CMN 210 – Text, Image, and Sound makes use of image editing software, audio editing software and blogging tools. All hardware resources are distributed from the RCC 166 FCAD Equipment Distribution Centre. Reference the menu below to find more about the equipment available to you and how to access them. What Equipment Can I Sign… Read More »
Our field recorders are available from the RCC 166 cage, but you must reserve your microphone(s) in addition to the recorder body and SD card. The Zoom H6 contains a port at the front to plug in one stereo microphone module and 4 XLR inputs on the side for additional mono microphones to be used (the latter is a… Read More »
While the current license agreement prevents ProCom/Ryerson from giving away Adobe CC licenses to students, Adobe does offer post secondary education students a number of paid subscription options. Tip: Between our labs and production laptops that you can sign out from the RCC 166 Cage, you may find that you don’t need an Adobe CC license,… Read More »
The FCAD Advanced Media Lab features 27″ iMac computers intended for video editing and animation. The lab is available on a drop-in basis when it is not reserved for classes. All computers run the most recent version of Adobe Creative Cloud and can also be used for visual design work. Location: RCC 359B, OneCard access… Read More »
The Visual Computing Lab features 27″ iMac computers intended for document design and image manipulation and vector image creation. When it is not being used for classes (see scheduled outside door), this lab is available on a drop-in basis via OneCard. All computers run the most recent version of Adobe Creative Cloud, including PhotoShop, InDesign and Illustrator.… Read More »
The following text documents how you may use your mobile phones (Android and iPhones) to record and edit location sound. For a more advanced workflow, considering using the web-based Soundtrap app. Just be sure to login with your Ryerson organizational gmail address. iOS recording options Handy Recorder app Steps: Record your sound into the app.… Read More »
Use this guide to convert multiple images (JPEGs, PNGs, GIFs) into a multi-page PDF document. Step 1: Save your image as either a JPG of PNG file. Be sure to use medium to high quality settings. Step 2: Use smallpdf.com/jpg-to-pdf to produce a PDF. Step 3: Upload this to our instructor’s desired platform.