Welcome to ECUPS

Emily Carr University Production Services (ECUPS) provides recording, editing, publishing and live web broadcasting of ongoing special events and lectures that take place at Emily Carr University. The film production team are highly qualified Emily Carr staff who work with students training in Film and Video, Photography, Animation and Design at Emily Carr.

 

Production Services

The Emily Carr University’s Production Services (ECUPS) provides the recording, editing, publishing and live web broadcasting of ongoing special events and lectures that take place at Emily Carr University. There is one student supervisor, one video editor and two camera operators (with two alternates), who also have experience with basic sound and lighting operation.

Recording Scenarios
A one hour live talk includes the overall video production and coordination of the event:

  • the setup and video recording of the event
  • the post production editing, ensuring the video and audio quality
  • the web publishing of the event to both broadcast and mobile formats
  • Digital archiving and cataloging of the event.
  • DVD authoring if requested
  • the digital tape and the DVD disk(s)

Fees
Each hour of video or audio post-production and web publishing will be billed at $23.00 an hour per technician and does not include DVD disk(s). Live web streaming is billed at $23.00 per event. Weekend or evening rates are higher.

For a quote and to inquire more about our rates and services, please send an email to tlc@ecuad.ca

Equipment

The TriCaster TCXD300 is used by the ECUPS team for recording lectures and streaming live web broadcasts of lectures, conferences and other special events at Emily Carr University.pimage_49646

Learn more about this production system.


Contact Us

Please contact the Teaching and Learning Centre for details of your project and to cost out your production.
email: tlc@ecuad.ca
phone: 604 630-4554

ECUPS Team Members 2017/2018

ECUPS Staff
Zoe Kirk-Gushowaty
Sebnem Ozpeta

Student Editors and Videographers
Sepideh Yadegar

ECUPS Director
Grant Gregson