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Echo360 Personal Capture Downloads

To record a Personal Capture recording, you must have the software on your computer. To install the necessary software, please follow the instructions in the following document.

"Updating_Echo360-PCAP-PC.docx."

 

EchoSystemSoftwareCaptureForWindows_5.4.40209.exe

 

Only UTM personnel may use this Personal Capture software. VPN access will be needed if you plan on publishing your recordings with Personal Capture from off campus. The Help Desk can help you with this (731-881-7900). Please call the ITC if you have any questions (731-881-7877).

 

What is Echo360?

The Echo360 Classroom is a special setup in certain classrooms on campus that enable professors to record their classroom lectures and automatically upload them into Blackboard or iTunesU. The Echo360 Classroom setup captures 3 things in the classroom; It records the activity on the computer screen, a microphone records the professor's voice as they lecture, and a video camera records the front of the classroom where the professor is standing.

 

Apreso Screenshot

 

The image above shows an example of what the end product of a classroom recording looks like. Students click a link in the Blackboard course and the recording loads in the browser. No technical expertise is needed by the professor, and there is no technical setup that the professor needs to go through before the recording starts. The recording starts and stops automatically.

 

The Echo360 Classroom setup is located in Brehm 258, Business Admin 36 , Business Admin 220, EPS 317, Gooch 207, Gooch 228 , Sociology 101, and the ITC Lab.

 

Please click here to see document on adjusting sound levels for Echo360

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