The Center also manages lecture recordings (including he integration of lecture A/V and speaker slides), podcasts, and rich media content.
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Wednesday, February 22, 12:00 noon
Frist Multipurpose Room B
Welcome to the World of Kaltura: A Media Management Haven
Have you ever lost your keys? It is a very frustrating feeling. What if someone or something was assigned to always manage them for you? Now that would really make you feel better. Now imagine if those keys were very important videos. Kaltura is an excellent media tool for managing, converting and distributing video. David Hopkins will demonstrate how Kaltura’s video management works. He will show how Kaltura connects to systems like Blackboard, Roxen, and Drupal.
About the speaker:
David Hopkins has been with the University since 1993. He was formerly the manager of the New Media Center. David has been working in video production for over 20 years. He lives and breathes technology. He is always looking at cutting edge technology and how it can benefit the University. David graduated from North Central University.