Search Google Appliance

Downloads

In case of disruptions to teaching and learning see our Remote Learning Advice

Welcome to the Resource Downloads page. In this section you will find links to the latest versions of the Panopto recorder software, as well as all documents associated with Replay Lecture Capture. Please check out the Frequently Asked Questions section, the Accessibility and Equipment pages to find out more about the surrounding information on these topics.

The below information is particularly relevant for IT Officers setting Panopto up for the first time. Panopto is accessible via the web for first time Users. For info on how to log in, please visit this page.

Panopto Recorder Software (last updated 27th March 2020) - version 7.2

Manual Recorder (v7.2)

Remote Recorder (v7.2) (for teaching spaces and lecture theatres)

When installing the manual or remote recorder you may be asked to enter a server address. Use ox.cloud.panopto.eu

The remote recorder also requires a description. Please use something that allows the central lecture capture team to identify the location of the recorder, ideally in the format "Dept/Building - Room - PC" e.g. Exam Schools - Room 2 - Presentation laptop or English Faculty/St Cross Building - LT2 - AV booth PC

If you are installing a new instance of a remote recorder, please contact replay@it.ox.ac.uk after installation with a list of users who require access. If updating an existing remote recorder, the central lecture capture team need not be notified.

Third-party Software & Tools

Allows the use of Axis IP cameras with Panopto. Windows 7 and up. For use with the Panopto 32-bit manual and remote recorders.

Allows the use of Axis IP cameras with Panopto. Windows 7 and up. For use with the Panopto 64-bit manual and remote recorders.

Allows the use of Panasonic IP cameras with Panopto. Windows 7 and up. For use with the Panopto 32-bit and 64-bit manual and remote recorders.

Documents, Guidance and Support

Comprehensive information on what the service offers and how to use it (incorporating Education Committee policy).

A report on the educational aspects of lecture capture, including evaluation data collected from students and staff during the pilot projects (single sign-on required).

Policy and legal agreements for presenters and participants (if students may appear in a recording in a small-group setting). Includes an A4 notice to display in a venue where lectures are being recorded, and an End User Licence Agreement stating permitted use.

Implications for equipping venues, and the functionality needed to record presentations at optimum efficiency.

Outlines recommended AV equipment for use with Replay.

Tips for the presenter to look at before making a recording. This can be printed out and left on the lectern.

Tips for the presenter to look at before making a recording. This can be studied in advance of giving a presentation.

Steps to ensure that the computer is set up correctly and ready to record.

Lecture Capture: Relevance for disability-related provision.

Replay branding toolkit download.

Briefing notes download.

A complete guide to implementing lecture capture anywhere in the University.

Service area: 

Written by IT Services. Latest revision 2 April 2020