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Editing Rooms

Editing room computer setup

What can you do?

  • Edit video in iMovie, Final Cut Pro or Adobe premiere.
  • Edit audio in Garageband
  • Record simple audio or voiceovers.
  • Graphic design with Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. 
  • See complete software list

What will you find?

  • A Mac Pro computer with a large screen and comfortable keyboard.
  • Editing Room 6 has equipment for digitizing video from DVD, VHS, and miniDV tape as well as a tape deck to convert tape to a digital format. 
  • USB, and power plugs for all your other devices.
  • Editing Room One has a 27" Cintq drawing tablet. Pen must be checked out from the third floor Circulation Desk.

These computers are only available to users
(a) who are authorized to use a Gelardin multimedia space, and
(b) who have a valid Georgetown University login.

Rooms #1 and #2 are reservable and have the same policies as the other rooms, but they are openly accessible without having to check in at the front desk.

Each patron is only guaranteed one 2-hour reservation per day. Reservations can be made online, in person, or via telephone (Main Desk 202-687-7410). Users may stay in the room past their 2 hour allotment, but must be prepared to surrender the space in light of other reservations.