Our services include providing high-quality audio and video production as well as color document and wide format poster printing.
How do I place an order?
How do I upload a file to Google Drive?
How do I share my file with Media Resources from Google Drive?
How long does it take for my order to be completed?
What if need to drop off a pre-printed file for lamination, mounting, or scanning/copying?
Where can I pick up my order?
How do I pay for my order?
Audio and video recordings may be requested for campus events only, theater productions, faculty recitals and special lectures. Requests must be scheduled a minimum of one week in advance and are subject to staff availability. To ensure the highest quality possible, please provide the following information when filling out the audio/video recording request form:
Also, please let us know what you would like done with the footage after the recording. For example: added to the College archives, added to the Library collection for circulation, given to event sponsor (specify format), or streamed online. Processing time for recorded footage is a minimum of one week. Exception may be made for materials needed for course reserve.
A release agreement is required for us to record and subsequently use the recording. For copyrighted theater productions, recording rights must be acquired. The event sponsor is responsible for obtaining written consent of the person(s) being recorded along with any other permissions and forwarding this information to the Media Resources Services staff prior to the event. Please use the Nazareth College Release Agreement.
Media Resources generally does not provide operators for classroom recordings. Equipment for classroom recordings may be requested for delivery by contacting the Technology and Media Service Desk, x2111.
Campus Event Recordings
Access videos of campus events including lectures, concerts and other special events.
We collaborate with faculty and staff to produce video projects, most commonly used for training or promotional purposes. Project production includes planning, recording and post-production services such as editing, titling, menus, credits, audio mixing, sound effects, voice-overs, and music scoring.
All audio and video projects require that you have a script written in advance. Your script will provide the framework needed for us to capture the proper footage for your project. Recording will not commence until a script is in place.
Turnaround time - varies depending on complexity - generally 3-6 weeks
Please note: on average, it can take anywhere from 2 to 8 hours of production work for each minute of the finished project and we are working on other projects along with yours; so please plan accordingly.
Off Campus Event Recording
Media Resources does not provide operators or transport equipment to events that happen off campus.
We offer digital streaming of recorded media content. Streaming services are flexible serving both academic and administrative purposes and providing either restricted or public access.
Digital streaming is ideal for collaborative use and/or sharing of media content with your department, committee, group or the public. Media content may also be streamed within a Moodle course page for use by students in a specific class.
Examples of how this service may be utilized include:
We maintain the Campus Event Recordings page that provides on-demand access to videos of campus events including lectures, concerts and other special events.
At this time, we do not offer live streaming.
For more information, see the Audio/Video Streaming FAQ page.
Flat originals up to 11 x 17" may be copied or digital files printed single or double-sided on 8.5 x 11", or 11 x 17" paper. Enhancements and additional output options are available. We have some specialty papers in stock. Users are welcome to bring their own paper, however, not all types of paper work with our copier. Digital files may be delivered to the Media Resources office on a CD or flash drive or emailed. We recommend users that do not need the highest quality and/or need only a small number of copies utilize the public photocopiers which can copy a paper original as well as print a PDF file from a flash drive.
Please note: We do not print on perforated business card sheets.
Conversion of educational materials to and from various formats is available. The most commonly requested transfers include audiocassette to CD, memory card to DVD, mini DV to DVD and VHS to DVD. Most audio and video file formats may also be converted to various digital formats such as .mp3, .wav, .mp4 and .avi. We do not convert to or from international video formats.
Duplication of CDs and DVDs complete with label printing and cases is also available. Orders ranging from a single dub to high quantity (100+) are accepted.
Turnaround time: 3 days (high quantity orders may take longer).
Media Resources production equipment is available for check out at the Technology and Media Service Desk. More about Information Technology Services.
The Media Editing Lab is a specialized lab designed to support audio and video editing for Nazareth College educational purposes. The lab and related services can accommodate classes incorporating audio and video assignments as well as independent faculty, staff, and student projects.
Hardware and Software
The lab is equipped with 9 Macintosh digital editing systems. Each computer workstation supports a variety of audio and video formats and has Microsoft Office 2008, Final Cut Studio and iLife suite (iPhoto, iMovie, GarageBand).
Lab access is restricted to authorized users only. Faculty, staff, and students interested in using the lab are required to submit a proposal prior to receiving a login and password for editing lab computer use. Student proposals require an instructor’s approval. Class use of the lab must be arranged one semester in advance allowing sufficient time for Media Resources staff to work with faculty or academic departments in planning technical requirements and preparing services. The number of workstations and time-consuming nature of editing may limit how many proposals are approved for a given semester. Therefore, prospective users are encouraged to submit proposals as early as possible.
The lab is not staffed and there may be times when assistance is not immediately available. In general, assistance will be available 9am to 4pm Monday through Friday, and limited evening/weekend hours. It is highly recommended that users check on the availability of assistance, if needed, prior to arriving at the lab. Training and support may also be scheduled with Media Resources staff. In addition, Media Resources staff provide workshops and in-class presentations.
Thermal lamination utilizing 10 mil thick glossy film is available for flat originals up to 24" wide on the shortest side. Please be aware that some inks, papers or assembled materials are not suitable for lamination. For example, materials with glued layers may not laminate well as layers may fold over during the laminating process or cause air bubbles. Also, due to the high temperature of the laminator, there may be some bleed-through when thin material, such as newspaper, is laminated. Photocopying such materials and laminating the photocopy may be an option in such instances.
Large format poster prints and signs are available from original PDF files. Prints can be made on 24", 36", or 42" wide paper, glossy or heavy-coated. Vinyl in 24", 36", or 42" sizes is available for banner printing and optional grommets are also available.
Files being dropped off between 8:30am - 4:30pm, M-F should be brought to the Media Resources office (lower level of the Library, room 132). Files dropped off at other times may be left at the Technology and Media Service Desk. Poster files may also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: Pick up completed orders at the Technology and Media Service Desk.
Turnaround time: one week.
Foam Board Mounting
Posters and signs may also be mounted on foam board. Pricing varies based on size. In general, cost is $4.25.
Lamination - See above.
Poster Pricing Examples
Detailed pricing is listed below.
|Disc with jewel case||
|Plastic Case for CD/DVD||1 disc||$0.30|
|Poster Storage Tube||24"||$2.50|
|Videotape||Mini DV tape||$4.50|
|VHS - 120 minute||$3.50|
|Color Copies & Color Laser Prints
8½" x 11"
|11" x 17"||$0.50|
|Foam Board Mounting||Varies based on size||Generally $4.25|
*Items are measured by the shortest side rounded up to the nearest half-foot and can't be wider than 24" on the shortest side.
|Up to 8½" x 11"||$0.50|
|Up to 11" x 17"||$1.00|
|Over 11" x 17"||$1.50/linear ft.*|
All measurements are rounded up to the nearest whole square foot; posters can't exceed 42" on the shortest side.
|Matte finish||$3.00/sq. ft.|
|Glossy finish||$4.00/ sq. ft.|
|Banner vinyl||$5.00/ sp. ft.|
|Grommets for banner||$0.25/each|
This service is only available during semester breaks when classes are not in session.
Access videos of campus events including lectures, concerts and other special events.
Monday - Friday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM