The One Button Studio is a self-service studio with a brand new service model to support you to actualise your creativity and help you to create digital content with just a few steps. Unlike traditional studio, the One Button Studio does not require special knowledge or expertise to control audio/video recording equipment during the production.
The settings of the studio are user-friendly and ready to support product demonstration, presentation with PowerPoint projection, speech rehearsal, small scale interview, etc.
L303e, i-Space, 3/F North Wing
Multimedia Commons Counter, 3/F North Wing (Tel: 2766-6870)
PolyU students, faculty and staff.
- 2-hour per session from 8:30am to 6:30pm are available for booking from Monday to Friday (except public holidays).
- Eligible user can have a maximum of 1 booking session per day.
- Booking can be made 3 days in advance on iBooking.
- User is required to check-in the booking at the Multimedia Commons Counter 10 minutes within the booking session.
Points to Note
- No food or beverages are allowed in the studio.
- All equipment is for use inside the studio only.
- Never leave the equipment unattended or in an unlocked studio door.
- Equipment failure/damage/loss must be reported immediately to the Multimedia Commons Counter. If it is determined that the damage or parts missing is due to misuse or negligence, the user will assume full financial responsibility for the costs of repair, labor, replacement parts, etc.
- Do not alter, disconnect, or change the cables, connections, wiring, or set-ups of the equipment in the studio without prior knowledge and approval.
- Do not attempt to alter the lighting system, including tuning, hanging, focusing of lights and wiring.
- Props with sharp blades or edges, flammable materials or liquid, toxic chemical, smoke or simulated fog in the studio is strictly prohibited.
- Before leaving the studio, user must make sure they have saved their media files in their own storage devices. Work, which is stored in the computer will be deleted immediately when the computer is turned off. There is no way for files to be recovered once they have been deleted.
- Library staff have the right to enter the studio for inspection during users’ reserved session when needed.