At the LRC, we can help you with audio and video production, transfer of materials to different formats and media, with making materials available online (e.g. through CTools or via internet streaming), or with the recording of international TV programming for your class.
All of the services listed here are subject to copyright and fair use regulations — we can provide you with guidelines and support concerning copyright and licensing.
Audio and Video Production
The LRC has a professionally equipped audio studio and video studios, in which our staff can produce high quality original recordings for various instructional uses. Material can be produced, edited, and mastered in a digital environment and then transferred to the media of the instructor's choice including analog as well as digital formats.
Audio material can be produced, edited, and mastered in a digital environment and then transferred to the media of the instructor's choice including cassette, DAT, reel to reel, or a variety of digital file formats.
Audio Studio contact: Phillip Cameron, firstname.lastname@example.org, 734.615.6526.
The LRC Video Studio offers a range of services for the production of your video including consulting, researching, script writing, shooting, and editing.
Video Studio contact: Rob Demilner, email@example.com, 734.647.7744.
Digitization and Media Transfer
Do you have old video tapes or cassettes of language teaching materials and movies or are they recordings in formats other than NTSC? Do you wish to make your materials available online in a digital format, e.g. via CTools?
At the LRC, we can help you digitize and transfer analog or other materials and formats to CDs, DVDs, or digital formats. Staff can help you make the materials available online.
International TV Recordings
Several international TV stations are available through the LRC. Faculty can request recordings (digital formats or DVD) of programs for use in class and class projects. To request a recording, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.