|Understanding and analysing the data available in Echo360 to support learning.
|Echo360 Automated Transcripts and Closed Captions
|Automated Transcripts and Closed Captions
|Edit Echo360 content
|Echo360 provides a basic video editing function, allowing you to make cuts and trims to video content directly through the web browser.
|Reuse Echo360 content
|Reuse Echo360 content from other modules or previous academic years.
|Schedule a lecture capture
|This guide explains the process and prerequisites for requesting a lecture capture to be scheduled via the online booking form.
|Teaching modes in Lecture Capture-enabled rooms
|Understand how the available room equipment affects what teaching modes are available in Lecture Capture-enabled rooms
|Upload external media to Echo360
|Upload external media to Echo360 via the Lecture Capture Block
|Use a lecture capture camera
|How to make effective use of the lecture capture camera in different types of teaching rooms.
|Use collections to share recordings
|Collections are designed to be collaborative spaces where specific people (members) are brought together to view, post, or otherwise work with the media in the collection.
|Video assignments via Moodle
|How to set up a Moodle assignment to accept video submissions from Echo360
|Echo360 Accessibility statement
|Introduction to Echo360
|The University Lecture Capture system, Echo360, enables you to record teaching activities and make the videos available online for students to use for review and revision.
|Getting started with Echo360 Lecture Capture
|There are three steps to getting started with Echo360 for lecture capture - Submit a consent form, schedule your recordings and deliver your session.
|Lecture Capture-enabled spaces
|Check if a room has Echo360 Lecture Capture - all AV-supported locally and centrally timetabled areas have information on the equipment, the capacity of the room and a 360 degree image of the space.
|Access and manage Echo360 content
|Once a schedule has been created, you will be able to see all recordings that have been recorded and those scheduled in the future via the Echo30 block in Moodle.
|Share Echo360 content
|After completing a scheduled lecture capture session the content can be accessed by staff and students through Moodle via the Lecture Capture block for the given course.
|Getting started with Universal Capture (Personal)
|Universal Capture is an application that can be installed on a managed or personal computer and which is used as a capture device for recording lectures and other activities.
- Introduction to eStream
- Access your eStream content
- Uploading videos to eStream
- Edit videos in eStream
- Edit video thumbnail
- Uploading a closed captions (subtitles) file to eStream
- Add eStream videos to Mahara
- Sharing eStream videos to Moodle
- Sharing an eStream video with a link
- Setup a video assignment in Moodle
- Introduction to Echo360
- Getting started with Echo360 Lecture Capture
- Getting started with Universal Capture (Personal)