Panopto provides lecture capture, which is the process whereby your lecture is recorded, stored, and made available through a web interface (only to your students). There are multiple streams that can be recorded: your voice, a computer screen, a camera in the room, indexing from a Powerpoint presentation you used. All of these streams of data are channeled through a single interface for your students. There are even more uses for, and features to, the system, but capture is foremost.
Login to Panopto Lecture Capture
ALERT: If you have trouble accessing recordings from previous Moodle courses, you must first Configure the Panopto Block in your course. Here's how to do it:
Open your course in Moodle
- Turn Editing on
- Locate the Panopto Block and hit the Configuration icon (cog)
- When the page refreshes, select "Add this course to Panopto"
- Hit the back to config link
- Save changes
- You should have the correct permissions now to view and manage your Panopto recordings.
Get Started with Panopto
- Panopto Quick Start Guide - overview of the tools and functionality available with Panopto Focus and gets you started in four easy steps
- Before You Begin: These video tutorials will get you started with the steps you must complete BEFORE you can begin using the Panopto Recorder. They cover: Provisioning your course, installing the recorder, and logging in on Mac and Windows.
- Recording Basics: These videos walk you through the steps in creating your first Panopto recording to broadcasting your recorded session simultaneously.
- Managing Your Recordings: short video tutorials help you work with editing, copying, sharing, merging, and downloading your recorded Panopto Sessions
- Advanced Tutorials: Learn about editing group presentations and creating an RSS link for your course recordings.
External Video and Print Resources
Video: Download a Recording
If you need help with Panopto, contact Simone Christian at email@example.com or ext. 2978 in the Faculty Technology Center in Maryland Hall 057.
Audacity is a free, easy-to-use audio editor and recorder for Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux and other operating systems. You can use Audacity to: record live audio, convert tapes and records into digital recordings, and edit audio files.
Get Started with Audacity
- Audacity Quick Start Guide: This short PDF guide contains everything you need to know to get started recording and editing digital audio with Audacity
- Audacity Basics: This video tutorial shows you how to record your voice, add additional sound clips and edit the audio together into a finished MP3 file
- Install LAME encoder for MP3s: LAME encoder must be installed on your computer to export as MP3
If you need help with Audacity, contact Simone Christian at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 2978 in the Faculty Technology Center in Maryland Hall 057.