Find out how to record content using scheduled lecture capture, ad-hoc lecture capture and personal capture.
Once your session has finished recording, you'll have a choice to publish your lecture immediately, use auto-publishing or review and make some edits to it. This page explains how to make your lecture available for viewing to staff / students registered on the module.
From the 2016 - 2017 academic session, scheduled lecture capture recordings will be automatically published to Minerva 72 hours from the recording being processed.
To record a non-timetabled event in a lecture capture enabled room, you can use the ad hoc recorder on the podium PC in the room.
This page explains how to make your desktop or adhoc recording available for viewing to staff / students registered on the module. Recordings can be published to the Media catalogue or links embedded in other areas of the module.
Scheduled lecture capture allows you to automatically record your sessions without any interaction.
This page provides instructions to install Mediasite desktop recorder on your work PC. You'll then need to register to use the service.
This page provides instructions to install Mediasite desktop recorder on your personal computer. You'll then need to register to use the service.
There are five steps to using the Mediasite desktop recorder. This page explains how to set up a recording, through to what you need to do once it is finished.
Adaptive capture changes the way content is recorded and viewed. This page explains more about adaptive capture changing a recording to a video instead of slides, to improve playback and editing performance.
As a student or member of staff at the University of Leeds you have access to various aspects of the Lecture Capture and Media Management system enabling you to create your own digital content which you can then share with University members or the wider public.
This page provides information on screen reader software, keyboard shortcuts and compatibility views in mediasite and the mediasite player.
There's a wealth of information available about lecture capture across the University. This page provides links to different University sites for answers to any questions you may have.
Find out what operating systems, browsers and mobile devices are supported for creating, uploading, editing and playing back content.
Frequently asked questions about Lecture capture.