audio and video playback
Many classrooms, especially lecture halls, use this item to amplify voice, laptop computers, DVD's & VHS videotapes.
This item simplifies the process of hooking up your laptop to the ceiling projector as well as playing DVD's and VHS videotapes.
This machine plays blu-ray, DVD, and compact discs.
This item allows the user to play 33 1/3 and 45 RPM vinyl records, CD's, audio cassettes, and FM radio.
This high def camcorder is used by faculty to record student presentations. It comes with 36 GBs of memory on a SD card for hours of record time. It connects easily to a wireless mic for improved audio. It also comes with a USB for downloading videos to one's computer.
This item allows the user to play both DVD's and VHS videotapes.
This item projects high resolution widescreen stills and motion video from the user's laptop computer and media player.
This adaptor allows MacBook computers issued since 2009 to connect to LCD projectors via a VGA cable.
This multi-purpose portable cart comes equipped with a LCD projector, DVD/VHS player, and speakers.
Connected to an audio amplifier, this equipment acts as a record player.
This combines a television with integrated DVD and VHS players.
Audacity is free, open source software for recording and editing audio. It is available for Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux, and other operating systems. MP3 files can be created once the LAME CODEC
is also installed.
Player for all formats of DVD.
iTunes University is NMU's podcast site to the world.
Sound Forge is a digital audio editing suite by Sony Creative Software. ACID Pro 5 software is a professional digital audio workstation (DAW) for composing, recording, mixing, and arranging audio and MIDI tracks.
WildCast is NMU's internal podcast network.
Windows Media Center plays the computer user's pictures, videos, and music from local hard drives, optical drives, and network locations. It then categorizes them by name, date, tags, and other file attributes. Media managed through Media Center can also be relayed via a home network to standard TV sets via the specially designed Windows Media Center Extender or the Xbox 360.