Audio, Data Viz, Editing and Sharing Video, and Other Resources
- British Museum Audio Tours
- Frick Audio
- Internet Archive
- MoMA Audio
- MoMA Multimedia: Talks, Collections, Special Exhibitions and Visual Descriptions. Presented in many languages, including Dutch, English, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, and Spanish.
- Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago Audio Tours
- National Gallery of Art (Washington, DC) audio
- Norton Simon Museum AudioTours
- Philadelphia Museum of Art Collection Audio Tours
- Tate Channel (Audio and Video)
- Whitney Museum of American Art Audio Guide for Special Exhibitions
Data Viz programming and software:
Contact the Visual Resources Librarian directly to discuss possibilities of your project and software licensing.
Editing and Sharing Video:
- Screencast-O-Matic (15 minutes maximum to record and sign-up with a free account)
- Zoom (a free account will provide 40 minutes of recording time)
Integrations with Screensharing programs (Zoom, Teams, Google Meet, Skype, etc. Creates more fluid, close-ups and better video production with your iPhone and iPad only. It is best to use a tripod, but not necessary. Zoom must be upgraded to 5.0.5 or higher)
NeuralCam Live: AI production app that creates more features and modes with your phone camera lens. To install, go to NeuralCam in the app store. Download. Grant permission to video, and AirDrop to Mac or send to email. Install. Connect iPhone with USB Cable to Mac. Select NeuralCam as your webcam in Zoom, Google Meet, etc. For extra features, such as getting rid of the watermark, low light mode it is $29.99/year for NeuralCam Live +PLUS.
Reincubate Camo: To Install, go to Reincubate Camo in the app store. Download app. Grant permission to video, and AirDrop to Mac. Automatically begins to download to your ArchiveUtility. The application will be in your downloads. Drag app to Applications Folder and your Dock, for quick access. Connect iPhone with USB Cable to Mac. Open Reincubate Camo. Works with Zoom, Google Meet, Teams, etc. You can upgrade to have Pro features, such as better resolution, get rid of watermark, and focus for $40/year.
- AAA (Archives of American Art)
- DPLA (Digital Public Library of America)
- NYPL (New York Public Library)
- NYPL Digital Collections (New York Public Library Collections)
- Library of Congress Digital Collections
- Museums and Galleries Provenance Information
- NYARC (New York Arts Resources Consortium)
- The Frick Collection (Frick Art Reference Library and FRESCO)
- Metropolitan Museum (WATSONLINE)
- Museum of Modern Art (Dadabase)
- The Brooklyn Museum (Collections)
- The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art (Collections)
- Seattle Art Museum (Collections)