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TLMC Multimedia Services

Technology Learning and Media Center (TLMC)

Explore the world of digital media! The TLMC has multimedia hardware and software available for use on a walk-in or by-reservation basis. Student learning assistants are on duty during open lab hours.

Peruse the links below to learn about TLMC services, software and hardware, procedures, and guidelines for using multimedia resources.

Lab Usage Guidelines - FAQs
TLMC Software
Software and Hardware in the Media Studio

For more information contact: Sheree Kornkven, Quentin Burdick Building 150C, 231-5130. 

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Equipment Available for Checkout

Equipment is available for checkout at the IT Help Desk in the Quentin Burdick Building 150A. Equipment may be checked out for 24 hours and it is first-come first-serve, so reservations are suggested. Some of the equipment available for checkout is listed below: 

  • Analog Camcorders
  • Digital Camcorders
  • Digital Cameras
  • Document Cameras
  • Laptops
  • Multimedia Carts
  • Desktop Speakers
  • Projectors
  • Remote Mice
  • Tripods
  • Zip Drives 

When you pick up your camera at the IT Help Desk, be sure to check that the batteries are charged. For more information about equipment checkout, please see the IT Help Desk Equipment Checkout page.

In order to use the cameras available for checkout from the IT Help Desk, you will need to purchase your own media for recording and burning video. You will need the following media based on the type of camera you will be using:

  • for Digital Video cameras: mini DV tapes
  • for Analog Video cameras: VHS-C tapes
  • for burning files onto a DVD: blank DVD-R discs

These may be available for purchase at the NDSU Bookstore, as well as in the vending machine located on first floor of the Quentin Burdick Building.

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Video Shooting Tips

The following tutorials (linked to with permission) are part of a Web site sponsored by Knight New Media Center, which is a partnership of the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and the USC Annenberg School for Communication. 

Video Shooting Tips

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iMovie Tutorials

iMovie is user-friendly video editing program that comes with the Appple (Macintosh) computers.The following tutorials are part of a Web site sponsored by Knight New Media Center, which is a partnership of the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and the USC Annenberg School for Communication. 

iMovie Reference Card

Windows Movie Maker Tutorials

Windows Movie Maker is a user friendly video creating/editing program bundled with the Microsoft Windows operating system. Here some tutorials of Windows Movie Maker Tutorials designed with the absolute beginner in mind. This series will show you the basics of how to use Windows Movie Maker and take you through all the steps to make your first Movie Maker presentation.

Get Started With Windows Movie Maker 

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Exporting Video for the Web

Nowadays, broadband connections are widespread amongst the internet. Finally, video can be effectively added to Web site. But which player and video codec to go for? And how to get your video out there? This following Web site features some tips and tricks for compressing and delivering video to the web.

Exporting Video for the Web

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North Dakota State University
IT Help Desk Phone: +1 (701) 231-8685
Administrative Calls Only: +1 (701) 231-7961 / Fax: (701) 231-8541
Campus address: Quentin Burdick Building 206
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