UA’s lecture capture software
Panopto allows instructors to record lectures and automatically upload them to the Course Videos area of a Blackboard course. These recordings most commonly consist of voice capture through the classroom microphone, and screen capture of the lecturer’s computer screen.
Once uploaded, recordings are available to students via streaming online, or through the Panopto mobile app. Students are also able to capture their own recordings and upload to Panopto. Panopto is available in most UA classrooms and available to download to personal computers.
New to Panopto?
Check out our own Panopto intro video. This video showcases everything you need to know to record your first remote lecture with Panopto.Record Your First Panopto Video
Panopto for Instructors
Provision Your Panopto Course – Before a course will appear in your Panopto list of courses, you must provision that course for use with Panopto.
Add Panopto to a Course – What to do when there’s no “Course Videos” link
Installing Panopto on Personal or Work Computer
Quickstart Guide for Classroom Computers – Step by step illustrated tutorial
Choosing between Zoom and Panopto – Which recorder should you use?
Using Panopto in the Classroom – What to do when you get to the podium: adjust equipment and sanitize, sign in, press record, stop & upload
Record Your Lecture from Home – Basics for recording from your [home] office
Live Stream Your Lecture from Home or Classroom – For synchronous lectures
Managing Video Content in Panopto
Uploading Zoom Recordings and Other Media
Copy and Move Recordings within Panopto
Share Recordings in Multiple Courses
Embed Panopto Videos in Blackboard Course
View Session Statistics for Participation Information
Enable Student Recording