- Anderson Computing Complex B-16
- New Media Center in the University Library
- School of Communication Labs in Mary Graydon Center
A list of software available in computer labs on campus can be found - here.
Also includes lab hours and capacity.
Workshops and Training
Media Services/New Media Center Blog
The NMC blog is a place to find tips, video tutorials, and best practices for all types of multimedia work.
AU students, faculty and staff now have access to Lynda.com's extensive online training library. Lynda.com's library contains over 3,000 video tutorials on all types of software. Tutorials walk users through programs like Access, After Effects, Excel, FinalCut, iMovie, Photoshop, Pro Tools and many more.
AU users can use this link to access Lynda's full library. Off campus users will be routed to enter their AU login information. More information about Lynda resources is available here -
A list of online training tutorials for non-multimedia applications such as SPSS, SAS, ArcGIS and others.
Using HandBrake to Rip Video From DVD For Use In Mashups
More online tutorials are available on the Multimedia Resources page.
Free Design Software
The popluar media authoring applications - Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, Dreamweaver are not cheap. Fortunately, there are many free or inexpensive alternatives that can give you most of the features you use. This is a selection of some freeware applications and their features. Media Services makes no endorsement or recommendation of any of these products.
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Film and Video at AU
Academic Multimedia Services
AU on iTunesU
AU on iTunesU FAQ
Center for Environmental Filmmaking
Center for Social Media
Current film classes
Getting permission for campus screenings
New Media Center
School of Communication
Sound effects collections
Successfully streaming video in classrooms