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How can Academic Media help me?

Experience our exceptional video production services tailored for the educational and medical sectors. We deliver engaging and informative content that both captivates and educates. We capture, edit and produce lectures, guest speaker presentations and Grand Rounds just to name a few. We will train you how to make high-quality video content for your lectures. 

For faculty and clinicians, we create course introductions, segmented lectures, video abstracts, procedural and demonstrative material as well as other creative video and media solutions that can be ingested into Canvas LMS.

 

On Location

Academic Media boasts an experienced production crew who utilizes the latest technology and equipment to produce professional content. We provide turnkey video production and post-editing services. Production projects include video recording for lectures, surgical procedures or educational videos.  We can also capture and produce your college commencement ceremony. 

Sample work below:


In-Studio

Academic Media staffs two production studios; a 2,000 square foot soundstage (Studio A), & a smaller video/audio recording suite (Studio B). Studio A is equipped with a professional lighting grid & green-screen wall. Studio B is a controlled environment specifically designed for audio and video capture.  Video teleprompter services are available in either studio. 

Whether you need a single-camera or multi-camera production, AM can make it happen.  Check our OUHSC-TED style talk below, captured in Studio A (multi-camera shoot with live switching).




Post-Production

Academic Media's post-production is completed using professional editing software suites Adobe Premiere CC and Apple Final Cut Pro X.  We host two edit bays where we ingest your original footage, insert digital video/graphical effects and precision tune the audio to give your video that polished touch.

We also carries Shutterstock music, one of the largest Production Music Libraries for film, television and multimedia content. An enormous library is available to our technicians.

Accessibility is important. Academic Media provides reasonable accommodations so viewers with disabilities can enjoy our final products. To accomplish this, Academic Media uses Verbit to create closed captions. We ensure that the video you create with us is viewable to all audiences. 

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Livestreaming

Academic Media offers event livestreaming services to reach a broad audience. Production projects include video recording for lectures, surgical procedures or educational videos.  Academic Media can also capture and produce your college commencement ceremony. 

Contact the team to find out how we can help you bring your ideas to life! 

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Audio Production

Academic Media can professionally record and edit your audio. 

Services include class content, podcasts, and more. 


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Is Video Production free?

For academic content that can be tied to a course number, yes. We target traditional academic units with our services. However, we also accommodate production for non-academic, research, grant-funded and private sector clients. We offer competitive pricing for non-academic clients.

Our media team and studios help faculty and academic departments create content rich media, graphic and motion graphic design as well as photography. Consultation and training are provided to faculty and staff. 


Find us in the Library, room 251 @ HSC.

The Academic Media studios are located in the Robert M. Bird Library1105 N. Stonewall Ave., Suite 251, in Oklahoma City. However, our crew can travel to any location to fulfill your video needs.

But what about Copyright issues?


Watch the video below for answers about copyright and use in an educational environment.

OUHSC Legal Counsel has provided the following General Academic Educational-Use release documents for faculty, staff, and students incorporating video, audio or still imagery of persons or patients within their curriculum or research.

Special Note: If these release forms do not correlate with your intended use or need, please contact OUHSC Legal Counsel for additional clarification or advice.