computers and equipment
applications and software
- iPhoto ’11 (v. 9.4)
- iMovie ’11 (9.0.8)
- GarageBand ‘11
Image Capture (v. 6.1)
Quick Time Player
Adobe Creative Suite 6 Production Premium
- Premiere Pro CS6
- After Effects CS6
- Photoshop CS6 Extended
- Audition CS6
- Flash Professional CS6
- Illustrator CS6
- Encore CS6
- SpeedGrade CS6
- Prelude CS6
- Bridge CS6
- Media Encoder CS6
Description: A data storage device with 8GB of memory which connects with a USB 2.0 interface; removable and rewritable; compact.
DVD – R
Description: DVD recordable format with a storage capacity of 4.71 GB; 6.4 times the capacity of a CD-R. data cannot be changed.
Description: These duel-layer discs employ two recordable dye layers, each capable of storing nearly the 4.7GB capacity of a single-layer disc, almost doubling the total disc capacity to 8.55GB; discs can be read in many DVD devices.
Description: Also known as Compact Disc Recordable, a write once, read many medium, though the whole disc doesn’t have to be entirely written in the same session.
Description: Compact Disc ReWritable (CD-RW) is a rewritable optical disc format.
All storage can be purchased at the Reference Desk on the 2nd floor. Cash only.
upcoming workshops and
See our calendar for all upcoming workshops.
On Friday, August 9, we celebrated the
conclusion of Year One of our Media Lab by highlighting what’s
available in the lab and projects worked on during the year.
Most importantly, we were able to represent some of our teens’
completed work. We
viewed a short film by Alec Latulippe entitled “Lost;” Nicole Pepin
shared her graphic drawing entitled “A Chance Encounter;” and
Zacharie Hurd showed us his music video entitled “Selling 1996.”
All three entries will be available on our Media Lab webpage in the
Best Buy gift cards were awarded to Alec and
Nicole for their entries.
We look forward to increased activity in our
Media Lab during year two and hope to make this Media Festival an
Where can I learn more about using the computers and software in
the Create! Media Lab?