Welcome to the One Button Studio. This is a quick simple solution to recording a speaker giving a presentation, making an introduction, explain a procedure, etc.
Please follow these instructions to get started with your video. For your recording, you will require a USB flash drive formatted to FAT32.
- To begin, please use the touch panel on the lectern to turn on the display, and then switch to the “One Button” input.
- If you see this Welcome screen, you’re ready to record. Please follow the on-screen instructions to record your video.(see illustration below)
- If you see this window asking to choose a Volumes folder, please use the mouse to select Open. This window will appear each time the One Button Studio software is launched.
- After selecting Open, you will now see the Welcome screen, which means you’re ready to record. Please follow the on-screen instructions to record your video.
- When you have stopped recording, you’ll know it is safe to remove your USB drive when you see Session complete.
Lighting does not come on when you insert your USB drive
- If the lighting does not come on when you insert your USB drive, please make sure the Volume Folders dialog is not waiting for input (See Recording Instructions above).
- Remove USB drive, wait 5 seconds, re-insert.
- If the lighting still does not come on, remove your USB drive. Using the mouse, navigate to the top menu and Quit the One Button Studio software.
- Once the software has closed, re-open it using the One Button Studio shortcut in the dock at the bottom of the screen.
- When the Volumes Folder dialog pops up, select Open (See Recording Instructions). Now insert your USB Drive.
If there’s still no lighting, please contact a Classroom Support Technology representative for assistance.
You can’t see yourself on the display
If you are about to start your recording and see the below screen with no video of yourself, the camera is likely powered off.
- Once you’ve turned the camera on, you’ll need to Quit the One Button Studio software and open it again (See Lighting Troubleshooting above). Once you’ve gone back into the software, you should see a preview image like below.