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Video Services

The ESS group provides the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) with high quality educational video using instructional and educational technologies. Our video unit can assist with scripting, provide pre-production planning, and on-location shooting necessary to create your unique program. Our team will also handle the entire post-production and product distribution process. The ESS video facility features single camera 1080i HD format equipment, an audio recording booth, and a digital non-linear editing station. These resources are all used to combine your footage, special effects and graphic elements into an innovative and professional program.

Download our Guide to Producing and Using Online Videos at the CVM here.

Download Video Script Template here.

Services Available

  • Video/Audio file format conversions
  •  Audio/podcast recording and editing
  •  Single digital camera video production: Concept, scripting, pre-production, production, post-production, professional narration, original scoring, and    audio editing

Cost

  • CVM course-specific request

The primary function of these requests are to support the creation of educational video content used specifically in CVM courses. Media content that meets this criteria is free of cost, with the exception of outside services (ie actors, narrators, closed captioning or additional production staff).

  • Non-CVM course video requests

These requests require approval from the Office of Academic Affairs on a per project basis along with college or departmental funding. For such requests, ESS is able to accept FAS numbers, cash or check. Many variables affect the cost of a video program. A brief introductory meeting with help determine which options work best for your budget and instructional needs.

Instructor-provided content

If you have created your own videos and need help uploading them to your course, ESS can provide assistance. The university utilizes MediaSite to stream videos via a link which can be added to your course Moodle page. Should you want to use any non-self created content, please keep in mind it’s a violation of U.S. law to duplicate copyrighted material without express written consent of the owner. ESS will require written consent for any non-original content to be used or copied.