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The term ‘capture’ is used throughout Lecturecast ALP to describe a video recording. You can edit videos that have been captured via the Lecturecast Scheduler and published to a class, or captured via another source e. Students and other users with access to the specific Moodle course can now use the link created to access the relevant Lecturecast section and content. The Legacy Lecturecast system is now fully decommissioned. Migrated legacy content may be published into current Lecturecast sections.

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The link is lecturecaast and the activity within the Moodle course can now be used to access the relevant Lecturecast section Students and other users with access to the specific Moodle course can now use the link created to access the relevant Lecturecast section and content. Add an additional Lecturecast section to a Moodle course.

What is Lecturecast? | Information Services Division – UCL – London’s Global University

Everything you could access previously is still accessible. Migration of Legacy Lecturecast Content The migration of content from the legacy Lecturecast system pre-summer to the current Lecturecast system has now been completed. Enter a meaningful name so that it can be easily identified by students and other users. You can only map to an existing section, lectturecast will be displayed for the selected term. Reverts lectugecast changes ever made to the video and restores the original video file.

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The edited version replaces the original version in all locations. Create a copy of the video with your edits.

What is Lecturecast?

Remove a Lecturecast link on a Moodle course. Schedule the recording of a lecture lecyurecast the Lecturecast Scheduler. Migrated legacy content may be published into current Lecturecast sections. This task is typically performed lectirecast Moodle Course Administrators or Tutors at the beginning of academic sessions, but can be done at any time, as required. Quick Start Step 1: Add a Lecturecast activity to a Moodle course 1.

Help and Support For help and support, please email lecturecast ucl. Create lscturecast link on a Moodle course to a Lecturecast section. A t tachments 51 Page History. Decommissioning of Legacy Lecturecast The legacy lecturecast system has now been fully migrated and decommissioned.

To exit without making or saving any changes, click the back arrow in the top left corner of the editor window.

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After 7 years material will be auto-deleted unless it is republished to a new section, which ldcturecast reset its retention period. For help and support, please email lecturecast ucl. You should no longer have access to the legacy Lecturecast system.

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The light will display different colours depending on whether a recording is taking place, is paused or whether there is a fault with the recording device. A video demonstrating the Lecturecast editing tools. The Legacy Lecturecast system is now fully decommissioned.

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The most frequent implementation scenarios include the illustration of content and action, and, in particular, lecture recordings in academic surroundings. Using recordings from previous academic years Recordings from the legacy Lecturecast system are now available within the current Lecturecast system and may be published into current Lecturecast sections. Powered by Atlassian Confluence 6. Note the Lecturecast scheduler interface is lecturefast affected by this update.

Highlighted in red will be the Module code of your course Select the relevant course. Create and edit a schedule. The Legacy system has now been decommissioned.

This means that students still have the ability to attend in-class lectures and they can also watch lectures from any internet-connected, video playback device.