We’ve pulled together a list of the best resources available for Duke’s video community below. Take a look!

Guidelines, Policies, Best Practices

Hardware & Software

  • Captioning services – Preferred provider of captioning services at Duke-specific rates.
  • Multimedia Project Studio – Two multimedia production facilities for Duke students, faculty and staff. Labs feature high-end, integrated hardware and software to create graphics, audio and video, including Apple’s Final Cut Pro for video editing.
  • Duke Digital Initiative – Resources for students and faculty to experiment with new technology.
  • DukeCapture/Panopto – Automated lecture and event recording system at sites across Duke campus.
  • DukeStream – Allows Duke community to distribute media files (like video) via streaming servers.
  • Duke Link – This teaching and learning center in Perkins Library has video equipment available for students and faculty to use.
  • 2013 POV Documentary Equipment Survey – A list of the most common equipment and software used by documentarians. Good starting point when you’re shopping.


Peer-to-Peer Learning


Producing Video

Music Resources

Footage Resources

Public Domain Images

Need more help with videos? Want to contribute to the Duke B-roll Library? Email video@duke.edu .