Studio One: A Self-Service Video Production Studio for BCM Educators
Studio One is a simplified video recording studio for BCM educators and faculty. Studio One is designed to empower BCM faculty and other course instructors to easily produce and record professional quality presentations, lectures, or demonstrations with limited or no previous video production experience.
New User Orientation
Prior to using Studio One, users must attend the Studio One Orientation. During the 1.5 hour hands on training, you’ll learn how to create a storyboard and the basics steps of how to use Studio One, including recording and saving your video.
New User Orientation Registration Dates 2022
Classes held every Tuesday (10-11:30 a.m.)
Note, class size is limited to no more than 15 participants.
If you've already completed orientation and you want to use the Studio individually, please book a reservation below.
Getting Started with Studio One
Users will access the studio, plug in a flash drive and record theircomplete video presentation, with little or no technical support and no need for subsequent editing or post-production.
Insert your drive into the dock to begin.
Press the button to start/stop recording.
Remove your drive when you are finished.
Equipment and Capabilities
- Professional Quality Microphone and Camera
- Wacom Table for annotations
- Chromakey Background
- Picture-in-Picture Recording
- Dual Display (Presentation and Confidence Monitors)
- Professional Lighting
- Use with Zoom, VoiceThread and/or Teams
Uses for the One Button Studio
- Record a presentation
- Record a lecture
- Record an interview
- Record a podcast
- Record spoken word
- Record a commercial
- Room can be used to record a variety of media