Digital Media Lab
Audio Lab Our audio lab is equipped with a Mac Pro, which houses an array of digital editing software, including GarageBand, Logic and Reason, allowing everybody from the beginner to the pro to create music from the ground up.
Video Editing Suites Apple Mac Pro workstations allow you to utilize a wide range of professional video editing and multimedia software, including Adobe Premiere and After Effects CC, and Apple’s Final Cut Pro 7. Make a project from the ground up with professional results.
Duplication Station & Video Transfer We have facilities to transfer a wide variety of formats, from VHS to DVD to Hi-8 to CD. You can also convert PAL to NTSC, etc. Please note that we cannot assist with duplicating copyrighted material.
Media Lab Classes
Multimedia & Digital Literacy Instruction Services
Media Resources Center staff members can assist you in developing assignments to target specific digital and media literacies as well as provide hands-on instruction to your students on how to use a host of digital media production equipment and editing software.
- 2-3 minute visual essay
- Short documentary
- Public Service Announcements
- Anatomy of Scene / quick film analysis
- Political Campaign Ads
- TEDish talks
- Conducting an interview
- Film Synthesis or Trailer
To schedule an assignment consult, please email Winifred (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Greg (email@example.com ). To schedule a production instruction session in the Media Lab, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your requested date and time and an alternate, along with a sentence or two on the students’ prospective assignment (video, audio, image editing, etc). We can also reserve a block of digital video-cameras or audio recorders and other equipment for your students for up to 5 days. Please be aware that the lab and equipment calendars fill up pretty quickly towards the end of a semester, so the earlier you schedule your class, the better the chances are that we can get you everything you need!
Other Digital Media Resources on Campus
Department of Communication
For Communications majors and students enrolled in COMM production classes only
SILS Information and Technology Resource Center
SILS students only; equipment available for checkout; editing stations for in-house use.
Open to anyone with a UNC One Card; scanning stations, image editing, web design, and multimedia creation workstations for in-house use.
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Computer Assisted Research lab with 12 PCs, scanners, slide readers and videocassette players
School of Education ITS
Checkout equipment available to UNC School of Education faculty, staff and students only. In-house equipment is available for non-SoE students or faculty for UNC-related projects.
Manager of the Digital Media Lab. The person to contact if you have any questions about the lab or about borrowing our circulating production equipment.
Comments or questions regarding the Digital Media Lab’s online resources can be directed to the MRC. Additionally, you can get in touch with us by calling the Media Resources Center at 962-2559 or sending us an email at email@example.com.