Use the Panopto Editor to trim sections from the beginning, end, or middle of your recording.
Use the Panopto interface to automatically generate closed captions for a recording. The machine-read captions will require some correction and refinement, but the editing feature is very intuitive to use. The closed captions will be optionally visible or invisible in the Panopto viewer, on mobile devices, or in embedded instances of Panopto recordings.
Replace the thumbnail image or “preview image” that appears to the left of the title/description of the Panopto recordings in a Panopto folder.
There have been a few changes to the Panopto interface at WSU this summer.
Being an occasional web designer, text styles have been pretty deeply ingrained in me since the days of Netscape, AOL, and Lycos. (Did I just date myself?) I’ll operate on the assumption that for most folks, text styles include 3 or 4 categories: bold, underline, italic, and perhaps color.
When people ask what I do for IDT and the Media Resources Center (my title is Senior Educational Technologist), I always have to pause and think for a second, asking myself, “What don’t I do around here?” At first, that sounds a little arrogant, but it’s quite the opposite: I’m just wiggly.
Find, download, and install the Panopto Recorder for Windows / PC. This tool is necessary for webcam recordings and simultaneous screen captures to be stored in the Panopto folder environment.
Locate the Panopto Droid app and use it to search for and view WSU Panopto sessions.
Find, download, and install the Panopto Recorder for Mac. This tool is necessary for webcam recordings and simultaneous screen captures to be stored in the Panopto folder environment.