Digital Media Suite Computers
Overview of Resources
The Digital Media Suite is divided into two main sections, the staffed, instructional lab and studios and the unstaffed, self-service lab and One Button Studio.
(instructional lab and Audio/Video Studios)
The Digital Media Suite staffed lab has 7 Windows and 3 Mac computers available. All have the complete Adobe Creative Cloud collection of software installed. Two of the computers have dual-monitor setups for more advanced projects. The Video Studio and the Audio Studio are also available in this space. Staff can provide support with all the hardware and most Adobe software (see below for exceptions). Staff are also available to introduce you to the use of the studio spaces and provide technical support.
(Media Commons lab and One Button Studio)
In our self-service Media Commons lab space, you will find 4 computers available (2 Macs, 2 Windows). All have the complete Adobe Creative Cloud collection of software installed. To access the computers, simply come into the open lab area at the front of the DMS.
The One Button Studio is also available for use to record audio or video. Access to the One Button Studio is available at the Library's East Service Desk.
All the self-service resources are available anytime the East Wing of Ekstrom Library is open (see Library hours here).
The Digital Media Suite computers are specially designed and maintained with the most up-to-date software for digital media production. All the DMS computers have the full Adobe Creative Cloud suite, which includes:
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The Mac computers also have iMovie and GarageBand.
For all our software, you can find tutorials through Linkedin Learning, which is available for free to all UofL students, faculty, and staff.
For use in the DMS, we have additional computer accessories. These include headphones for all computers, plus splitters to allow multiple people to use headphones at the same time on one computer. We also have Wacom Intuos Pro digital tablets for drawing or writing on our computers.