One Button Studio
By The Pennsylvania State University
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The One Button Studio is a simplified video recording solution that can be used without any previous video production experience. The design of the studio allows you to create high-quality and polished video projects without having to know anything about lights and cameras. You only need to bring your flash drive and push a single button.
With the Mac OS X App the One Button Studio is now accessible to everyone around the world. The app integrates third party hardware to give you an automated and streamlined video recording studio. Be sure to look at the Setup Guide to see how to fully configure the app and studio for your location.
This app is super dumb and doesn’t work. It won’t go off of that dumb screen and it is not clear. What button am I suppost to click? The only thing I got this for is so I can use my new webcam for my youtube videos and the old OBS had a delay. My friend told me to get this new version and it wont even load! I am rating this application 1 star because it doesn’t work.
My son is trying to capture video from playing Terraria and other similar games to YouTube. This app, One Button Studio, makes it SEEM like we can do this, for free. Yay! But no. You need extra equipment, and it’s mainly about using a video camera to shoot your XBox etc. No support information exists to explain how to do same-screen videoing. So now we have a useless app on our desktop Mac, because we don’t own self-standing video gaming like XBox or Wii or Playstation.
I really detest when an app doesn’t make it clear in the initial marketing copy that you need more stuff to make it work. Or that it costs more to make it work well. I haven’t investigated this one to see if it commits the latter sin, but I am not wasting any more time on it.
Aside from all that? Its name is grammatically incorrect.
We installed a One Button Studio this summer supported by a university teaching grant with the promise of an easy to use, and easy to implement solution for capturing video. The first thing we discovered was the Griffin button is no longer supported by the company. Not the OBS’ problem, but it is a suggested hardware component in Penn States living documentation. Second, the OBS app does not run in a normal functioning state. It is completely buggy!! Penn State does not document the known problems at all! In fact, many other Universities have found issue after issue that has not been addressed in an update. The OBS app is worthless to our mission to provide an automated solution to students, staff, & faculty. Please update your app. Better yet, open the source code to the community and let us make it better.