Studio 200


In our studio 200, we facilitate recordings and webcasts for live-lectures, informative video’s, e-learnings and discussion panels of all kinds. With the ability to use greenscreen techniques, any backdrop can be used for your show.  

 We also offer lightboard recordings and recordings of podcasts or ‘’visual-radio’’. 

 All the studio programs can be streamed live via UT.live, ZOOM, MS TEAMS, VIMEO and YouTube 

 We offer full support; camera’s, lights, and audio solutions will be taken care of by our professional crew. 

  • Costs

    The services are free of charge for lecture purposes. 

  • Preparation and checklist
  • Reservation request

    Please use this form for a reservation request: Studio 200 booking 

  • Location

    The studio is located in the Spiegel Building, room 200 (second floor). Location on Mazemap: https://link.mazemap.com/w7QFwLO2 

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Live streaming and recording

VIDEO REGISTRATION (RECORDINGS, INTERVIEWS, PRESENTATIONS, EVENTS) 

The main Studio 200 and the DIY-studio is of course for creating appealing and excellent quality videos.  

From our experience, we can help you to make video’s the best possible way. There are several options to create video materials. Most of them start by creating a script and attractive visuals (without copyright issues).  

We can help to create these scripts and materials to get an optimum in time and recording investment.   

LIVE STREAMS OR EVENTS

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WEBINARS 

We can help you set up webinars and other online video presentations in a variety of ways. Productions like webinars might seem overwhelming but if we break them up into clear production stages, they can be very manageable. Good preparation ensures a smooth production and broadcasting process. 

The most relaxed form is a pre-recorded webinar where you record and edit your entire presentation ahead of time and broadcast it on the chosen date and time. 

A live webinar can be facilitated from the Spiegel studio or possibly on location depending on your needs. 

An example of how a combination of a green screen and physical set pieces can be used to dress up your show. 

Hybrid webinars are also possible. For example, a webinar where the presentation or show itself is pre-recorded but the webinar ends with a live Q&A to address questions from the audience. 

We currently run our webinars in Livestorm.com. Livestorm provides the following features: 

  • Video streaming 
  • Sharing your desktop, presentation, pre-recorded videos, and other prepared content 
  • Group chat 
  • Polls 
  • Questions by audience members 

If you need other options like breakout rooms, it’s possible to use Zoom and similar solutions. 

It is important not to underestimate the proper preparation for running a successful webinar. If you’d like to schedule an intake meeting to discuss your project, please get in touch with the video team through this web form.

EVENTS 

We have extensive experience in helping you design and organize your video-driven events. From simple talk show style productions where a host interviews guests to large live events produced in cooperation with external audiovisual partners and many different show segments. 

Additionally, there are increasing opportunities for creating hybrid events that combine live online video streaming with audience interaction and real-world components or audiences. 

We are more than happy to be your sparring partner in figuring out how to design and organize your event from the earliest concept to the final broadcast. 

HYBRID LECTURING

Hybrid teaching combines traditional, face-to-face teaching with students with online students as well. The purpose of hybrid teaching is to make attending classes face-to-face as good as participating online. There are several solutions for hybrid teaching depending on the type of teaching, pre-recorded materials, and interaction. There is no solution that fits every hybrid teaching class, but there are some best practices. Here we have an overview and guidelines. 

  • More information about hybrid lecturing

    Hybrid teaching with videoconferencing tools MS-Teams or Zoom (usage and hardware) 

    While teaching in class on campus, you can let online students attend the class via MS-Teams or Zoom.  

    Here are some tips/best practices: 

    • Attach an external USB Speakerphone and external webcam. 
    • Share your screen or presentation. 
    • If you use the in-class beamer as a second screen, you can share the second screen. 
    • Use a tripod for better viewing angles. 
    • The help of in-class students can help watch the chat. 
    • Use tools for more interaction. More info via TELT here 
    • Make a recording of the lecture. 

    Webinar/Livestream/Lecture(event) recording 

    A webinar or livestream is suitable for large groups (e.g., more then 300 attendees) or where there is not much interaction needed. With larger audiences more cameras and technology can make the hybrid feel better.  

    A webinar is streaming is different than videoconferencing. A webinar has always a delay for the online attendees. Feedback, chat and questions will have a delay up to 20 seconds. There are solutions like Zoom Webinar, Livestorm or Vimeo/Youtube livestreaming with interaction. 

    HYBRID ROOMS (C&FM) 

    C&FM has a couple of specialized rooms for hybrid lecturing. More information will follow, please contact C&FM for more information.

VIDEO STORAGE AND MANAGING YOUR VIDEO'S 

Faculties and service departments can use the LISA accounts to upload videos to the Vimeo server. LISA can upload the videos, but the account can also be shared to allow faculty staff to upload the video(s) themselves. LISA makes sure sufficient accounts and uploads possibilities are available.  

SUBTITLES 

Due to accessibility guidelines, subtitles are required for videos on (semi-)government websites. Besides that, most people are not able to turn on their sound when they watch video's on Social Media because they keep the sound off in the office or during a train/bus ride. Therefore it's important to add subtitles to all videos. YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook let you upload separate files for subtitles, but in Instagram, they need to be included in the video. Requirements for videos on UT websites. 

“To support teaching staff with their online teaching activities, the TELT team has created this dedicated webpage with recommended tools for online teaching.”
Video team: members/contact

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