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Audio/Video Services and Help

Information regarding the creation, manipulation and hosting of audio/visual materials.


Video Guide - Multimedia Authoring

If you have specific questions regarding video creation or need help getting started on a video project please submit an Online Service Desk Request.
CIT's Educational Technologies would also be more than happy to assist you.

One Button Studio

Need to schedule some time to shoot a "talking head" style video?
Schedule time in the One Button Studio located in South 344.
Additional information about the OBS.

Newton Recording Booth

Newton Recording Booth's iMac and Microphone set up

The Newton Recording Booth is equipped with Camtasia for screen capturing and video editing.

Need to schedule some time to do some screen capturing or audio recording?
Schedule time in the Newton Recording Booth located in Newton 122.

Creating a video from PowerPoints

One of the most common instructional tools at your disposal is the use of PowerPoint to create slidedecks. PowerPoint also allows for the addition of audio narration and exporting of a narrated PPT to a video format. That video can then easily be uploaded to a hosting platform and shared with your class via Canvas.

The following instructions will allow you to create a video from your narrated PowerPoint Slides.

Record a slide show with narration and slide timing

Save a presentation as a movie file or MP4

(updated link for WindowsRecord presentations with narration and slide timing 

(updated link for WindowsSave presentation as a video. If you are recording audio and/or annotations in your presentation, be sure to choose this selection when exporting a video:

PowerPoint Screen Shot of export features

Storing Video

For video that you would like to retain for future use, or as part of an on-going project, upload your video files to Google Drive. Your Geneseo account provides an unlimited amount of storage space and will allow you to easily retrieve your video from almost anywhere in the world.

Publishing and Sharing a Video

Once you've created a video you're going to want to share it with the world, or at least your part of it. The two best options for publishing videos are the ubiquitous YouTube and Ensemble Video, a service SUNY Geneseo subscribes to.

YouTube and Ensemble Video both:

  • Allow content to be embedded within Canvas
  • Allow content to be embedded within webpages (Drupal)
  • Are excellent ways to share student video assignments

 YouTube logo


  • Free and easy to use service
  • Automatically applied closed captioning 
  • Mechanisms for dealing with copyright
  • Students can upload videos at any time
  • Easily accessed through your Geneseo ID
  • Comprehensive support

FAQ for YouTube:

 


  • Geneseo contracted service
  • Intended for user-created intellectual property
  • Professors can establish dropboxes to receive video assignments
  • Tied to Geneseo account
  • iOS mobile support
     

FAQ for Ensemble:


Post Production Services

Panoramic picture of South Hall's computer lab

The South Hall (345) computer lab is equipped with iMovie, Garageband, Final Cut Pro, as well as the Adobe Suite for all your Audio/Video/Image Manipulation need.

The staff of Educational Technologies will assist students or faculty with the editing of video, provided the work is in conjunction with an in-progress class, independent study project, or other educational program. They will also assist students using CIT's editing and recording facilities (answering technical questions, addressing equipment failures, etc.). The Educational Technologies staff will not complete media production projects for students.