The Multimedia Development Lab, Hunter 108

The MDL is a facility where you can come to work on multimedia projects and receive one-on-one help if necessary. At the MDL, we seek to empower Whitman students, faculty and staff: We help you to help yourself in developing multimedia skills. It's not as hard as you might think! Access to the MDL is available through cardswipe. Access to multimedia conversion equipment in Room 109 is also available, just ask!

If you have a question about a project, or would like to make an appointment to begin working, email us at mdl@whitman.edu.

Available software in the MDL includes:

  • Final Cut Pro
  • Adobe Creative Cloud
  • Soundtrack Pro
  • Amadeus
  • Motion
  • AfterEffects
  • DVD Studio Pro
  • iDVD
  • Dreamweaver
  • Flash

Available hardware includes:

  • Nine 27" iMacs, 3.4GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i7. All are equipped to handle, scanning (both flat image and film), video editing, DVD authoring, web development, audio editing, and presentation creation.
  • Color laser printer capable of up to 11" x 17" printing
  • Black and white printer
  • Video duplication and conversion station (Room 109)— set up to convert VHS, miniDV and DVD into alternate formats. Limited support for Hi8 and VHS-C also available.
  • Audio station (Room 109)- set up to convert cassette tape to digital audio and to record high quality digital audio.

Contact us (mdl@whitman.edu) to learn about our other software and equipment.

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