Screen recording is a great way to turn your Powerpoint-based presentation into a video that can be watched online. Our office supports Kaltura Capture and Zoom, but we are also happy to help you with other software of your choice.
If you have any questions, please contact our office.
Adjusting Microphone Volume
Before you start recording, it is important to make sure your microphone volume is set correctly. This video explains how to adjust the microphone volume in MacOS and Windows 10. Correctly setting the microphone volume before recording is one of the most important tips for producing quality videos.
Zoom Video Presentation
The Zoom Video Conferencing app is not only a great tool for video meetings, but it can also function as a standalone recorder for video presentations. By initiating a "video conference" without any other participants, you have access to all of Zoom's tools including screen recording, white boarding, and recording.
This video explains how to setup and use Zoom as a video presentation recorder. The following topics are covered:
- Preparing a Powerpoint presentation for Zoom recording
- Screen sharing in Zoom
- Recording in Zoom
- Basic Zoom controls
- Zoom recording file location
Kaltura Capture is a screen recorder app that is part of OU's MyMedia resource. Capture is a simple, yet powerful screen recorder that uploads directly to your OU MyMedia account.
One benefit to using Kaltura Capture: Full screen recordings of PowerPoint in slideshow mode will automatically generate chapter markers for each slide, and any text in the PowerPoint will become searchable.
This video explains how to setup and use Kaltura Capture screen recorder. The following topics are covered:
- Downloading and installing Capture
- Basic Capture settings
- Using Capture to record a Powerpoint Presentation
- Uploading a recording to MyMedia
- Managing your Capture Library
Uploading Video to MyMedia in Canvas
The easiest way to upload videos to MyMedia and embed them in your course is to do it all in Canvas. The guide and tutorial video below explains how.
Please note: Videos should not be uploaded directly to your Canvas course, but to MyMedia. Canvas courses do not have enough storage space to accommodate more than a few short video clips.
This video below explains how to upload video files to MyMedia from within Canvas.