Films and videos

Use this guide to find films and videos at the library and online.

Media production software

Below you'll find a list of selected software for audio-visual production. Some require an account, whereas others are available on site in the Multimedia Lab (MRT 144) within the the Media Library. Note that there is a limited number of accounts for some software, so if no account is available, your name will be placed on a waiting list.

Adobe Premiere Pro (video editing)

Professional-grade software. Import video and audio. Edit, manipulate and assemble your clips on a timeline. Apply filters, transitions and titles. Export in a variety of formats.

Available on workstations in MRT 144.

Audition (audio editing)

Professional-grade software. Use it to edit music and podcasts. Import and record audio, edit audio, use the multitrack and add effects to audio.

Available on workstations in MRT 144.


Illustrator (graphics editing)

Vector graphics editor. Use it to design precise, easily scalable illustrations, such as logos, technical illustrations and flowcharts. 

Available on workstations in MRT 144.

InDesign (desktop publishing)

Page layout application. Use it to create posters, flyers, brochures, magazines, newspapers, and books.

Available on workstations in MRT 144.

Photoshop (photo editing)

Industry-standard tool. Raster graphics editor. Retouch images. Adjust the tone, enhance or modify a color, adjust the size.

Available on workstations in MRT 144.

Screencast-O-Matic (screen recording)

Easy-to-use application. Use it to create tutorials and video clips. Record your computer screen output, with or without audio commentary.

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Thinglink (image tagging)

Easy-to-use application. Use it to annotate charts, maps and illustrations. Upload and tag images. Publish interactive images and videos online.

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Tiki-Toki (timelines maker)

Easy-to-use application. Use it to create interactive timelines that you can embed in your website.

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WeVideo (collaborative cloud video editor)

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VideoScribe (whiteboard video animation)

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The Media Centre has 5 high-end computers for video production and graphic design (3 Mac + 2 PC). They are equipped with Adobe software, and importing and recording hardware. They are located in the Multimedia lab: priority is given to workshops. Otherwise, students, faculty, and staff can use the workstations on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Free trials

Most of these applications give you access to a free trial or a free basic version online. These trials and basic versions often come with limited capabilities for saving and exporting.