Digital Film Facilities
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The Production Stage is a new, 2,100-square-foot production space that currently includes a permanent AV system, a green screen, and lighting grid. Media Arts production-based courses will have priority in course scheduling. Beyond class time, Media Arts students will have priority access for course-related productions through specific sign-up hours established by the Media Arts studio manager. Course scheduling for semester-long courses will be established by Academic Affairs. Additional multipurpose hours will also be available for students from other programs, on a curricular basis, through sign-up hours established by the Media Arts studio manager, outside of the priority scheduling for the Media Arts courses.
Maximum occupancy for this space is 43 persons.
Digital Post Production Lab (Room 130)
The new digital post production lab is designed specifically for digital video and audio post production and includes 18 workstations and one teaching station. Media Arts courses will have priority in scheduling. Other programs can schedule courses in this lab if there is a curricular need for this equipment, such as motion graphics courses or digital video- or audio-intensive courses. Students enrolled in these specific courses will have access to this lab beyond class hours.
Video Editing Suites
The three new video editing suites are designed for high-end digital film editing. These suites will be used by advanced-level Media Arts students and Media Arts graduate students only, on a sign-out basis, for course related projects. Sign-up hours and scheduling will be established and managed by the Media Arts studio manager.
Audio Recording Suite
The new audio recording suite is designed for high-end digital audio recording. It includes a control room and recording booth. Available on a sign-out basis, established by the Media Arts studio manager, for anyone enrolled in Media Arts courses, or other courses that teach audio recording, pro-tools editing, and provide the necessary instruction and supervision.
Studio Classroom (Room 131)
This is the main classroom/studio for most Media Arts courses.
Media Arts Equipment Circulation Center
The new Media Arts equipment circulation center will be housed within the Media Center next to the Timken Lecture Hall. Media Arts will have its own check out station and its own inventory of equipment, separate from the Media Center, supervised by the Media Arts studio manager.
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