The KIM.VideoLAB is a service provided by the Communication, Information, Media Centre (KIM) at the University of Konstanz. It provides students, teachers and staff members support with realising their video ideas.

Technical equipment and software


Workstation >artus i7/4< (Acquired 2018)

Processor: 6-core Intel i7 6850K, 3,6/3,8GHz/15MB (CB 1150)
Memory: 4* 16GB DDR4-RAM (64GB)
HDD: 512GB NVME M.2, 1500/550MB/s. (r/w)
Graphic card: 11GB GTX 1080ti

Chipset Intel® X99 Express
Connections 8 x USB3.0
1 x 1GBit LAN
7.1 Audio incl. S/PDIF Out
2 x eSATA 6Gb/s
Slots 4x PCIe x16
3x PCIe x1
Case Aluminium Midi Tower, black
210 x 470 x 500 mm
3 x 5,25", 4 x 3,5"
OS Windows 10 Pro

deleyCON 4 Port USB 3.0 Hub
Behringer MICROAMP HA400 Headphone amplifier (4 Headphone outputs)
2x AKG K-271 MKII Headphone
2x Dell 24 Monitor: P2418D

Available for loan: LaCie Rugged 4 TB external portable hard drive (Terms of use)


Video editing
-    Adobe Premiere Pro CC

-    Adobe Audition CC
-    Audacity

Animation & Visual Effects
-    Adobe After Effects CC
-    Blender

Photo editing
-    Adobe Photoshop CC
-    GIMP
-    Adobe InDesign CC
-    Adobe Illustrator CC

Use and support

Take advantage of on-site individual support

Edit digital audio and video as well as post-process media at eight work stations

Familiarize yourself with video and audio editing

Take introductory and advanced courses

What is the KIM.VideoLAB?

The central aim of the KIM.VideoLAB is to support film and video projects that are related to teaching (including seminars and theses completion). University students, teachers and staff members are introduced to and can learn how to use video technology.

The KIM.VideoLAB makes it possible to use and edit video, sound and animation as part of teaching, learning and continuing education projects. This is one service provided by KIM.LR (Lecture Recording & Media Production).

The KIM.VideoLAB regularly offers classes on video editing and post-production. Should you require any additional information about our services, please contact us via email.

Where is the KIM.VideoLAB located? | Directions