Video and Media

Video & Media Services icon

We offer a broad range of audio visual support in classroom and learning environments, to providing technical support services for events, options for video conferencing, or do-it-yourself media services.

Berkeley Audio Visual

Berkeley Audio Visual provides our campus with professional event technology support including PA systems, audio/video recording services, live webcasting, and online media publishing. Berkeley AV offers a broad range of event production, staging, and technical support services for events that take place on the UC Berkeley campus and in the greater Bay Area. Our expert techincal staff is available to set up and operate our comprehensive inventory of state-of-the-art audio, video, and computer graphics recording and projection systems. Berkeley AV can also help you increase the reach of your...
Educational Technology Services (ETS)

Berkeley Video

Berkeley Video offers campus professional video production services. With a focus on telling the Berkeley story at all levels, Berkeley video is the go-to partner for campus units including public affairs, Lawrence Hall of Science, and the alumni association.

Berkeley Video provides full service video production on-campus. Our production services team can help you take your creative ideas and translate them into fully realized, high quality films. Whether you need help with work you are producing or you need us to oversee the entire production process, we can ensure your...

Educational Technology Services (ETS)

Campus Security Video System

The campus security video system is intended to deter crime as well as aid in the criminal and administrative investigation of violations of law and policy. Security cameras are thoughtfully installed — only where reasonably anticipated to be useful in response to a specific safety or security risk, and in a manner that respects privacy rights and minimizes any negative impact to lawful activity. Campus policy requires security cameras to be installed at all official cash handling points.

Cameras that are part of the campus security video system are installed in...

Information Services and Technology (IST) - Infrastructure Services & Telecommunications, Telecom (Network Operations and Services)

DIY Media

The Do-It-Yourself Media Service is intended to support instructors looking to add video to their teaching techniques. Instructors can use these facilities to create video content for online lectures, flipped classroom activities, blended learning materials, tutorial videos and more.

The service includes:

DIY Media Studios (formerly known as "Micro Studios"). There are currently studios in Dwinelle Hall and Berkeley Way West. Each free-to-use studio is equipped with HD cameras, professional lighting, multiple backdrops, pen tablets and a wide array of screen capture and video...
Research, Teaching, and Learning (RTL) - Digital Learning Services (DLS)

Kaltura

Kaltura is a web-based video management platform that allows UC Berkeley instructors and students to upload, edit, manage, and share videos and other media. Kaltura can be accessed from bCourses (Canvas).

Key Features

Recordings from a variety of tools can be saved directly to Kaltura including:

ETS Classroom Course Capture; Zoom; and...
Research, Teaching, and Learning (RTL)

KALX Radio

KALX Radio is the Berkeley student and community radio station broadcasting over the air and on the internet. Programming includes curated diverse music programs, play-by-play of Cal Athletics, informational programs, news, and more.
Educational Technology Services (ETS)

Video Conferencing

Video conferencing has been a critical tool used for teaching, learning, and working remotely during the global pandemic and will continue to be an important resource going forward. Our primary video conferencing options on campus include Google Hangouts Meet and Zoom, view the comparison table below to see which option is best for you. Does your department need help ordering audio visual equipment? Get equipment recommendations and guidance here.

Whichever option you choose, here are some...

See table for service provider information.