The camera is sitting on a head that can be easily adjusted. Tilt it up or down to best capture the person/people on the screen. You can zoom in and out as well on the camera. It is recommended that the camera is set in a way to avoid showing the edges of the screen.
The keyboard and mouse for the OBS computer are located on the pull-out tray.
The small silver switch is on the left side of the box.
The projector remote, to turn it on/off, and a presentation clicker with a laser pointer are on reserve and are to be checked out to the student who has reserved the OBS.
There is a PC computer that is stationed facing on the podium, facing the entrance. This computer is where students can log in to their account and open up their presentation slides to project onto the screen.
The Studio is set up so that a user can record a video and add images or other video layers into the background of the recording.
A green screen is a standard because neon green is not typically used/worn by the subject (clothes, hair, etc.). A blue screen is a back-up color for times when one might blend into the green background (think Kermit the Frog).
The One-Button Studio does this by using a colored LED light that is reflected onto the special screen in the space. It does not look very different until you look at the preview on the screen. The lighting in the studio will have a significant effect on how well the presenter will show up in the foreground. Make sure that the stage lights are all on when the
flash drive is plugged in.
The light switch box is located on the podium, under the video camera. There is a small metal switch on the left side.
Be sure to turn off the light once the recording is completed.
The One-Button recording user set-up should be very simple.
Push the Start/Stop button.
The recording will start to save to the flash drive.
The screen will tell you when it is ready to be removed or start recording again.
(you will likely see this first thing in the morning)
On the library's home page, the Appointments button will take the user to the WC Online scheduling tool. Learning Support uses it for appointments with tutors and on the back-end for booking the ADA tutoring room. This button is also on the Library Services and Resources, One-Button Studio page and Honors guides.
Students will have to go through a quick set up process where they create an account in the program. From there, they can select the calendar of their interest (Math, Writing, OBS, or Honors Research Consultations) and set up an appointment at a time that works best for them.
The student will receive a reminder and, if necessary, a cancelation email.
Because the WC Online tool is unable to sync up with our Evoko room schedulers, please enter the scheduled appointments onto the LIB 105 calendar. Kingwood.Library email should receive the appointment confirmations.
1 The first step is to open KC-LIB-105 - Calendar - Outlook and click KC-LIB-105.
2 Right Click in the calendar to at the requested day and time.
3 Click New Meeting Request.
4 Click Rooms...
5 Doubleclick KC-LIB-105
6 Click OK
7 Click Start Time
8 Select Time
9 Click END Time.
10 Click Date Picker
11 Click Selected Date
12 Click Subject
13 Type in Subject and Click Send
14 That's it. You're done.