The DML is the premiere Library location for multimedia production and post-production. Specific capabilities include free 3D printing, video editing (e.g., Final Cut, iMovie, Camtasia), image manipulation (e.g., Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects), sound editing (e.g., Adobe Audition, Garageband), media-rich website creation (e.g., Dreamweaver, Flash, Filezilla), and basic productivity (e.g., MS Office, web browsers, Adobe Acrobat Pro). Expert help is also available. See the DML page for details.
In addition to extensive production and post-production capabilities in the Digital Media Lab (DML), the Library offers a limited Media Room (room 131) at the Biomedical Library Building. Located in the BLB Commons, this room is equipped with a scanner and Windows computer configured with a wealth of multimedia software and a webcam. Available software includes Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, Camtasia, Snagit, Webcam, ScanWiz and much more. Users can edit video, audio, and images; add special effects; enhance photographs, create posters; produce printed and electronic publications; web design; screen capture; and create endless combinations of these media.
UCSD students, staff, and faculty can reserve the Media Room for three hours at a time. Once reserved, check out the key from the BLB Front Desk.
Send questions, comments, and suggestions to LearningSpaces@ucsd.edu.
Last revised: D. Tweedy, 7/28/16
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