One Button Studio
Kodak Playsport HD Camcorders
VHS to DVD Convertors
Wacom Cintiq Graphics Tablets
To learn more about checking out cameras to record your project offsite, visit the Instructional Materials Center.
Tutorials & Help
Free Online Resources
These resources are available to anyone who wants to learn more about video production.
Learn After Effects CC
Editing Video in Photoshop CC
Learn Premiere Pro CC
Camtasia Studio 8 Tutorials
iMovie for Mac Help
iMovie for iOS Help
Library Subscription Resources
These resources are reserved for students, faculty and staff at Southeast Missouri State University. Please contact us to gain access.
Lynda.com Premiere Pro Essential Training
Lynda.com After Effects Essential Training
Lynda.com Camtasia Studio 8 Essential Training
Lynda.com iMovie Courses
Understanding Video software
Video editing files contain the edit information within your project, but do not actually contain the media. (.camrec, .mp4, .png, etc.).
Instead, the file references that media from a designated location. Therefore, if you move, delete, or rename any of the media and try to open the video, it will not be able to locate that media associated with the project.
How to avoid File Location Error
- Make a new folder on the desktop and label with your project name.
- Place all images, videos, and audio in this designated folder.
- Once the software is open save the new project to the folder.
Software & Applications
Adobe After Effects CC, Adobe Character Animator CC, Adobe Flash CC, Adobe Media Encoder CC, Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Adobe Prelude CC, Adobe Speed Grade CC, Camtasia Studio for Mac and iMovie
Adobe After Effects CC, Adobe Character Animator CC, Adobe Flash CC, Adobe Media Encoder CC, Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Adobe Prelude CC, Adobe Speed Grade CC and Camtasia Studio 8