The Denver Open Media facilities are a shared space. Users must respect the needs of other members and representatives/clients of the other building inhabitants. Members are expected to make sure their guests follow all rules and procedures, and Code of Conduct for DOM. Members will be held accountable for the actions of their guests. All equipment used under a DOM membership, whether free or at reduced member rates, must be used to create programming that will air on DOM channels. 

Basic Members

Are welcome to use DOM computers to ingest content and access basic computer application, but you will not be given any assistance in using any post-production or graphics applications unless you have taken the classes first and upgrade your membership. Assistance will be happily given to those ingesting content.

Equipment Access and Organization Members

May use DOM’s iMac lab without certification, but you will not be given any assistance in using any post-production or graphics applications unless you have taken the classes first. Members working on projects may request storage space on a central network server. DOM will allocate 100 gigs of storage to be used by members for DOM programs. This is a working storage space and not meant for archival purposes. Please note that projects may be cleaned out after three months.

Reservations

Members should reserve computers in advance via the website reservation system to ensure availability. Walk-ins are welcome during our normal operating hours but members must make a reservation before use.

Ingesting

Log in to a computer as DOM Ingest, this gives members access to all the tools needed to ingest programs, including MPEG Streamclip and the Ingest Server. Please save any working files on the desktop. The desktop will be cleared off after each session.