All of these programs have extensive online help. The videos below are just some quick ways to see how we're doing things. If you have any questions, complaints, suggestions, etc., contact Mary Heintz.
Basic workflow with Panopto is to record the video, upload it to the server, edit (if necessary) and publish it (set who is allowed to see it).
- Getting Panopto - Getting the software installed on your computer
- Watching a Video in Panopto - How the videos look for people watching
- Recording on a Windows computer
- Recording on a Macintosh computer
- Upload a PDF to a Panopto Video
- Editing - Taking Out a Section
- Default Panopto Folder - Depending on how you start the program, your default folder will be different. This could make it difficult for students in canvas to find your recording.
- Speaker View vs. Gallery View - Short answer, tell everyone connecting to your zoom session to use Speaker View to save on bandwidth
- Turn Off Enable Join Before Host
Campus held some zoom meetings about online teaching. The slides from the talk can be found here.
Connecting to Servers Remotely
To run graphical programs remotely, you may need to download an ssh client and X software. Or talk to Mary about getting an NX subscription for your server.
We have NX Servers running on a couple of computers. This is not free software and we are limited to a given number of people who can remotely login. However, if people are having trouble using ssh and X to remotely run their software, this is a possible solution. We do get an academic discount for the software, which is a yearly subscription. Contact Mary for more information.