Here on the FAQ’s (frequently asked questions) page you can find some answers to the most popular questions about the studio. If you do not see the answer to your question please feel free to contact us via the contact form, email, or phone.
Where are the studios located?
Tempe Campus – Computing Commons
These studios are located on the Tempe campus in the computing commons (CPCOM) building. The rooms are #220 and #233 which are the 2nd floor of the building. See a map on the location page.
SkySong Campus – 1365 N. Scottsdale Rd.
This studio is located on the SkySong campus in the (SS#3) on the 2nd floor, room number 238. As you exit the elevator or staircase turn to face the North. Take the hallway to your left (South) and check in with the reception desk. See a map on the location page.
Who can use the ASU Online Studio resources?
Any instructor who has a class that is part of the ASU Online programs or is managed by ASU Online.
What should I do to prepare for my first studio recording?
Please read the “recommendations” page and follow all of the recommendations.
Also, you can read this excellent article online about “How To Make the Most of a Video Introduction for an Online Course”.
When should I schedule my recording(s)?
It is highly recommended that you schedule your recordings 2 weeks before your media is needed.
When does my video need to be scheduled in order to make a session launch?
Please schedule your video production no later than 2 weeks before the start of a session (e.g. Spring A 2015) in order for the video to be edited and encoded on a video server. Requests made within 2 weeks of a start of a session will be accepted as time permits.
How long does it take for my video to be ready after being in the studio?
After you are in the studio for video or media production the media goes to what is commonly called “post-production”. It is at this stage that the video is edited, treated for effects, then compressed and uploaded to a video server. This process will normally take 3-5 working days for the videos to be fully produced.