Library News, October, 2015
by Eric Rosen, MLIS, Librarian and Gregory Borman, MLIS
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We broke in our new AV equipment at the Sam Gerson lecture and it worked brilliantly. We were able to bring the camera back to the auditorium floor by using a professional grade tripod (from an earlier period in SFCP’s audiovisual history) with our new Canon camcorder, avoiding the odd angles of previous videos, which we had filmed from the mezzanine with a cheaper camera and tripod. According to people who have watched the footage, the optics are clearer and the audio is greatly improved. Following a somewhat difficult post-production with many edits, we are experimenting with putting the footage on dual-layer DVDs so that patrons will no longer have to switch DVDs after watching an hour of the film.
We have also taped the Henry Markman lecture at the Psychoanalytic Dialogues event on Saturday, October 3rd, and we will be taping the Mark Solms Lecture at Berkeley on October 10th, and the Scientific Meeting back home at SFCP on October 12th with Mark Solms again.