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One Button Studio - One Button -- Many Possibilities

Coe Library Room 206. Open by reservation during regular library hours.

The One Button Studio is Closed Until Further Notice.

The One Button Studio is closed to the public until further notice.

However, online assistance is available Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Contact us at or call 307 766-7002. (Leave a voice mail message after hours and we will contact you the next day.)

What Can I do with the One Button Studio?

two students using the One Button Studio


The One Button Studio can be used to practice, record, and critique student classroom presentations

  • Create quality video projects
  • Practice and review thesis or dissertation defenses
  • Produce course introductions for brick and mortar or online classes
  • Pitch business cases or marketing campaign ideas
  • Practice and critique interviewing skills for job-seekers
  • Create dramatic effects with the green screen

Quick Start Guide

Reserve the One Button Studio

  • Reserve at the Coe Library Help Desk with your WyoOne ID card or call the Desk at 766-3190
  • Reserve for up to a maximum of 4 hours per session
  • Reserve up to one week in advance
  • Studio use is limited to current faculty, staff, and students for purposes of recording

Check Out the Studio Key

  • Visit the Help Desk at the start of your reservation
  • Present your WyoOne ID card to check out the key and accessories

Record your video(s) in the Studio

  • Use a USB drive with plenty of space (4 GB is recommended --1 GB = approximately 10-15 minutes of video footage)
  • Insert drive into the USB dock
  • Turn on the camera
  • Open the Black Magic software program with the desktop icon
  • Click on the CAPTURE tab to start/stop recording
  • Note: mute the sound bar (if in use) while recording to eliminate the feedback noise
  • Review your video using the PC.

When finished recording, go to the PC desktop and drag your video files from the OUTPUT folder to your flash drive.


  • Optional - Use the PC workstation to transfer recordings to your University network storage

Shut down the Studio

  • Shut down equipment and DO NOT log off workstations at the end of your session
  • Turn off the main Studio lights and camera
  • Return the Studio key and accessories to the Help Desk