Visual and Performing Arts

Fuller Media Center - Clark University

Fuller Multimedia Center

The Fuller Multimedia Center Lab, located on the third floor of the Traina Center for the Arts, is the hub of technology for the Department of Visual and Performing Arts.

Hardware

  • State of the art work stations for students working in graphic design, computer music and video production
  • Four video editing suites
  • A sound-proofed recording area
  • Multi-function conference room
  • Laser Printer (Clark OneCard required)

Software

A list of currently installed software is provided by Information Technology Services' Computer Labs & Resources page. In addition, the video editing suites have Final Cut Studio.

Watching DVDs

To watch a movie, first go to the Apple Menu > System Preferences > CDs & DVDs and change the bottom option, "When you insert a video DVD", to "Ignore" or select VLC in the Applications folder.

Video Equipment Rentals

Students currently enrolled in video production courses may borrow equipment from the lab. Please contact Media Services for all other rentals.

Digital Storage

It is important to remember that the computers in the Multimedia lab are shared by many students and erased each semester. As such, please do not rely these machines to store your class projects and always make a back-up copy. One problem you might encounter while making a back-up is that many external storage devices (hard drives, SD cards, USB "thumb" drives) are often pre-formatted out of the box to work with Windows computers. The best way to fix this is through OSX's Disk Utility application.

Finding Help

Please notify the proctor on duty or contact the Resource Library Coordinator for all questions regarding this facility. For immediate assistance there is a phone located outside the lab that can be used to call the ITS Help Desk (x7745).