The University of San Francisco: Information Technology Services
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Getting Started with Streaming Video

Produce and post media online:

Put in a request to record your class lecture, or record your own video, then deliver the file to Media Services (x2003) to upload it to the streaming server to share.

Recording by Request

Student technicians are available to video and audio record classes, academic or administrative events. Scheduling for a student tech is done through your USF Calendar tab within USF Connect. The Audio/Video reservation form is available under the "Room and Event Request" button. Reservations must be made at least one week prior to the date of the recording and by the Thursday of the week prior to your request date. If you need assistance with the form, need to follow up on a request, or make a late request, please contact the Help Desk, which serves as the primary point of contact for taping requests.

Attend CIT Training Workshops

The CIT provides training in video and audio editing and production. View the CIT's training calendar and attend either an iMovie (Mac), Premiere Elements (PC), or Audacity (PC and Mac) training to help you get started developing and streaming your multimedia content.

Available Software Tools for Editing Media

Choose from any of the following software to help you edit your multimedia content.

Media Editing Software

Purpose

Video

iMovie (Mac only)

Basic video editing and authoring.
QuickTime Pro (PC and Mac) Basic video editing and authoring and media player.

Premiere Elements (PC only)

Basic video editing and authoring.

Premiere Pro (PC and Mac)

Professional level video editing and authoring.

Sorenson Squeeze (PC and Mac)

Video compression/conversion software.
Audio
Audacity (PC and Mac) Basic audio recording and editing
Garage Band (Mac only) Mid-level audio recording and editing
iTunes (PC and Mac) Free MP3/AAC player/organizer that tags, rips, burns and converts audio files