Find out how to manage and publish your content and recordings
The easiest way to share your recordings is to publish to VideoLeeds, however if you want to securely and exclusively share content with individual staff/students please use the following guidance.
If you want to download or export a recording you have created, you can do this by creating a Video Podcast (Vodcast).
From the 2016 - 2017 academic session, scheduled lecture capture recordings will be automatically published to Minerva 72 hours from the recording being processed.
Using My Mediasite you can publish your recordings to the University's iTunesU channel. This is managed by the Digital Learning Team.
Using My Mediasite you can publish your recordings to VideoLeeds.
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.
This guide describes how to add/remove modules to/from your recording, please note only staff can do this. Adding modules will make the content available to students/staff registered on the module. You will need to follow this process in order to add merged modules. Removing a module will mean those registered will no longer be able to watch the content:
The Lecture Capture and Media Management System only has a certain amount of storage and each user will be given an area of storage subject to a quota. This page explains how to move scheduled lecture capture recordings to your drafts folder if you would like to retain them past the retention period.
Using My Mediasite you can publish your recordings to the University's YouTube channel. This is managed by the University Communications team.
The Lecture Capture and Media Management System only has a certain amount of storage and each user will be given a storage quota. This page explains how to manage your storage quota in My Mediasite. The quota assigned in My Mediasite has no link or bearing on the amount of space or quota you have on your M: Drive. Once content is deleted in Mediasite it will be held in a recycle bin for 90 days before being fully deleted.
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.
This page will provide you with all the guidance you require to fully edit your recording and any associated data, within My Mediasite.
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.
If you want to upload video or audio files into My Mediasite please watch the following video or follow these instructions.
This page provides information on screen reader software, keyboard shortcuts and compatibility views in mediasite and the mediasite player.
All of your recordings can be found in My Mediasite. Here you can review, edit, approve and publish and your recordings.
This page will provide guidance on how to create, and download your recording as a podcast.
If you have received an email notification about a timetabled lecture capture that isn't yours, then you'll need to contact your department to get it reassigned to the correct person. This is a list of contacts for all schools.
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.
Frequently asked questions about Media management.