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Digital Media Commons

MACs in the Information Commons

iMAC

For high-end digital media creation and editing, we provide 22 Apple iMACs that have the following software:

  • Adobe Acrobat Professional DC
  • Adobe Creative Cloud
    • Dreamweaver
    • Fireworks
    • Flash Professional
    • Illustrator
    • InDesign
    • Photoshop
  • Firefox, Google Chrome, & Safari
  • Microsoft Office 2016 (Word, Excel, & Powerpoint)
  • QuickTime Player 10.3

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.

3D Printing

3D Printing

Ellis has 3D printers! Visit the Print Anything 3D site to submit a file and receive information on pricing and scheduling. If you have any questions, you can email them at printanything@missouri.edu.

Print Anything 3D @ Mizzou

 Mizzou 3D Printing Club

The Commons

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 with editing software installed. The Digital Media Lab is located in Room 156 in Ellis Library. It provides a recording booth (WhisperRoom) with various software; a film studio with a camera and green screen; and a 3D scanner (Structure Sensor). The primary purpose for the lab is for librarians to create teaching and learning material. These resources are also available to students, by appointment, for educational purposes. Students can request an appointment to use these resources using the links at the bottom of each resource.

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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.

Digital Media Lab

Green Screen

The Digital Media Lab is located in Room 156 in Ellis Library. It provides a recording booth (WhisperRoom) with various software; a film studio with a camera and green screen; and a 3D scanner (Structure Sensor). The primary purpose for the lab is for librarians to create teaching and learning material. These resources are also available to students, by appointment, for educational purposes. Students can request an appointment to use these resources using the links at the bottom of each resource.

Digital Media Creation

Software Anywhere
Software Anywhere
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 Checkout
Equipment can be checked out at the Ellis Library circulation desk and most campus libraries by current faculty, staff, and students.

Resources

Check out this list of resources and tutorials for audio, video, and graphic design before you start your big project:

Graphic Design

 Adobe Photoshop Tutorial

 Adobe Illustrator Tutorial

 Adobe InDesign Tutorial

Web Design

 Adobe Dreamweaver Tutorial

Video Editing

Image result for imovie logoiMovie Basics

How to Use Quicktime Player

Audio

Image result for audacity logoYour First Recording: Tutorial

GarageBandGarage Band Tutorial

 Adobe Premiere Pro Tutorial