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Digital Media Studio

The Digital Media Studio consists of two wings, located in the EWFM Library, 4th floor south, breezeway entrance. To the east is the studio area which houses resources for professional preparation of photographic materials, video recording including green-screen, audio recording, video editing, media duplication, teleconference and skype recording. This area and its resources are available to all members of the Lehigh community by appointment only and with the active involvement of professional staff.

Omnimusic Music Collection Instructions

by Allen Kingsbury

At the Lehigh University Digital Media Studio we license audio from the Omnimusic Collection for use with class projects.
The ability to download files from the website is restricted to the IP addresses of the Mac computers in the lab.
You can credit the use of the omnimusic track in your credits as the name of the song along with omnimusic.com although it is not necessary.

Video, Audio, and Still Image Archival

by Allen Kingsbury

Video Archival
An archived video should be as close as possible to its original form (i.e. minimal compression, format changes, etc.) and should be stored on some durable or secure (i.e. backed up) medium like an external hard drive.
File sizes will tend to be large so you may need to be selective as to what you wish to preserve (i.e. raw footage vs. finished video).

Google Sites and Confluence

To Access Google Sites:
1. Go to http://www.lehigh.edu/google/
2. Click on Sites
3. Click Sign in to Lehigh, and then sign in.
4. It will prompt you to add information based on your new site; enter the info as it pertains to your site.
5. You have now created a site in Google Sites.

Installing Avast Antivirus Software

Avast Business Security Antivirus provides active, centrally-managed anti-malware protection to Lehigh-owned faculty and staff PCs and Macs. On PCs, it is used in combination with a centrally-managed enterprise version of Malwarebytes that is automatically installed as part of the Windows Update process. All other anti-malware software should be removed (or deactivated, in the case of built-in Windows software that cannot be uninstalled, such as Windows Defender).

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