The library’s A/V Studio Makerspace makes it easy to create a video or TV show with the One Button process, which records and saves an mp4 file directly to a USB flash drive with the push of a button.
The studio can be used to create programming for BCN-TV, the library’s public access station, or for posting online, on social media or personal use. You can also use it to practice for an interview or record a presentation for school or work. Click here to find out how easy it is to use.
When you’re done filming, laptops with Adobe Premiere Elements will be available in the library for additional video editing.
Time limit: 3 hours (except Sunday)
Studio space is available to book 5 weeks out.
- Monday-Friday: 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m./ 1:30-4:30 p.m. / 5:30-8:30 p.m.
- Saturday: 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. / 1:30-4:30 p.m.
- Sunday: 12:30-4:30 p.m.
To book a time, go to the library events calendar here, click on the date and time that work for you, and sign up.
- A maximum of 5 people are allowed in the Studio Makerspace.
- We request a 24-hour cancellation notice.
- Reservations will be held for 1 hour.
- Please let us know if the furniture in the One Button Studio area is not needed.
Also available in the Studio Makerspace:
- Podcasting equipment
- VHS-to-DVD conversion
- Cassette tape deck to USB conversion
Who may use the One Button Studio?
A valid library card from the Upper Hudson Library System is required.
How large of a flash drive do I need?
We recommend a flash drive with at least 4GBs of free space but lower than 1TB.
Is there an age limit?
Anyone 14 and older can reserve the studio. Those under 14 will need to have an adult 18 years or older in the room at all times.
Where can I get help with video editing?
Laptops with Adobe Premiere Elements will be available for in-library use. They can be checked out at the Information Desk. If you need assistance, please request a Tech Help appointment. Click here to fill out the Tech Help request form.