Every course in the program that requires shooting outside of the studio uses Sony cameras that record in 1080i. The editing labs use Avid Media Composer version 5.5, Final Cut Pro 7, and the entire Adobe CS6 Production bundle including Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Photoshop.
|Beginning courses and some elective courses including Digital Imaging, Compositing, and DVD Production all have access to the Sony HVR-HD1000U HDV camera which shoots in the 16x9 1080i format as do all cameras in the program.|
|Video Production students use the Sony HVR - Z1U High Definition cameras along with the most current version of Avid Media Composer for editing and finishing.|
|Advanced students use the Sony HVR-Z7U, a three CMOS chip camcorder that records to a Compact Flash card for the added benefit of working in a file based editing workflow.|
|JVC HM-GY790 cameras are used by students in the Remote Production course for coverage of Football, Hockey, and Basketball. These cameras are fed to our remote truck and switched live for sporting and cultural events.|
|A Canon T3i is used for Digital Media Classes|
|Avid Media Composer
||Final Cut Pro 7
Adobe Production Suite CS6
In the STUDIO – you will be challenged to use the very best in studio equipment including the new JVC HM-GY790 studio cameras and Camera control Units which feed the Broadcast Pix Granite 5000 switcher matched to the Harris Inscriber Character Generator. This amounts to a powerful package for two ME production applications all in HD.
Switching happens with the new Broadcast Pix Granite 5000.
Shared storage is provided by an EditShare server.
For film style production you can count of quality by using the new Panasonic AF -100 which features a 4/3 inch chip and a wide range of ISO settings for use in the Digital Cinematography course.
Newly equipped with Broadcast Pix Mica 1000 HD video switcher, the remote production equipment and trailer serves as a lab for students enrolled in the Remote Production class. TDMP students participate in live television production that offers high-definition coverage of home football and hockey games. The trailer also allows for live video feeds to the new Daktronics scoreboard and sound system at Top Taggart Field, the football stadium.