-The only way to record your lecture is on a USB flash drive. Plug it into the Capture HD unit in the control room at the back of the classroom. Now you're ready to record.
-To get started, choose the lecture capture option from the main screen:
-Note: The audio will record from the instructor station and from any active student microphone unless muted from the controls on the bottom of the touchpanel.You will then be presented with this menu:
Lecture Capture Menu
-Choose which source you'd like to record from the available options.
-The left screen at the rear of the room will show either the “instructor camera” or the “student camera”. You can adjust either of these camera from the controls found on the right.
- When using “instructor camera”, you have the option of using the floor presenter pad found under the left projection screen. When you step on it, it will automatically adjust the camera to be on you while you lecture.
- When using “student camera”, the view will adjust from the main view to a specific student when their microphone is on.
-The right screen at the rear of the room will display whichever content source you are recording from (the source you have last selected will be in blue).
-Note: The audio will record from the instructor station and from any active student microphone unless muted from the controls on the bottom of the touchpanel.
-Recording time depends on the size of your USB flash drive. As a reminder, there is a box showing how much of your session you have left to record on the menu screen. (get average usage rate).
-Once you ready, hit the "record button".
-Once you have completed recording your session, be sure to remove your USB drive from the equipment rack at the rear of the room.