Over the last few months, the video editing facilities at the Digital Humanities Center (DHC) have had a major makeover. The older machines in that room have been replaced by 8 dual screen iMac computers, with a new suite of software on the machines. We now support three editing softwares: Adobe Premiere (along with a full suite of Creative Cloud tools), Avid, and, FinalCut7.
The staff of the center includes graduate students in the Film Division of the School of the Arts, who can provide assistance with many video editing needs.
The environment also enhances our ability to support a variety of other Mac softwares: DevonThink, Sente, NVivo, and Filemaker Pro.
The layout of the room and a ceiling projector also make this available as an instructional space for small groups. The DHC will be offering some video editing, NVivo, and DevonThink workshops here later in this semester, and we are happy to reserve the room for other small groups wanting to organize technology workshops.
The open hours of the DHC are:
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6