Video Production

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Holocaust and Genocide Lecture Series. Cambodian Stories of Trauma and Recovery. Speaker: Lucia D. Roncalli, M.D.

Lecture & Event Capture

Lecture and event video capture is a service offered by the IT Help Desk. The traditional method of video capture is accomplished by having a single camera and videographer assigned to the room. The primary emphasis is to video the instructor, guest speaker or student presenter, as they present the course material. A Livestream option is also available. Once the material is captured to video, the files are sent to Alternate Media Services for post-production processing. This processing includes basic editing, the addition of opening and closing graphics, the addition of graphic overlays containing each presenter's name, closed-captioning, and formatting the video for streaming. The video of the lecture can be uploaded to the campus YouTube channel CSUSonoma, or a private link can be provided for downloading. The link can also be incorporated into into Moodle as a streaming video. The IT Help Desk is currently testing equipment that will automate the video capture and processing of classroom lectures across campus.

For further information on video capturing services or to arrange an appointment, call (707) 664-4357 or email video.productions@sonoma.edu.

To request video capture services, please use the Video Request Form (Seawolf ID).


Editing and Uploading

Alternate Media Services is a division of the Disability Services for Students (DSS) department, and is responsible for editing and performing post production processing, including web streaming and managing the SSU YouTube Channel. Alternate Media Services is also responsible for closed-captioning and providing access to video in accessible formats to comply with state and federal regulations.

For further information about post production services including editing, YouTube uploads, and captioning services, email alt.media@sonoma.edu.

To request post production or captioning services, please use the Alternate Media Request Form.