Video Editing on Campus
There are as many different reasons why you may want to edit video, as there are ways to do the actual video editing. At Augustana, the two main programs that we suggest that you use for basic video editing projects are iMovie (for the Mac) and Windows Movie Maker (for Windows machines).
To check for upcoming iMovie workshops, view our Training & Workshops page. If you would like help creating a specific project or would like individual training, contact Kristina Jansson (x7476) or the helpdesk (x7293).
iMovie with iDVD
iMovie is part of Apple's iLife software suite and comes installed on every Mac computer. This makes it widely available and it can be found on all of the Mac computers on campus.
For more information about using iMovie, see the iMovie '09 page or go directly to the subtopics:
Windows Movie Maker or Windows Live Movie Maker with Windows DVD Maker
Movie Maker is a video editing application that is installed along with many versions of Microsoft Windows. This makes it available on many of our campus PCs. If it is not installed on your computer, Movie Maker is available for download for free here and Live Movie Maker is available for download free here.
To make DVDs that will play in a normal DVD player, you will need to use another application such as Windows DVD Maker. Unfortunately, this software is only available on Windows Vista and Windows 7. So, while you can edit videos on any PC on campus, you may not be able to burn it to a DVD.
Roxio Creator 8 Suite
Some computers on campus have Roxio installed. This software has some video editing capability as well as the ability to burn the edited or unedited clips to a DVD.