Equipment is unavailable until the Libraries re-open.

Canon Vixia camera

Canon Vixia HD camcorder

  • HD video camcorder (1920x1080 video resolution)
  • Image stabilization
  • Great for digital stories, interviews
  • Check out a tripod with this camera
Tripod

Tripod

  • Full height
  • Works with most cameras
  • Some models come with a panning arm
Canon Rebel DSLR camera

Canon Rebel DSLR camera

  • Ideal for photography
  • 18-55mm EFS lens
  • High resolution (18-21MP)
Zoom H2n

Zoom H2n digital audio recorder

  • Portable field recorder
  • No laptop needed
  • Great for voiceovers, interviews, small group recordings
Tascam DR-05 digital audio recorder

Tascam DR-05 digital audio recorder

  • Portable field recorder
  • No laptop needed
  • Great for voiceovers, interviews, small group recordings
  • We recommend the Zoom H2n instead, unless you are familiar with this device.
External Hard Drive

External hard drive

  • Large capacity for video projects
  • Essential equipment if you plan to edit using library computers
Blue Snowball microphone

Blue Snowball microphone

  • USB-based microphone (laptop needed for recording)
  • Use Audacity software with this microphone to record
  • Great for voiceovers, interviews, small group recordings
Blue Snowflake

Blue Snowflake microphone

  • USB-based microphone (laptop needed for recording)
  • Use Audacity software with this microphone to record
  • Great for voiceovers
  • Mono recording

Pickup locations

Walter Library - 204

Wilson Library - basement

Pickups must be made during SMART Learning Commons open hours.


Additional media equipment

This equipment is available to check out on a first come, first served basis.


Recording spaces


Software and production computers

Walter, Wilson, Magrath, and the Bio-Medical Libraries have media production iMac computers to edit your class projects.

Software

  • iMovie
  • Audacity
  • Final Cut Pro with Motion and Compressor
  • Adobe Premiere Pro
  • GarageBand
  • Screenflow
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Software at Other Campus Computer Labs

External hard drives

An external hard drive is needed to save your video projects on if you use a library production computer. Hard drives are available to check out at Walter, Wilson, Magrath, and Bio-Medical Libraries. To transfer an iMovie or Final Cut Pro project to an external hard drive, use the following instructions:


Locations

204 Walter Library
Basement Wilson Library
Ground floor Magrath Library
Second floor Bio-Medical Library