If you have to record one or more of your classes for students who may be in isolation or quarantine, you can share your videos with your students through the Zoom integration with Panopto or the Panopto recorder application installed … Continue reading Sharing Panopto Videos With Students Who Need to Miss Class?
ITS is rolling out an experimental program to connect our student employees with folks in need of simple media production. Fill out this form if you’d like us to consider a small project that involves video editing, audio editing, or … Continue reading Media Projects — Connecting Faculty and Staff with Skilled Student Employees
Since most of our classes have moved online, many more faculty have been using Panopto to host their pre-recorded videos. For those unfamiliar, Panopto is our video streaming and lecture capture software that allows you to upload or record audio, … Continue reading Enable Automatic Captions For Panopto Course Folders
Suppose two people each set out to build traditional doghouses. One is an experienced woodworker, the other a hobbyist getting into woodcraft for the first time. Excited by a new project, the hobbyist purchases the best wood money can buy… … Continue reading Making the Most of Simple Video Equipment
In this post, we will look at a simple way to add pronouns into Zoom. Many thanks to Tiffany Thompson, Associate Director of Gender and Sexuality Initiatives / Program Manager of Women’s Resource Center (WRC) for her email detailing this. … Continue reading How to Add Pronouns in Your Zoom Profile
Many of you have used screen capturing tools such as Quicktime, Camtasia or Snagit to record instructional videos to share within your classes or to provide information to the Swarthmore community. However, you may find that you have inadvertently captured … Continue reading Blurring Objects and Text in Your Instructional Videos With Adobe Premiere