According to the posted timeline, you will lose access to Panopto in November 2022. Please take the time to audit your videos and ensure that the videos you expect to see in YuJa are there. Note: Videos in Panopto from July, 2022 to present will NOT be migrated. You will need to do these manually.
Some instructors prefer to add audio narration to their PowerPoint presentations, then record and save them before uploading to an online video-sharing platform (Panopto, YouTube, MS Stream, etc.) If you record your PowerPoint presentation with audio (narration) and save it, the file will play fine on your computer. However, the audio and video will go
We have integrated Zoom and Panopto so that if you have a Zoom cloud recording, it will automatically be transferred to the Panopto Cloud. Once you have recorded a Zoom session and ended the meeting, you’ll get a message in your email: [Panopto] Ready to view: Curtis Williams’ Zoom MeetingPanopto is Chapman University’s long-term video
If you missed the presentation on easy methods for lecture capture in your hybrid, blended, flipped, or online class, the recording and slides are now available. The slides have links to more resources and more demonstrations than we were able to cover in the time allowed. Please visit them and explore the resources asynchronously as
This blog post is authored by Samantha Dressel, faculty in the English Department of Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. When faced with suddenly switching to online teaching, I had several layers of panic. First, I don’t consider myself particularly tech savvy and do not like being under the gun for new technology.