Difference between revisions of "Digital Media Commons"

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==  Software ==
 
==  Software ==
 
Here is a list of software available at the Digital Media Commons. Click on the links to learn more about the programs.
 
Here is a list of software available at the Digital Media Commons. Click on the links to learn more about the programs.
*[[iMovie]]
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*[[Garageband]]
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*[[Final Cut Express]]
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=== Presentation Tools ===
*[[iDVD]]
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*[[ProfCast ]]
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=== Graphic Design ===
 
*[[iPhoto]]
 
*[[iPhoto]]
 
*[[Gimp (Open Source)]]
 
*[[Gimp (Open Source)]]
*[[ffmpegx (Open Source)]]
 
*[[ProfCast ]]
 
*[[HandBrake (Open Source)]]
 
*[[Audacity (Open Source)]]
 
  
===Audio===
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=== Audio ===
 
*[[Garageband]]
 
*[[Garageband]]
 
*[[Audacity (Open Source)]]
 
*[[Audacity (Open Source)]]
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=== Video ===
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*[[iMovie]]
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*[[Final Cut Express]]
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*[[ffmpegx (Open Source)]]
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==== DVD ====
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*[[iDVD]]
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*[[HandBrake (Open Source)]]
  
 
== Podcasting ==
 
== Podcasting ==

Revision as of 16:34, 18 December 2008

Digital Media Commons Mission



The mission of the Digital Media Commons (DMC) is to connect the Monterey Institute of International Studies to the world through digital media. The Digital Media Commons provides opportunities for students, faculty and staff to develop, produce and distribute digital media projects that can document achievements, strengthen professional connections, and raise the Institute’s visibility.


Software

Here is a list of software available at the Digital Media Commons. Click on the links to learn more about the programs.


Presentation Tools

Graphic Design

Audio

Video

DVD

Podcasting

Garageband

Video

Codecs