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C-Space

Expanding area in Ablah Library to explore, create, and learn about digital production and innovation.

One Button Studio

Welcome to the WSU Libraries’ One Button Studio. Using the studio’s technology to create your own video is easy. There are instructions marked in the studio for your reference. You will need a flash drive to store the video. If you don’t have one of your own, you can borrow one from the circulation desk.

                                                    

The One Button Studio 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 and polished video projects without having to know anything about lights and cameras. You only need to bring your flash drive with you and push a single button. The One Button Studio solution drastically simplifies the video production workflow, eliminating several time-consuming steps. The end result is a studio experience that requires the bare minimum of time and effort while simultaneously providing a consistently high-quality result packaged on a thumb drive in a standard format video file.

Reservations can be made through the link: http://wichita.libcal.com/reserve/cspace​

Please arrive at the CSpace desk on the scheduled time and our CSpace student staff will assist in the process

  1. Start by turning on the lighting system. To do this, find the surge protector on the ground against the left hand wall and flip the switch on.
  2. Make sure the monitor and video camera are powered on.
  3. Insert a flash drive into the USB hub.
  4. You should hear an announcement that “all lights are on”, and an image from the camera will appear on the recording screen. There is a slight video delay, but the screen will help you see where things are positioned in the shot.
  5. If you want to replace the grey background, pull up the green screen.
  6. Pull up the green screen from the green screen roller stand.
  7. Once the setup is ready, turn off the ceiling lights using the light switch near the door.
  8. To start recording, press the big silver button. If recording doesn’t start, turn the button counter-clockwise.
  9. Recording will start after a 5-second countdown. Use this time to get in place before recording begins.
  10. After you finish recording, press the big silver button again.
  11. The recording screen will explain that your video is being written to the drive.
  12. When prompted, remove the drive.
  13. Turn the ceiling lights back on and turn off the lighting system.
  14. Please copy the video you created to your own device. Place the borrowed flash drive back in position and Check-Out with the C-Space.

 

Reservations can be made through the link: http://wichita.libcal.com/reserve/cspace​

  • The One Button Studio may be reserved by all the Wichita State University students, faculty, and staff during the following timings:
  • Monday to Friday: 08:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.
  • Saturday: 01:00 P.M. to 06:00 P.M.
  • Sunday: 01:00 P.M. to 08:00 P.M.
  • Reservations can be made through the link: http://wichita.libcal.com/reserve/cspace
  • Reservations are canceled after 15 minutes if the person who made the reservation does not checkout the room from C-Space.
  • Reservations may be made for up to 4 hours a day.
  • Occupants are responsible for all room equipment and with the same setup.
  • Reasonable noise levels should be maintained. To prevent noise from leaving the room, the door should be closed at all times when the room is in use.
  • USB Flash Drives should be used to save and transfer recorded video. Flash Drives are available for checkout at Library Circulation Desk.
  • Occupants should report to C-Space desk, about a faulty device or software as soon as it comes to their attention.
  • All users are supposed to checkout at C-Space desk after using the One Button Studio service.
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