• Video recording
• DVD playback
• Video production
• Audio recording in lecture rooms (rooms A-J, K) and event rooms (LBML, ARC)
• Microphones/public address
• Video recorder loan
• Speaker phone
• Video/computer display projector
Rooms B1, B2, M120, 201, 219, 312, 314, 640/200 (Rusty Dobbs), 620A/200, and 620B/200, are equipped with the following SELF-SERVICE equipment:
Rooms 205, 304, 395/200, 300/100, and 404/100 are equipped with the following SELF-SERVICE equipment:
In rooms equipped with VHS/DVD players, the players are housed in wall-mounted boxes located near the front of the room. Computer input cables are located on wall-hooks, or hooks mounted on the boxes. For Seminar rooms that DO NOT have installed computers, Media Services DOES NOT provide notebook/laptop computers. NOTE: Mac users must have the appropriate video adaptor to connect to the system. They can be checked out from the Library at the main circulation desk on the 4th floor (Media Services does not provide them); also, they can be purchased at any Apple Store or at monoprice.com. Click on a below link to download operating instructions for seminar rooms:
(rooms are grouped according to minor variations in control system configuration)
All Lecture rooms (A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, K) are equipped as Smart Classrooms. Please contact Media Services for training (it takes 5-10 minutes). Basic instructions can also be downloaded (NOTE: except for Room K, none of these rooms is equipped with VHS playback). Equipment in these rooms includes:
Computer/Video projector and control system
Input cable for laptop connection
Video overhead/Document camera
Motorized Projection Screen
Audio recording with computer screen recording (upon request)
Installed video recording (room K only, upon request)
Wireless lavaliere microphone
For events: Either 2 wireless table microphones or 1 wireless lavaliere microphone & 1 wireless table microphone (upon request & equipment availability)
All other equipment needs in classrooms require delivery and setup by Media Services personnel. Please contact us to request equipment as soon as possible before your class/event. If you are requesting equipment for a larger event such as a panel discussion, these types of multi-equipment sets cannot be done in the ten minutes between class changes. In these cases, the room must be reserved for the time slots before and after the event to allow for equipment setup and takedown.
Alumni Reception Center (ARC) & Louis B. Mayer Lounge (LBML) are equipped with installed projection systems & public address systems with microphones.
ARC: also includes an installed high quality video camera with live streaming capability.
LBM: also includes installed audio recording capability. Low quality video recording is available. Live streaming is not available in the LBM.
Video and Audio conferencing: Limited videoconferencing is available in the ARC: we can receive and display incoming audio and video, and transmit audio back to the far end using any soft codec (Skype, Google, Lync). The ARC also has full two-way teleconferencing using a standard phone connection.
Please contact Media Services for more information.
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