UEN's Digital Media Service is a digital media repository filled with video and other educational media free for Utah's educators, students and citizen learners. The Digital Media Service allows you to search for content, preview it and then download the media for on demand use. The digital repository includes: videos licensed by the Utah Instructional Media Consortium, local programs from KUED-7, National PBS programs, as well as media from other trusted education partners.
There are a few things your computer will need before you are ready to download media from eMedia.
Learn how to search, preview and download content.
You can download any item scrolling down to the bottom of the page where you will see “Downloads”. Click the download button next to the title of the item you would like to download. You then can select where you would like to save the media item.
eMedia depends on a few media players to display videos. You'll need Adobe Flash and Apple QuickTime Player. Both are free downloads. Information on the players can be found on Quick List of Instructions.
They are both media types, meaning they are digital video formats. The difference is that they are each intended for different audiences/users. QuickTime is largely for the Mac system audience, while Windows Media Player is largely for the PC system audience. Almost all eMedia videos give you the option of downloading a QuickTime or a Windows Media video, so that Mac and PC users alike have equal access to our excellent media collection!
After you click the download button, your browser will prompt you and ask you where you would like to save the media file. Save the item in a place you will be able to locate it once the download is complete. You can also rename the file at this time. If your browser does not ask you where you would like to save the file, check your default download folder. In many cases, it will be on your desktop.
eMedia offers various file formats and sizes for you to download based on your connection speed and computer operating system. You should always download the "Video for Download" version of the item.
We're here to help! If you can't find a media asset you are looking for or can't get a file to download, please send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 801-585-3286 or 801-581-6254.