Dec 082017
 

Winter [Break] is Coming… The last day of finals for the 2017 Fall semester is December 9th. Undergraduate access to the UCF/SVAD Film Program’s production facilities ends at 11:59pm on Saturday, Dec. 9th. Capstone students can request extended access to post-production facilities until noon on December 22nd. Undergraduate re-admittance to production facilities for the Spring semester does not begin until 8:30am on Monday, January 8th. Students enrolled in production courses must have their cards rescanned at the Film Operations Desk at the start of each semester.

Graduate student access to both main campus production facilities and the SVAD Graduate Lab at the UCF Center for Emerging Media closes for Winter Break at noon on December 22nd and reopens for the Spring semester at 9am on Tuesday, January 2nd.

The university is closed for business from Saturday, December 23rd to Monday, January 1st. The Film Equipment Room reopens for business at 8:30am on Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018.

Enjoy the break. Happy holidays!

Nov 202017
 

The university will be closed Thursday, November 23rd and Friday, November 24th in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. Please schedule your equipment and facility requests accordingly and enjoy the long weekend!

Oct 132017
 

All Film Program workstations, suites, and classrooms have been updated to the latest release of Adobe CC 2017 (v11.1.2) and macOS Sierra (v10.12.6). We strongly recommend any student running Premiere Pro v11.1.0 to update as soon as possible as some of our stand-a-lone users have reported problems with project and media files being unintentionally deleted due to a known bug in that release. This issue has been resolved in the latest stable release, version 11.1.2.

Installations of Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve and DaVinci Resolve Studio have been updated to version 14.0.1.

Students who are using Adobe CC on their personal computers should wait to upgrade to the recent 2018 release of CC in order to keep compatibility with UCF’s post-production environment. Instructions on how to walk back an Adobe CC 2018 installation to Adobe CC 2017 can be found here. For a full list of the currently supported software versions, please visit the software section of this site.