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Initiating Ad-hoc Recordings in a Lecture Theatre

Information

In recording enabled lecture theatres there is a touch panel. The touch panel has controls on it to initiate a MyMedia recording via Ad hoc control.

This function is supplied for use in the case of emergencies, where a scheduled recording has not been created, or the class has had to relocate with no notice.

Please book recordings in advance via the regular MyMedia recording system available on this webpage.

Initiating an Ad hoc recording

Older rooms

  1. Tap the Recording tab.
  2. Tap the Create Adhoc Recording button
  3. Fill in a title, choose the duration, select a product group
  4. Tap Start AdHoc

Newer rooms

  1. Tap the Recording tab
  2. Tap the Adhoc Recording button
  3. Fill in a title, choose the duration, select a product group
  4. Tap Start AdHoc Recording

How to choose a product group

Although there are often many product group options, typically you should choose one of the following:

Audio only (no screen/camera)
  • Audio (High Quality)
Audio and Single Video (ie: projector content)
  • Audio/Dvi-1 (High Quality)
  • Audio/HDMI-1 (High Quality)
  • Audio/VGA-1 (High Quality)
Audio and Dual Video (ie: dual screen rooms, one screen plus camera)
  • Audio/Dvi-1/Dvi-2 (High Quality)
  • Audio/HDMI-1/HDMI-2 (High Quality)
  • Audio/VGA-1/VGA-2 (High Quality)

Ad hoc follow up process

Ad-hoc recordings require follow up in order to make them accessible. Please log a job through the Service Portal using the following form Request Support for Learning Management Systems (MyLO) to inform the Application Services group that you have made an ad hoc recording, and provide details of actions required.

For example:

  • Ad hoc recording made in Room Name at Date/Time, please upload to my ALP Library, or;
  • Ad hoc recording made in Room Name at Date/Time, please upload to Unit/Semester.

Information

In recording enabled lecture theatres there is a touch panel. The touch panel has controls on it to initiate a MyMedia recording via Ad hoc control.

This function is supplied for use in the case of emergencies, where a scheduled recording has not been created, or the class has had to relocate with no notice.

Please book recordings in advance via the regular MyMedia recording system available on this webpage.

Initiating an Ad hoc recording

Older rooms

  1. Tap the Recording tab.
  2. Tap the Create Adhoc Recording button
  3. Fill in a title, choose the duration, select a product group
  4. Tap Start AdHoc

Newer rooms

  1. Tap the Recording tab
  2. Tap the Adhoc Recording button
  3. Fill in a title, choose the duration, select a product group
  4. Tap Start AdHoc Recording

How to choose a product group

Although there are often many product group options, typically you should choose one of the following:

Audio only (no screen/camera)
  • Audio (High Quality)
Audio and Single Video (ie: projector content)
  • Audio/Dvi-1 (High Quality)
  • Audio/HDMI-1 (High Quality)
  • Audio/VGA-1 (High Quality)
Audio and Dual Video (ie: dual screen rooms, one screen plus camera)
  • Audio/Dvi-1/Dvi-2 (High Quality)
  • Audio/HDMI-1/HDMI-2 (High Quality)
  • Audio/VGA-1/VGA-2 (High Quality)

Ad hoc follow up process

Ad-hoc recordings require follow up in order to make them accessible. Please log a Service Desk ticket to inform the MyLO Support group that you have made an ad hoc recording, and provide details of actions required.

For example:

  • Ad hoc recording made in Room Name at Date/Time, please upload to my ALP Library, or;
  • Ad hoc recording made in Room Name at Date/Time, please upload to UnitCode/Semester.