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Learn the basics of getting started with Lecture Capture. Faculty will obtain their user account after attending the "Introduction" workshop. EchoVideo is cloud based (accessed in your browser) it supports the creation of lecture videos and promotes active learning. EchoVideo integrates with Canvas, Teams, OneDrive, and Zoom.
Learn what rooms have EchoVideo technology installed, the different capture methods, and the several ways you can upload media and slides to your Library where you can manage, edit, delete (recover) and share your media.
This article is for faculty already using Echo360 (EchoVideo). Learn different ways to record, manage, edit your media or transcript, tools/tips to engage your students, and what enhancements are new and coming.
The Files tool in Canvas provides online storage and file sharing in three places: Course Files, Personal Files, and Group Files. This article includes aspects of each place and offers alternative ways to share media with your students and not affect your course quota.
Record online with Browser Capture using Echo360 (EchoVideo) without needing Universal Capture software, you can record your browser tab, a program window, or your entire screen. Browser Capture works on any computer (includes Chromebooks and Netbooks) with a supported browser and requires an internet connection.
Learn the differences of the video players in Echo360 (EchoVideo) when publishing to a section vs. embedding media in Canvas.
View/download instructions on using an Appliance for scheduled class recordings. If you have Live Stream enabled for your classes students will see a Live badge on the classes list page and the view the lecture in real-time. You can combine student learning experience by using the classroom tools or embed presentations with polls, or use both methods.
Echo360 (EchoVideo) Universal Capture Personal allows you to record synchronous or asynchronous lectures. This guide covers how to install the software on your computer.
View or download the instructions on how to create an Ad-hoc capture in the classroom using Classroom Capture (software installed on the podium computer).
View/download instructions on how to create an Ad-hoc capture in the classroom using an Appliance (Pod/Pro). Download the (PDF) instructions on the right side of the page under the Attachments section.
Easily access a consolidated overview of all video views and polling analytics inside of your Library allows you to see an overview of all data, or you can select specific media, click the Analytics button in the top menu (left of the Create button).
Learn how to share and publish media to an Echo360 (EchoVideo) course which utilizes the Active Learning Platform. Media published to a course are listed on the Classes list page. All students and others enrolled in your Canvas course will have access to your content.
Universal Capture software allows faculty to record synchronous or asynchronous class lectures on their computer (Windows/Mac), from their office, home, or any location.
The LTI error displays in Canvas when an instructor uses Student view when trying to view EchoVideo content. The ability for instructors to see the student perspective is a feature that is coming toward the end of 2023.
Learn how to turn on Closed Captions (CC) in the video player in Echo360 (EchoVideo), change the text size, contrast, position to where CC display on the video.