This page will show you how to record a video of your lecture in the DMC 1.202 Lecture Hall. All of these solutions are relatively untested so we will be recording (3) versions simultaneously so that if something messes up you'll have alternate recordings / backups.
Recording 1: MP3 Audio Recorder in AV Rack
Connect a USB stick to the iKey RM3 audio recorder in the rack and press record. All audio from the classroom's microphones as well as the Crestron AV system will be mixed and recorded. The resulting MP3 file can be uploaded after class to Box, Canvas, etc.
Insert a USB flash drive or an
Press the RECORD button TWICE
Ensure that the elapsed time is advancing.
When the lecture is over, press
Recording 2: Laptop Screen Record
record laptop content using Snagit software screen recorder (https://www.techsmith.com/snagit.html). Connect an 1/8" audio cable between the teaching console powersphere and your laptop which will route all audio from the classroom's microphones as well as the Crestron AV system into the recording software. All content shown on the laptop will be recorded (but not other AV content like the Doccam, classroom PC, etc) along with the microphone feeds.
The resulting MP4 file can be uploaded after class to Box, Canvas, etc.
|Launch Snag It|
When Snagit launches
click on the CAPTURE button
The record console will launch.
Make sure that RECORD SYSTEM AUDIO is OFF
and RECORD MICROPHONE is ON
You can now click the RED Capture button
or use a keyboard shortcut to start a recording
You will now see a READY TO RECORD window.
This will let you verify that your SYSTEM AUDIO is OFF
and that USB Audio Device is being recorded.
You can now press RETURN to start recording.
|You will see a COUNTDOWN, then the records starts|
During a recording the Snagit logo in the menu bar will
turn RED. This gives you a visual that it is recording.
To STOP a recording click on the RED Snagit logo
and then click on Stop Recording.
The recording will be stored in the location
set in Snagit's Preferences.