One Button Studio

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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 have your VidGrid account active before using the OBS. All videos will be available in your account after recording.

One Button Studio

Features

The Adele Hall Learning Commons
One Button Studio is available during normal building hours of operation.

The Dinsdale Family Learning Commons
One Button Studio and Light Board are available during normal building hours of operation.

See hours of operation for Huskertech Support hours.

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 have your VidGrid account active before using the OBS. All videos will be available in your account after recording.

Visit the One Button Studios

116 Adele Hall Learning Commons/ 107 Dinsdale Family Learning Commons
Reserve the room online or speak with AskUs

 For Students

  • Practicing a presentation for class
  • Studio components of larger video assignments
  • e-Portfolio introductions and content

For Faculty

  • Delivering an introduction to an online course
  • Presenting research papers
  • Recording a lecture when travel is required
  • Creating demonstration modules

If you experience problems with the One Button Studio or Light Board, visit the Huskertech desk in either of the Adele Hall or Dinsdale Family  Learning Commons, or call ITS Learning Spaces at (402)472-5511.

One Button Studio Instructions (pdf).

UNL Light Board Studio
The New Light Board Studio is a new Option at the Dinsdale Family Learning Commons.

A Light Board is a clear glass board that uses LED lights and neon markers to make a face-to-face interactive presentation platform for faculty or students to use for recordings. The image is digitally flipped so the writing does not appear reversed. For questions about the Light Board please contact Brad Severa during regular business hours at 472-0606, or email bsevera@nebraska.edu.

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