Video Recording Studio
About the Studio
Located in the Bartle Library Information Commons, the Video Recording Studio (LS-1544) provides students, faculty and staff with the space and equipment to create videos for purposes including class projects, course introductions, presentation practice, interview practice and more. The studio features Panopto, a platform which makes it easy to record, edit, manage and share your videos. The equipment in the studio is set up and ready to use — it all turns on with the flip of a switch!
The staff at the library does not provide Panopto support. To learn more about Panopto or for additional support and training, contact the University Center for Training and Development. For any other support needed while using the studio, visit the Reader Services desk.
- Computer with Panopto software
- Stationary pan-tilt-zoom camera
- 2 backdrops (white and green)
- Presentation remote
- Overhead shotgun microphone
- Video monitor/teleprompter
- DVD/VHS combo deck for digitizing media
- Studio lighting
Step 9: Change video to “AV Bridge CONFERENCE”
Step 10: Change Audio to “Speakerphone (AV Bridge CONFERENCE)”
Step 11: Use the Joystick to position the camera correctly.
- Up/Down/Left/Right Changes angle
- Turn the knob changes the zoom
To reserve the studio, visit libcal.binghamton.edu/booking/studio. Pick up the key to the studio at the Reader Services desk.