The Video Services facility is open to all faculty, students, and staff members. Its main purpose is to assist the Princeton University community to incorporate video technology in their teaching, assignments and research and to provide the resources necessary to support the use of video technology in the classroom. Video Services manages the majority of the University's video collection and video reserves. The videos put on reserve by faculty for their classes are stored here during the semester.
Video Services houses videos put on reserve by faculty for their classes. Multi-region DVD, VHS and Blu-Ray viewing equipment are available along with other a/v-related services. A new electronic film room/collaboration area is also available for use by faculty, staff and students.
All DVD and VHS players are code/region free. The video equipment is designed to play DVDs, Blu-Ray discs and VHS tapes from the United States and other countries. Each station is equipped with a Plantronics headset with built-in microphone. The library is equipped with the following computer and video equipment:
Dell Optiplex Window computers
27" Apple iMacs
AOC 22" multi-function monitors
Panasonic AG-W3 multi-region VHS players
Denon multi-region DVD players
Sony Blu-Ray Players
Epson GT-S50 Duplex document multi-page scanner (scan single or double sides)
Below is a list of some of the software programs that are installed on the computers. Currently we are running Windows 10 and Mac Mojave.
We are located on "B" floor of Firestone Library, Room B-15-H