For high-end digital media creation and editing, we provide 22 Apple iMACs that have the following software:
The Information Commons also has 42 Dell PCs with Windows 10 and many forms of software that can be used for digital media through Software Anywhere.
The University Libraries Digital Media Commons is a combination of areas in Ellis that support creating and using multimedia for your projects, education, and creativity. There are 22 Apple iMacs located in the Digital Media Commons Lab with editing software installed. 2E21 and 3E21 are the Green Screen rooms, each with a green screen wall for project work.
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For filming and photography in the Green Screen rooms, we also provide equipment at the circulation desk. For design and editing, you can get access to digital resources like Photoshop and Dreamweaver that are locally installed for lightning-fast creation and editing at our computer workstations.
The Green screen rooms at 2E21 on the second floor and 3E21 on the third floor can be your own personal space for video and photo creation. The rooms have one green screen wall, tables and chairs, and their own adjustable lighting that you can check out at the Circulation Desk.
To learn how to get to the rooms, watch our quick video on directions to 2E21 and directions to 3E21. When you want to check out the lighting equipment and cameras for your project, all you need is your Student ID.
Software Anywhere provides MU students and staff access to University software online from any computer connected to the Internet by connecting to a VPN. Software Anywhere is available at no charge, 24 hours a day.
Equipment can be checked out at the Ellis Library circulation desk and most campus libraries by current faculty, staff, and students.
Check out this list of resources and tutorials for audio, video, and graphic design before you start your big project: