Recording your lecture
University lecture recording options include the two new Echo360 devices:
We also have a DIY camera which is available for loan if you wish to video your lecture or presentation.
Please refer to our AV Help Videos for operational instructions on our AV tools and systems.
There are some key differences between EchoSystem and Personal Capture. EchoSystem automatically records the audio and projected image of a presentation, and when the recording's finished it automatically converts and posts it to Blackboard or the Medicine LMS for students to download or stream. When the EchoSystem booking request is submitted and approved, the lecturer simply needs to speak into the lapel microphone for the recording to begin.
The Personal Capture tool is available on the computer desktop in university AV equipped venues. It records just the lapel mic audio or the lapel mic audio & PC desktop video of a presentation directly on to the computer. When the recording has finished, you can either copy your files to a storage device such as a USB memory stick or publish the recording straight to EchoSystem and Blackboard. You may also download this software from the EchoSystem portal to install onto your own computer.
For all lecture recordings copyright laws need to be followed, so please carefully review this Copyright Information before you record and post your lecture.