About this service
The Digital Media Studio is an open multimedia lab for the Appalachian State University campus. The purpose of the DMS is to provide access to current software and hardware, but most of all we provide help using digital media tools and technologies.
The Digital Media Studio is on the Lower Level of Belk Library and Information Commons in front of the Tech Desk where the Film/DVD collection used to be. See the library floor plans for the Lower Level map.
Instruction and Tours
Collaborate with instructors to create custom multimedia assignments. Take advantage of our multimedia instruction for your class. We also offer specialty Audio and Video rooms, Technology Checkout, Digital Media Studio and Tours to support your instruction.
- Basic Video Editing: We explore the basic techniques required for video editing. In our workshops we cover importing media, trimming clips, transitions, titles, audio levels, exporting and publishing. In most classes we begin with iMovie, but we also offer Adobe Premiere for more advanced classes.
- Basic Audio Editing: We explore the basic techniques required for audio editing. In our workshops we cover recording techniques, importing media, trimming clips, volume adjustments, key framing, audio loops, background music, saving and exporting. In most classes we use GarageBand.
- Custom Workshops: We offer a wide range of workshops based on your needs. Past examples include custom timeline software, professional portfolios with WIX, recording in powerpoint and Screencast-o-matic. Just meet with us and we can help determine the best hardware and software for your multimedia needs.
Have you ever wanted to integrate multimedia into your instruction but didn’t know where to start? Our mission is to step you and your students through the process from start to finish. We offer tours of our services and spaces as well as checkout equipment and class instruction. Our goal is to help you choose the best software and equipment to meet the needs of your assignment. If you have been reluctant to start please contact us for a consultation.
Request Instruction, Tours, or Consultations
Use the Technology Instruction Request Form to request instruction, tours, or consultations.