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November 9, 2021

One Button Plus Studio now available to K-Staters

Submitted by Cailin Riley

The Sunderland Foundation Innovation Lab, on the first and second floors of Hale Library, has a new and exciting feature for students and instructors to explore: the One Button Plus Studio!

The One Button Plus Studio is a simplified video recording setup that can be used without any previous video production experience. The studio offers lighting, a green screen, cameras, microphones, recording equipment and pre-loaded background options, allowing anybody to create high-quality, polished video projects without having to know anything about lights or cameras. The studio is ideal for recording presentations, lectures, storytelling, interviews and podcasts.

To use the studio, users plug in a USB flash drive or portable hard drive and touch the touchscreen interface to activate the studio’s lighting, camera and confidence monitor. The user can then adjust lighting, change the background or simply start recording.

You can reserve a time to use the One Button Plus Studio online. Please bring your own personal USB flash drive or hard drive to save your project, and check in with staff to unlock the studio for you.

The Sunderland Foundation Innovation Lab is a partnership between K-State Libraries and the Division of Information Technology. Learn more about the Innovation Lab, including upcoming workshops, by visiting our website.