Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Video Works

VideoWorks in Building 29 on the Wagga Campus

A new facility in Wagga is being piloted to help academic staff across the campus develop high quality videos.

VideoWorks has been set up in Room 110 in Building 29 by the Learning Resources Unit (LRU) in DLT, and provides a small studio to record high quality video resources with ease.

The facility is equipped with a backdrop, professional microphones and studio lighting to ensure you look and sound your best. The system uses a high definition camera and records right into Panopto, capturing both video and screen capture - so you can present any material on screen or just record a talking head. Panopto provide simple editing tools and it’s built right into your subjects, ensuring that publishing resources out to students happens at the click of a button. And you can do that all from the comfort of your desk. Simply come into VideoWorks, record and once you’re done you can edit and publish from your office.

This facility is a pilot and is aimed at making professional quality video production more accessible to staff. If it is successful, it will provide a model to roll out to other campuses.

So any interested staff, please come along, sign up for an induction session and we can have you up and running in no time!

Explore the room with a 360° view of the space.

Introducing VideoWorks

OR View the two captured streams in Panopto


How to use VideoWorks

  1. Book in an induction sessions with our LRU staff. This half hour session will walk you through the space, equipment and workflow. It also provides you an opportunity to ask any questions you may have so that you’re ready to record into the future. To book simply create a meeting request in Outlook and invite and add Induction Session into the subject. Staff will confirm your booking via Outlook.
  2. Book the room. Once you’ve had your induction session the room is there for you to use. To book VideoWorks simply create a meeting request in Outlook and invite Using outlook you can see the availability of the room and find a time that suits. You’ll receive a confirmation email for your booking.
  3. Come to Room 110 in Building 29 for you booking. If the room is locked come and see some of the Learning Resources Unit (LRU) staff in the open plan office who can provide you with access.
  4. Setup and Press record! Go through the set-up process, record your video and head back to your office where you can use Panopto to edit and publish your video. Instructions/cheat sheet is available in the room and are located on the LRU website
  5. Available anytime! Once you’re comfortable with the space, you can book it out whenever you need to record a new video!

Simple as that!

Download the VideoWorks Guide to find out how to setup and use the space.