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Types of Recordings

There are 4 types of recordings which you can request. Here is an overview of each type of recording:

1. Presentation With Audio Commentary

This option will record your presentation and voice. Everything shown on the lecture theatre projector is recorded, including the visualizer output. You'll need to use the radio mic provided. This is the most common type of recording.

The final Lecture Capture will look like this:

Presentation and Audio

2. Presentation With Video of Presenter and Audio Commentary

This is similar to the Presentation with Audio Commentary option, but with an additional video of you as you present alongside the slides. This mode is only available if a camera has been installed in the room, to find out if the room as a

The final Lecture Capture will look like this:

Presentation and Video

3. Chalk/White Board Presentations With Audio Commentary

Available in some lecture theatres, using the wall-mounted camera at the back of the room we can record Chalk/Whiteboard lectures along with your commentary. You'll need to use the radio mic provided.

The final Lecture Capture will look like this:

Chalkboards

4. Video Presentation

Available in some lecture theatres, using the wall-mounted camera at the back of the room, we can zoom into the presenter, an audio feed is taken from the radio mic provided.

The final Lecture Capture will look like this:

Video Presentation

Lecture Capture Indicator Lights

Lecture Capture Indicator Lights have so far been installed in all rooms in the Oculus Building, but will be available in other Echo360 spaces soon. These lights signal the status of your current Lecture Capture.

indicator_lights_web.jpg

The lights have 3 different states:

Amber - About to Record - This light will glow amber 3 minutes before your lecture is about to start.

Red - Recording - The light will turn to Red when your Lecture Capture is about to record.

Red/Amber - Error - If the light starts flashing red and amber no audio has been detected, please turn on microphones.

Watch this video for help using wireless radio microphones.

Lights

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