Center for Media and Educational Technologies Broadcasting Video Production
Broadcasting & Video Production
The UO Libraries Center for Media and Educational Technologies (CMET) offers professional video production and distribution services to the University of Oregon community, state agencies, and non-profit organizations.
Facilities include two broadcast studios, single-camera and multi-camera field production units, a video editing suite, audio mixing and processing and a short-run optical media duplication facility.
Video uplinks from CMET broadcast studios use a point-of-origin Vyvx connection, which provides a high definition video signal to broadcast networks worldwide via fiber optic network. Additional services include live event video streaming, video for event overflow and broadcast audio uplink via ISDN.
CMET maintains direct fiber optic video connections from Lillis 182/282, Ford Alumni Center Ballroom, Lawrence 115 & 177, Hayward Field and Straub 156 to support live streaming events and presentations.
University of Oregon programming can be centrally hosted for on-demand access from the UO Channel, Scholars' Bank repository, or departmental websites.
To the extent possible, service fees are waived for UO CRN-related instructional projects, although duplication and other direct expenses may be assessed on a cost-recovery basis. Rates and related fees apply for non-instructional University projects, state agencies, and other organizations.
For more information, please contact Andre Chinn at (541) 346-2145. For those interested in Vyvx scheduling and technical info visit http://library.uoregon.edu/node/5112.
Scheduling Manager, Videographer
Technical Systems Integrator
Video Production & Streaming Services Manager