With our digital media equipment you can get a professional, high-quality headshot, record clear voice overs for YouTube videos, create stunning slideshow videos, learn to play the guitar, and convert old cassettes and VHS tapes. And that's just the tip of our digital media iceberg.   

This month's project: Record a Voice-Over.


t3i

Camera (Canon Rebel T3i 18MP DSLR with Video Recorder)

  • Tripod
  • Lighting kit with green, black, and white backdrops
  • Video Microphone
  • Photo and movie editing software

Popular Uses: Professional headshots, photos of inventory for eBay, Etsy, and Craigslist, YouTube videos


yetimic

Microphone (Yeti)

Popular uses: Interviews, podcasts, voice-over for YouTube videos and slideshows.  


casio

Casio Lighted Keys Portable Keyboard 

Popular Uses: Recording, learning to play. 


jamstick

Jamstik SmartGuitar

Popular Uses: Recording, learning to play. 



beatssolo

Headphones (Beats Solo)

  • High definition headphones

Popular Uses: Enjoying an awesome playlist 


 

vcr

VHS Cassette to DVD Converter (Funai) 

  • Stop by the Ask Us Desk on the 1st floor for instructions & remotes
  • Requires DVD -R to record
  • Product website

Popular Uses: Converts old VHS tapes to DVD. 


simple scan station3

Scan to Digital 

  • Located near the Technology Center desk.
  • Flatbed scanner and document feeder options.

Popular Uses: Scan documents and send via email, scan pictures to save as a digital file.


 The Fine Print  

  • An IPPL library card is required to use the majority of our digital media equipment
  • Devices marked as "Borrow This" can be checked out of the library.  
  • Please book a conference room when using the camera, microphones, and other equipment. 
  • To reserve digital media equipment and a room, call (630) 887-8760 ext. 238. 
  • We cannot guarantee that equipment will always be available