Lecture Capture with Panopto
Panopto is a presentation capture platform that allows you to capture, edit, stream, archive and share recordings. Faculty use Panopto to capture classroom interactions, lecture, presentations, student demonstrations and role-playing scenarios. It is also used to create learning modules to deliver ancillary content or pre-lecture information. Students view recordings from the Internet to review classroom content, assess their peers' work as well as their own, and create recordings for course work.
Panopto can be used to capture a variety of media from various sources. It can be as simple as an audio recording or as complex as recording from two computers, cameras, and projection in a classroom. Over xx rooms on campus are configured with the equipment to record audio and/or video. Below we have defined the various levels of configurations on campus for using Panopto. Visit the Panopto Quick Start guide and Faculty Getting Started section above to get started.
Find baseline hardware and software configuration information for the Panopto video platform.
Preparing the Learning Management Systems (LMS)
Setup for Panopto use can take up to 24 hours to complete. If you need a course added to D2L, please consult the D2L Support Team's help pages at http://help.d2l.arizona.edu/search/node/panopto. Once your class has been added, please follow the instructions below to install and test Panopto on your machine. The Panopto Recorder Software must be downloaded from the Panopto interface and installed from an account with Administrator permissions.
Read the Panopto Supporting Documentation sections:
- How to Create a Link to Panopto from Your D2L Course Content
- How to Download the Panopto Recorder
- Internet Explorer Settings to Access Panopto from a Link in D2L
- The Importance of Logging in Through D2L
How to Subscribe to Podcasts: A Way to Fix Poor Quality Playback
- How to Create a Link to Panopto from D2L's Navbar
- How to Live Broadcast from Panopto
- Advanced Editor Usage
Faculty Getting Started
- Additional Resources