Digital Media Lab
The Digital Media Lab is a facility that provides a full range of professional quality digital design and production capabilities. The Digital Media Lab provides an environment where individuals have access to many of the finest tools available in digital media. It contains advanced digital workstations with a full suite of software and peripheral devices that support the needs of users from beginners to professionals.
Faculty will find the facility useful for the production of technology-enhanced course materials for online courses and smart classrooms. Students are welcome to use the lab to enhance course assignments and to explore the universe of digital media development. Users from any discipline or interest area and at all skill levels will find the Digital Media Lab to be an environment where their imagination and creativity can take flight in the world of digital media!
- 2 HD Workstations
- 6 Dell Precision Windows Workstations
- Adobe - Full suite of software
- Microsoft - Full suite of software
- Professional video editing software (Premiere CS5)
- Professional DVD authoring software (Encore)
- Sound Forge
Imaging, Printing, and Other Capabilities
- Canon, Nikon, Panasonic and Sony digital still and video cameras
- Flatbed scanners
- Color laser printer
- Mini-DV decks to capture footage
- Analog-to-Digital Converters
Additional capabilities are being added to the Lab as resources allow. If you would like to suggest a new product or capability, please let us know!
Access and Usage
The Digital Media Lab is located on the first floor of the Stockwell Administration Building in Room 207D. It is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. A small but highly experienced staff is available to answer questions and provide assistance whenever possible, but the lab is primarily intended for self-directed, hands-on use.
The lab is open-access in nature, and not designed to be reserved for use in classroom instruction. Members of the USC Upstate community have priority access to the facility, but it is available for use by others on a limited basis. Workstations are available on a first-come-first-serve basis, but can be reserved for two-hour sessions by calling 864-503-5559 or e-mailing the Digital Media Lab.