The UNL One Button Studio* is a simplified video recording setup that can be used without any prior video production knowledge. The design of the studio allows you to create high quality and polished video projects without having to know anything about lights and cameras. You only need to bring your flash drive with you and push a single button.
VISIT ONE BUTTON STUDIO
116 Adele Hall Learning Commons --Reserve the room online or speak with AskUs in the Link.
- Practicing a presentation for class
- Studio components of larger video assignments
- e-Portfolio introductions and content
- Delivering an introduction to an online course
- Presenting research papers
- Recording a lecture when travel is required
- Creating demonstration modules
OBS is an automated recording studio located in Love Library for use by University Students, Faculty and Staff.
You must bring your own USB drive to save your recording. The OBS can not read storage devices that are formatted NTFS, all thumb drives should be formatted FAT. The OBS will not allow you to record if you have less than 500mb of space available on your USB drive.
Excerpt From: Penn State. “One Button Studio.” iBooks.
For any questions about the OBS please contact Brad Severa during regular business hours at 472-0606, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Thanks to Penn State for their support in this project and creating and sharing the concept of the One Button Studio.
Insert your USB flash drive in the port to begin. The studio lighting will turn on as well as the recording software.
When prompted, press the silver button to record…
…and press the silver button again when finished. The studio lighting will turn off and the recording software will close.
Remove your USB flash drive when the file download is done.