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Panopto Recorder Settings

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By default, the Panopto Recorder will save local recording files to your computer's C drive (C:\PanoptoRecorder).

There is a setting called "Delete recordings once they are uploaded." This setting is disabled by default, leaving all recording files on the computer, but it can be enabled in the Recorder Settings tab under System Settings. Instructions can be found here.

However, recordings do not delete immediately after being uploaded to the Cloud. It takes 48 hours for the recording directory to completely disappear from the computer. Once this has been deleted, users will no longer see the recording in C:\PanoptoRecorder or in the Manage Recordings tab of the Recorder.

Also, there is an "Advance" Recorder setting called "Capture in MP4 format." This can be found in the Windows Recorder Settings tab -> Advanced Settings under Advanced Capture Settings.
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Running Zoom on a Mac? You need admin access

Just discovered this useful piece of advice from Zoom admin, otherwise your microphone and webcam will not work in macOS.
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Zoom & Panopto: Classroom Recording



I have posted a video recap and resources from April's Tech Tuesday on "Zoom and Panopto," which largely focuses on how to use those tools to record in DePaul's regular classrooms. All can be found here.
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DT&L Registration Opens Today

35th Annual DT&L Conference


Registration for the annual Distance Teaching and Learning Conference opens today. I highly recommend attending the conference.

To give you a taste of the conference, here are two short videos from the invited keynote speakers:

Robin DeRosa



Newton Miller



August 6-8, 2019 | dtlconference.wisc.edu | #UWdtl
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Zoom: Tips, Best Practices, and Hacks



The next Tech Tuesday is on the 3oth April, 2019 - you can register
here.

Zoom is an enterprise video/web conferencing and collaboration solution for all of DePaul's faculty, staff, and student employees. Zoom can integrate with D2L, as well as Outlook email and calendars. You can use it to connect to traditional Polycom videoconference systems, or to replace face-to-face committee meetings.

In this practical session we will cover:

• Zoom’s history, and what it does.
• The competition: Google Hangouts, GoToMeeting , Skype, and TeamViewer
• How to use it in a DePaul classroom to connect to remote presenters (and students).
• How to record classroom content.
• How to edit and share recordings with your students.
• How to create reoccurring meetings.
• How to use the automated transcripts.
• How to annotate your presentations (and let your students do this too).
• Best practices.
• Hacks: remote presentations, sharing screens, and image filters.
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