NHTI's Media Services Department is dedicated to providing students, faculty, staff and the community with audio and visual equipment and support that is comprehensive and reliable.
Reservations & Appointments
To reserve equipment or request media assistance for your event email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (603) 230-4063. Be sure to include the exact time, duration and location of your event, what equipment you will need, your contact information, and if you will be needing assistance with the installation and operation of the equipment. Reservations are best made at least a week in advance, as the equipment is limited. For duplications, media conversions, video editing and digital imaging, expect at least a one week wait for final products.
Wired, wireless, handheld, lavaliere and gooseneck podium microphones. Self-powered PA systems, CD/cassette tape players.
Dell Latitude CPI Pentium II & III, Windows Professional 2000, CD ROM and Internet capabilities.
Sony LCD's, 35 MM slide projectors and overhead projectors for both opaque and transparent materials.
Sony FD Mavica 1.2 Mega Pixels, Canon Cybershot 3.2 Mega Pixels
Canon 3CCD digital video camcorders, VHS camcorders
Televisions, DVD players & VCRs. Media viewing room available in the library. Lecture halls equipped with TV/DVD/VCR units on pushcarts with sign-out sheets located near the stairwells.
Tripods, Microphone stands, portable screens for projectors, flip charts, and cables.
Most campus classrooms and lecture halls are permanently equipped with desktop computers, LCD projectors, and connections for laptops and memory cards. Television/DVD/VCR units available in Little, Sweeney and MacRury Halls on pushcarts with sign-out sheets located near the stairwells.
Filming & Videography:
Mini DV, DV Cam & VHS recording of events, classes, lectures and performances. Advanced notice (at least 1 month) should be given for all filmed events.
Editing and Production:
Digital editing of videos, including digital video effects, lower thirds, fades and titles.
Downloading, scanning, doctoring and enhancement of photographs. For digital images from cameras other than those provided by media services, memory card readers/adaptors must be provided with your memory card.
Conversions and duplications:
Copies and conversions of NON-COPYRIGHTED audio CD's, Mini DV, VHS, and DVD. Duplicating copyrighted materials is a criminal offense (http://www.copyright.gov/title17/), even for educational purposes, and is a service we will not provide. For conversions of 8 MM video, your camera and adaptor cables must be provided with the tape. No conversions available for Beta video materials.
31 College Drive
Concord, NH 03301
Classroom A/V Instruction Manuals