OIT provides services for capturing lectures and events, converting captured media to other formats and distributing media; and technologies for collaborating, such as web and video conferencing and Cisco TelePresence. Some services are offered directly, and some in close partnerships with technology groups throughout the university and health system.
Since there are so many media technologies and services available, we provide these grids to give you an overview of the benefits and challenges of each options.
|Audio, Text & Web Conferencing
||Video Conferencing & TelePresence
||Media Download & Streaming|
Bandwidth vs Quality
|How To Select The Right Conferencing Tool
In-Depth Multimedia Services Information
AV Conferencing Services — all the tools you need to collaborate and share information over distances
AV Consultation - allow us to help with your next media integration project for you classroom or conference room
Duke Digital Signage - broadcast your message via video screens in our enterprise wide centrally managed service
Digital Media Resources — digital media tools and processes at Duke
DukeCapture - provides automated lecture and event recording at over 60 locations across the Duke campus.
DukeStream — Quicktime, Real, Windows and Flash streaming services
iTunes U and Podcasting — how to publish audio and video to iTunes U and make them available for download to iPod
Multimedia Project Studio (MPS) – video and audio editing equipment available for student and faculty use
YouTube - highlighting material from the university's academic and campus life
Other Digital Media Programs & Services
Froshlife — the annual freshman film festival sponsored by the Office of Student Affairs and OIT