How do I make a recording?
Launch the Echo360 Capture application
Open the Echo360 Capture application by looking for an icon on your desktop or in your Applications folder.
Alternatively, launch the application from Canvas by clicking Echo360 in your course site navigation menu and clicking the blue Capture button. Select "New Capture."
The first time you open the application, you will be asked to log in.
Click "Click here to login"
A window will open in your default web browser and you will see the Echo360 login page.
Enter your Tufts email address
You will be directed to a blue login screen.
Enter your Tufts username and password
If asked, click "Open Link" to return to the Echo360 Capture application
Check the audio and video inputs
Using the dropdown menus, select the inputs you would like to record. You can choose to capture up to two display and video inputs (e.g. a computer screen and a webcam). You can also make an audio-only capture.
If you are using an external microphone, select it by clicking on the microphone menu.
Click on the pencil icon
Fill in the capture title and other capture details
In addition to a title, you can choose a class to publish the capture to when it is complete. If you would like to review your capture before publishing it, or you don't see the appropriate class in the Publish To... menu, select Library.
Click Save when you are done.
Press the red Record button
After a five-second countdown, the application will minimize and recording will begin.
To take a break, select the Echo icon from the menu bar, taskbar, or system tray and select Pause Capture. Alternatively, type Cmd + 6 (Mac) or Ctrl +6 (Windows) to pause. To begin recording again, select Resume Capture or type Cmd/Ctrl + 6 again.
After you've finished your presentation, stop the recording by typing Cmd + 8 (Mac) or Ctrl + 8 (Windows)
You can also stop the recording by selecting the Echo icon from the menu bar, taskbar, or system tray and clicking Finish Capture. Your capture will be uploaded to the Echo360 website automatically.