Videography / Multimedia
The Division of Information Technology provides many resources to assist members of the campus community with their videography and multimedia needs. Please see the chart below for detailed information on the services provided and resources available.
||Resources||Notice Requested||How to Initiate|
Lectures given by a professor or instructor, tutorials, other videos used for instructional purposes.
|Kaltura screen capture
Lecture Capture Rooms
|Kaltura is a a web-enabled recording mechanism available through D2L. Visit the Knowledge Base for more information.
Professional videos typically 1-3 minutes in length used for student recruitment, promotion and other outreach purposes.
|University Relations||2-5 months*
*The campus multimedia producer's schedule is typically booked 2-4 months out. A typical project can take 4-8 weeks to film, edit and receive approvals.
|Please complete the multimedia or videogrpahy request form.|
Guest speakers, candidate presentations, vendor presentations, etc., recorded with the intention of being viewed at a later date.
|Voice and Video Technologies||2 weeks|
Video of an event or speaker steamed live to the Internet or another venue on campus
|Electronic Engineering and Communication Services||2 weeks
Using Zoom and other technologies to teleconference speakers into classrooms or other venues.
|Voice and Video Technologies / Technology Support Services||4 days
||Call the Technology Assistance Center at 540-831-7500.
|Student activities / performances
Recitals, student events, etc.
|Video cameras available through McConnell Library||NA||Contact the McConnell Library at 540-831-5364 to check out a camera to record the event. View a list of A/V equipment available.|
Rooms with Lecture Capture