A Service For...
- IT Professionals
Faculty looking for video services for instruction, such as classroom capture, should visit the Course AV service site.
A full range of audio-video services is available at Cornell. These include:
MediaSite is a hardware-based system that allows you to deliver interactive live and on-demand video to any user on any screen. It takes into account viewers' device and available bandwidth and provides many customizable player templates and options for interactivity.
MediaSite is often used for things like recording entire courses for distance learning efforts. It produces high-quality recordings in a Cornell-branded interface. It uses a camera in the classroom or conference room, so it is well suited for capturing interactions and use of a white board. MediaSite requires AV staff support, as well as time to set up and therefore needs to be scheduled in advance. To get started with MediaSite, contact the IT Service Desk.
There are two types of video hosting available. Which one is more appropriate depends on the needs and requirements.
Cornell's free web conferencing service, WebEx, provides on-demand, real-time, collaborative web meetings and conferencing. As part of Cornell's campuswide license, faculty and staff can schedule meetings that anyone can participate or present in.
For more information, see the Web Conferencing site.
AV Design and Consulting helps integrate the use of audio-visual technologies in Cornell’s meeting, learning, and research facilities.
For more information, see the service website.
Video recording, sound reinforcement, webcasting, and related AV support services are available at package rates or a la carte. For details and contact information, see the Event Support and Media Production website.
CUView is a centrally supported digital signage service, which allows departments to display their own local information on flat-panel information screens in locations of their choice. Digital signs will be used to display official news, information, and instructions during campus emergencies.
For more information, see the CUView site.