The ITS New Media Lab (NML) provides production support for academic and university produced video programming. Available services include single and multi-camera video shoots; podcast series development; video support for interviews, lectures, and tutorials; promotional videos, and more. ITS New Media Lab also manages the ITS Video Studio located on the first floor of the Exley Science Center. There are charges for video production services unless the request is for curricular support.
If you are interested in producing a podcast series, multi-camera video shoot, promotional video, or other video production, Faculty and Academic Department's should first contact their Academic Computing Manager to coordinate a project meeting with the ITS New Media Lab. Administrative departments and staff should contact email@example.com to schedule a pre-production meeting. For produced programming requests, please allow at least 2 weeks prior to the start of production. Requesting parties are responsible for obtaining signed video release forms from the on-camera participants prior to the event taping. Click HERE for the current Wesleyan Video Release Form .pdf.
To reserve video and production services for a lecture, presentation, performance or regularly scheduled podcast series, please use the Web Room Request System (Virtual EMS) in your electronic portfolio and select "video and production" from the list of services.
Editing and Post-Production Services
The ITS New Media Lab provides full editing services including multicam editing, motion graphics, titling, color correction, audio sweetening, video and audio encoding and DVD production. The staff also manages Wesleyan video content through university portals such as the website, YouTube and iTunes U.
For more information on video production, editing and distribution services, please contact Melissa Datre, Director, ITS New Media Lab at x3318.
Do-It-Yourself Video Lab
DIY labs are available on campus for faculty and students to perform their own video editing tasks. Faculty should contact their Academic Computing Manager (ACM) for more information on the DIY editing lab in the Allbritton Center. Students should visit the ITS Teaching and Research page for more information on labs and equipment loans.