The One Button Studio (OBS) can help you create the video content you need to engage the University of Maryland community. Better reach visual and auditory learners by recording your presentation and posting it online for students or colleagues to view.
NOTE: OBS is not a video editing resource. If you plan to edit your video, you’ll need to source other equipment and software. See below for more information.
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Review this article on how to Schedule the One Button Studio.
One Button Studios are located at the following locations on the University of Maryland campus:
If you need help taking your video to the next level, or to just make a few edits, there are resources on campus that can assist.
Faculty who need assistance editing their video may reach out to the Division of IT’s Academic Technology and Innovation unit. They provide video production and editing services (free or fee-based, depending on the level of support and equipment needed). For more information, see Academic Technology and Innovation Media Studio Services.
Academic Technology and Innovation's Media Studio is located in B0324 of the Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center by appointment. See also Video Capture and Production Resources for further information about post-filming options.
McKeldin Library offers media services to students.
TERPware offers video editing software such as Premiere Pro (part of the Adobe Creative Cloud App) for free. They also offer other software at reduced prices.
If you desire increased features for your video recording (multiple angles, adjustable cameras, etc.), we recommend that you consider these other campus resources.
Review the Operate the One Button Studio article.
Review the Best Practices for video presentation section of the Operate the One Button Studio article.
If you have issues with the technology, contact Classroom Support or call 301.405.2500.