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 Featured Videos | Software | Media Lab Reservation | Equipment Reservation

The Digital Media Production Center at Wenatchee Valley College is a professional standard post-production facility. Students, faculty and staff have access to a wide range of the latest imaging, editing, animation, sound and graphics software. You are able to work in a private editing room, on new fully equipped editing systems. We have both a Mac-based and Windows-based production stations that use Adobe's Creative Suite (After Effects, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash) as the main software programs. Please view Wenatchee Valley College's Acceptable use policy

Available services

  • Media production lab in the library building, Room 9103 (Mac & PC)
  • Media equipment checkout which will include: Mobile video production kit: iPad, webcam,camcorder, GoPro and accessories
  • Audio equipment: Wireless, lavaliere, table microphone

Getting started

Before you start filming make sure you understand the requirement of your assignment. It will save a significant amount of time, frustration and your video will be better for it. For example: 

  • Know what you are trying to achieve with your video.
  • Know what you want to film
  • Know your location, audience and resources you need to accomplish your goals
  • Remove unnecessary steps to simplify your project
  • Check out equipment you need (Equipment Checkout Procedures)
  • Editing Station Reservation Procedures

Getting Help, Pre-production and Planning

Beginner or experienced, if you would like to create a video for your class or a research project and are looking for instruction, advice and information there is help for you. For example, you can schedule an 1-hour consultation with Electronic Media Producer. Contact for help:

  • Electronic Media Producer: 509-682-6709, bmcginnis@wvc.edu
  • Teaching Learning Center: 509-682-6718, chategekimana@wvc.edu
  • HelpDesk: 509-682-6550, helpdesk@wvc.edu

List of equipment available for checkout

  • Video Production Kits; include Tripod, lighting, wireless & shotgun microphones
  • iPad
  • Camcorder
  • Go Pro
  • Webcam.
  • Stabilizer kits (for camcorders only)
  • Professional grade audio equipment
  • Professional grade lighting accessories
  • Video production extras
  • Digital Production Catalog 

 Media Production Kits content 

The iPad Kit

  • iPad
  • Tripod
  • Lighting
  • Movie mount

The iPad Kit is appropriate if you want to: record less than 45 minutes of footage, upload directly to the internet, edit footage with iMovie, or record directly to Panopto.

The Camcorder Kit

  • Camcorder 
  • Wireless microphone
  • Lighting
  • Stabilizer

The Camcorder Kit is appropriate if you want to: use the zoom feature, record long footage (you provide the memory disk), record handheld video (use the stabilizer), have your footage recorded to a separate disk. 


Digital Media Production Labs:

1300 Fifth Street, Wenatchee, WA 98801
Phone: (509) 682-6800
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