Memory Lab

Convert to DVD your memories once saved on tape!

  • Conversion capability: MiniDV, Video8, Hi8, Digital8, VHS-C, VHS
  • 1-1 conversion (for every minute of your tape, it takes one minute to convert) Tape plays on the computer screen during converting.
  • Conversion capability: Super8 (non-audio) converts in a 2-step process; we recommend a training class on this type of conversion
  • Easy to operate equipment is self-serve and available most days the library is open. Check our calendar for classes to learn how to use the software.

Media Lab

Create a film, edit photos, or design an object for 3-D printing!

  • Software
    • iLife (iMovie, GarageBand, iPhoto)
    • Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Acrobat, InDesign, Premiere Pro, After Effects)
    • SketchUp Pro
  • Printers
    • Lulzbot Mini 3-D printer
    • Large format full color printer (22 inches)
  • Just getting started with 3-D designing? Start with one of these sites:
  • 3-D printing available to anyone who completes both a) Digital Media Lab orientation and b) 3-D printing class offered by the library or another organization.  Procedures for 3D printing 

  • Lab use is free.

    Computers, conversion equipment, printers, headphones, digital cameras, and microphones are available for lab use at no charge.

    Bring your own discs / Memory Lab, or purchase them here ($1.50 each)

    Printing cost / Media Lab will vary by size and weight.

    3D printing filament costs .10 per gram or $1 per gram for wood filaments

    17×22 gloss photo paper $10 per sheet; 17×22 matte paper $8.50 per; 11×14 premium luster $8.50 per print