Our computers now come with Snagit! Snagit is a screenshot program that captures video display and audio output. Please ask a media center assistant for additional help.
Professor Jim Hoefler’s Policy Management Seminar course continued its history of supporting local non-profits by creating videos that help them spread their message. Check out the videos from last semester… Read more »
Here are some of the Media Projects done this past Spring. Beautifully Fragile, a film by Jane Luceno A Hero’s Best Friend (Odyssey 17.290-304), reading by Lucy McInerney http://blogs.dickinson.edu/homer/files/2013/05/McInerney_podcast_Gk112_2013.mp3 Part of… Read more »
The Muvi Micro Camcorder is a uniquely small digital camcorder which captures high resolution video despite only being around an inch in size. It uses a micro SD card as… Read more »
Another semester is coming to a close so what better time to showcase all of the fantastic student projects that were created this fall. Here are examples from just some… Read more »
Ryan Merkley, Chief Operating Officer at the Mozilla Foundation, debuted Popcorn Maker at TED. Making video fully interactive and remixable. Check out the video, the remix, and Popcorn Maker yourself…. Read more »
Spring is always a busy time for film students at Dickinson College with multiple film classes in full swing. Not only do students learn the basics of filmmaking, but also… Read more »
The Dickinson College Media Center has a number of SDHC cameras in a few similar models that can be used for high quality digital video filming. They are all equipped… Read more »