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If you’re unable to make it to our studio, you can record lectures from your home or office computer using your webcam and Kaltura Personal Capture. Follow these simple tips and tricks to produce the highest-quality recording possible.
Kaltura’s Capture recorder allows for easy, user-friendly, video capture for anyone anywhere. Learn how to use Kaltura to record your own video and meet our video requirements. Use our tips to ensure videos are high quality.
HPNP 1320 is now home of the Collaboration and Multimedia (CAM) Room, which serves several functions from web and video conferences to small class meetings and general meetings.
Learn how to download videos from the Canvas course site, and how to sync videos to your devices (Android or Apple) as MP4 and MP3 files.
The Video Production team offers digital signage for any LCD monitor and projection screens in Communicore’s MDL-1 classroom.
Learn how to integrate interactive quizzes into your curriculum. The quizzes can be made from videos uploaded on Kaltura and grades will automatically updated in the gradebook upon student’s completion.
Slide preparation is a critical part of having a successful presentation. Through good slide preparation you can efficiently communicate your information to students while minimizing potential distractions from the presentation.
Filming in a studio environment allows us to capture your lecture with a professional level of audio and video clarity. With that comes some challenges during the filming experience. Learn what to expect the day of and some tips to help the process go smoothly.
To maintain high quality of learning The College of Pharmacy has established a review process for reviewing the re-use of videos. Please submit all video re-use forms at least 3 weeks prior to the start of the semester that the re-use of videos is planned.
Viewers and students can watch a live event stream of any of the Video Productions Current live videos here. Recordings of previously streamed events are available through the College of Pharmacy’s Live Channel.