Thanks to our EMS team, community members may now reserve the One Button Studio (OBS) through DeaconSpace. Created in partnership with Academic Technologies, One Button Studio is an automated, student focused, video recording facility located in Z. Smith Reynolds Library behind the Service Desk.
One Button Studio opened in 2018 with the goal of making high quality video recording simple. By taking the focus off of technology knowledge; students, faculty, and staff can focus on making engaging content for class projects, capstones, presentations, lectures, and more.
OBS comes equipped with a gray backdrop that illuminates with either green or blue light depending on what a user is wearing. The LED ceiling lights, microphone, and camera are activated when a USB thumb drive is inserted.
Once a participant is ready, simply click the button to begin recording. To stop recording, press the button again. Sessions will be compressed and recorded onto a participant’s USB drive and saved as an M4V with video and audio and/or an audio-only MP3.
If users have additional needs for the studio, the One Button Studio team is happy to meet and discuss the many ways in which the OBS can be utilized. Please contact One Button Studio for a one-on-one consultation. Visit the OBS webpage for best tips and practices.
Ready to book your session? Visit rooms.wfu.edu to search for One Button Studio. While looking for rooms, view studio availability and select your desired time slot.