Lecture Capture support

Following Academic Board endorsement, the University has changed to an opt-out model for Lecture Capture service in 2016. Lectures will be automatically captured for all subjects in the central timetable, which take place in Lecture Capture enabled venues. More information and guidelines for use are available here.

FAQs

Guides
Echo360 administration View

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Covering Lecture Capture content of unarchiving Echoes, copying, moving, updating descriptions, editing recording, and uploading external media.


Echo360 Personal Capture – Windows View

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This guide shows you how to record and edit audio, webcam and desktop videos in Echo360 Personal Capture. You can then publish the captures online in a video format or as an audio file.


Echo360 Personal Capture – OS X View

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These instructions cover the Mac OS X version of the software as well as legacy, Windows XP installations.


Create an LMS link to all Echo360 Lecture Capture recordings View

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You can make a link to your collection of lecture recordings once your booking is confirmed.


Stopping and pausing Lecture Capture for a scheduled venue recording View

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By default, Lecture Capture recording automatically begins at the booking start time, and runs for the duration of the booking.


Echo360 Personal Capture – good practice View

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Guidelines for using the University of Melbourne’s recommended screen capture software.



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