Editing video can be accomplished in a variety of ways at NC State, and the solutions vary based on the content you’re editing to how much you want to personally be involved in the process. Below several options are described to help you decide which method would best meet your needs.
Editing Video Yourself
Edit video yourself in the Digital Media Lab (DML) located in the D.H. Library. The DML is free to use for NC State employees and students, and has several Mac workstations available with Final Cut Pro video editing software pre-installed. There is VHS capture equipment available, and you can also check out video cameras through the DML for shooting and then capturing video on the computers in the DML. The DML is located on the second floor, east wing of D.H. Library. The studio can experience high usage, and it is advised you reserve space in advance when possible.
If you need assistance or would like to get information about our custom training options, please contact LeanTech.
Full Service Video Editing
Editing facilities provide a way to connect various video elements into a finished program or program segment. Through the use of editing tools like Final Cut HD, Media 100, and Adobe Premiere Pro, various scenes can be selected in advance and then efficiently assembled into a final product. Computer generated graphics and advanced 3D digital effects are also available. Source materials such as graphics, audio, video and animation can be digitized, edited, and authored for delivery via DVD, CD, and the Internet.
Our Video Communications Unit provides editing services to connect various video elements into finished programs or program segments. Our editing processes can include most digital effects, graphic inserts, and multiple channel audio mixing. The flexibility of online quality non-linear editing allows us to make changes quickly, without requiring us to re-edit the other program elements before or after the change. Certain fees may apply.
If you need additional assistance defining your project or would like to further discuss ideas for your course, please contact LearnTech to schedule a consultation with an Instructional Designer.