Studios at the Faculty Media Center are designed specifically with the Do-It-Yourself media creator in mind. Built to OSU's Classroom Technology standard, our acoustically-treated spaces feature familiar, one-touch controls and high quality cameras and microphones to help you easily create media. Check out our Studio Profiles to learn more about each space.
The Flex Studio is our largest studio, consisting of 500 sq.feet of studio floor space. There are built-in cameras, lights and microphones with three different backdrops: black, grey and green-screen. It also features a document camera, overhead camera and a computer HDMI input, all controlled using an easy-to-use interface. The Flex studio has many different uses such as video lectures, video interviews, video demonstrations, panel discussions or workshops.
The video Booth is a soundproof recording studio that can be used for both audio and video recording. It features a built-in camera, light and microphone with an easy-to-use interface. This studio can be used for PPT video lectures, whiteboard annotated videos, video interviews and group podcasts.
The Audio Booth is an exceptionally soundproof recording booth, perfect for recording voiceovers, interviews, podcasts or conference call interviews. It features two Shure 58 microphones, Sony headphones and an easy-to-use interface.
The editing suite is designed to support faculty and staff with access and orientation to editing software for video, audio, titles, and screencasts.