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One Button Studio

One Button Studio

 

Welcome to Penn State Worthington Scranton's One Button Studio!  

Located in Dawson 117B and available for use by faculty, students, and staff, the One Button Studio is is a simplified video recording setup that can be used without any previous video production experience.  The design of the studio allows you to create high quality, polished video projects without having any previous experience or specialized knowledge.

When you plug in your flash drive, the One Button Studio activates: the camera and microphone are turned on and three-point lighting is engaged, all on your choice of backgrounds.

Video recording is automatic, and the final video file is automatically saved to your flash drive.

One Button Studio button

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Graphic of the One Button Studio button.

You Can Go Anywhere in the One Button Studio!

Check out our promotional video to see just how easy it is to create videos in the Studio, and performing editing in the attached media lab.

One Button Studio time investment

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Graphic showing time investment in traditional video recording vs. the One Button Studio.

Uses for the One Button Studio

The Studio exists to serve both students and faculty, and the uses are limited only by your imagination!

Faculty:

  • Record lectures and presentations for reference or online
  • Include graphics, slide decks, and white-board elements
  • Incorporate video assignments into your coursework
  • Ideal for “Flipping the Classroom!”

Students:

  • Produce video presentations for course assignments
  • Compile digital portfolios
  • Record professional video resumes and interviews
  • Utilize lighting and backdrops as a still photography studio
One Button Studio video camera

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Graphic of the One Button Studio video camera.

Requirements for Use:

Scheduling: sessions in the One Button Studio must be scheduled.  Use the Book Appointment button below to schedule your session.  Bookings are available in one-hour blocks on a first-come basis during regular lab hours.

Book an appointment with PSWS One Button Studio using SetMore

USB Flash Drive: each user must have a USB flash drive to save their video file to.  We recommend drives at least 2GB in size.  Longer recordings will require more storage space.

Laptop computer (optional): to utilize the projector during your recording, you will need a laptop with a VGA connection.  Loaner laptops are available by request from IT Support in Dawson 116.

Additional Information or Technical Support:

Contact Brent Pennington in IT Support, Dawson 116

Email: bdp26@psu.edu

Phone: x2563