One Button Studio
What is the One Button Studio?
Record a Video
The One Button Studio (OBS) is a video recording space that can be used to create video projects or practice class presentations. The Studio is designed for ease of use, especially if you have no previous video production experience.
The OBS is open to UHD Faculty, Staff and Students for use. It can be reserved through our Library Study Room page for a maximum time of 1 hour per session with the option to renew for an additional 30 minutes if needed. This room is not for group study or Zoom meetings. It is specifically for recording video.
What To Know
On the left monitor, select Finder and select your USB to open presentation.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can I contact for technical assistance with this studio?
You can contact the Library Information Desk at 713-221-8187 with any tech questions regarding the OBS.
For how long can I reserve the studio?
You can reserve the studio for an hour with the option to renew for an additional 30 minutes if available.
What do I need to bring?
Bring a USB drive (preferably a USB3) with plenty of free space to save your video(s). After recording, your video(s) will be saved on your USB drive. If you are using a slide presentation, you will want to bring a second USB drive with it saved.
What will be the format of my video recording?
The One Button Studio saves recordings in MP4 format, which can be modified in video editing software or uploaded to websites such as YouTube, Vimeo, etc.
How do I edit my video?
You can edit your video using the default video editing software such as Video Editor (Windows) or iMovie (Mac). The following is a list of video editing software suggestions that can be useful:
Who can use the One Button Studio?
The OBS is available to UHD students, staff, and faculty for use!