The media studio has 7 workstations equipped with multimedia software and hardware for the completion of projects
The Information Commons offers technical support for software related problems for students, staff, and faculty during library hours
||Video Editing||Music Production|
|Final Cut Pro
Final Cut 7After Effects
DVD Studio Pro
Live Type 2
iMovie 6 & 9
Flash CS3 Encoder
MPEG Stream Clip
Media Studio Guidelines
Computers & laptops are available to current students, staff and faculty.
Workstations are first come, first served.
Log in using your PacificNet ID & password.
Save ALL of your work on your portable drive or homedirectory (aka U: drive).
Be respectful of the space and keep all noise levels down.
Group projects are welcome - keep in mind of students working next to you.
Report any problems with the workstations to the Information Commons Assistant.
Visitors are asked to respect our visitor policies.
If you are working with audio of any kind, we ask that you use your earphones.
Headphones are available for checkout at the Circulation Desk.
No food or open-top beverages or food.
All work on these stations must be multimedia based, please use the IC for all other computer needs.
Group projects are welcome, keep in mind the studio is not a group study room.
Any non-commercial project is acceptable (your band web site, family videos etc)
To avoid losing your files please use an external hard drive. Do not save files on computers.