The process of creating moving images using computer graphics. Can be either 2 Dimensional (2D) or 3 Dimensional (3D) in nature.
Several media formats may be copied in short runs, these include CD, DVD, Blu-Ray, and some tape formats. These copies can include printed labels on the disc, cases, and printed inserts in small quantities.
We can handle any type of Audio and Video file conversion, from its original file format, to a different format for use on the web, cross platform, or even archiving.
Change video signals to meet specific requirements and applications.
Up, down, and cross conversion, in addition transform older file formats to current technology, convert slides to DVD, VHS to DVD, convert foreign formats to U.S. standards. Preserve your video.
We can completely customize and create a wide variety of print sizes ranging from business cards to large banners and display pieces for trade show booths. We can also create single page to book length documents.
This is the process of imaging physical documents so that they may be used as source materials on the computer. The size of the original document can range from smaller than 35mm slides to sizable maps and charts. These documents can be on film, paper, or other media. We can output these scans to PDFs, video, or any multimedia project.
We are capable of creating any type of graphic image. These images can define and explain subjects and can enhance videos, and printed materials. Graphics can also be animated in many various ways and formatted to fit any video or multimedia project.
The process of adding captions to videos for the hearing impaired these can be formatted as closed, open or as subtitles. These can be used on videos targeted at multiple audiences and routes such as DVDs, streaming video over the web to videos for use in the classroom or even live streaming events.
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Faculty Support offers a captioning solution for OSU Stillwater. This service is automated and will not be 100% correct. However, once the video is captioned the transcript can be easily edited to be 100% accurate.
If you need a video captioned for a class please contact Faculty Support(firstname.lastname@example.org). You must copyright permission to be able to caption a video. If you have any questions about the captioning a video or a course, please contact faculty Support.
Click here for Captioning Request Form
Photographs can be digitally repaired and enhanced. They can also be manipulated and used as the basis for new images. The digital workflow allows for photos to be used as source materials for other graphics such as collages, animations, illustrations, etc. in projects for print, video, and the web.
This is the use of photographs that are graphed together to form a panorama image. These photographs allow the viewer to look in almost any direct they wish and can contain additional informative elements, videos, and links to other locations forming a virtual tour.
Discs that can be authored include CDs, DVDs, and Blu-Ray discs. As part of the authoring process, menus and other supporting assets, such as graphics, videos, etc. are brought together to form a disc that is playable on set top players. Also interactive discs can be created that allow the student to have fun and learn new concepts.
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