Panopto is video platform for recording lectures, tutorials and course assignments.

At Adelphi University, Panopto seamlessly integrates with Moodle courses, offering professors and students a versatile platform for video recording. Panopto facilitates recording using computers, smartphones, or tablets, accommodating up to three input sources simultaneously. For instance, one camera can capture the lecturer, another can display content from the computer screen, while a third may focus on hands-on activities like a science experiment.

For faculty members unfamiliar with Panopto, the Faculty Center for Professional Excellence (FCPE) stands ready to provide guidance on its integration into their curriculum. See their Lecture Recording Guide.

Access to Panopto videos is contingent upon enrollment in a course where the professor utilizes the platform. Upon selecting the Panopto video link, students are directed to the Panopto login screen. Here, they should ensure Moodle is chosen from the dropdown menu before clicking “Log In.”

By default, access to recordings is limited to enrolled students. However, it’s important to note that content not accessed in 13 months is archived, moving files to long-term storage. Nonetheless, content owners retain the ability to reactivate videos as necessary.

How to Move Videos from Panopto

See how you can easily move your video recordings to other data storage platforms.

To move your recordings to OneDrive

  1. Log into Panopto
  2. View your recordings by clicking My Folder
  3. Click the title of the video you want to download
  4. Click Download Arrow located at the top of the page
    • Your file(s) will be downloaded in MP4 format to your computer, usually to the Downloads folder.
  5. Open OneDrive from your web browser, or from your OneDrive folder on your computer, then move the video file into it.
  6. Once in OneDrive, you can easily share the video with others if desired.

To move your recordings to Google Drive

  1. Log into Panopto
  2. View your recordings by clicking My Folder
  3. Click the title of the video you want to download
  4. Click Download Arrow located at the top of the page
    • Your file(s) will be downloaded in MP4 format to your computer, usually to the Downloads folder.

Uploading the file to Google Drive

  1. Once you’ve downloaded the recording file from the Zoom cloud, you can upload the file to your Google Drive and share it with those who will need to access it.
  2. Go to your Adelphi Google Drive and follow these steps:
    • Log in using your Adelphi email and password
    • Upload the file by clicking on New > File Upload and selecting the file you want to upload to Google Drive.
    • After uploading is complete, right-click on the file > Share
    • Enter the email address of the person with whom you want to share the recording.
    • Additionally, you can select sharing permissions on the right. Editors may have access to delete or share the file, while viewers will only be able to view the file. Make sure that you’ve shared with the correct people.
    • Once you are done adding people who need to see your recording, click Send, and they will receive an email with a link to the file.

AI-Powered Features

Panopto utilizes its AI-powered platform to simplify using video to capture information. The following features are available:

  • Smart Keyword Search
  • ASR Captions
  • Video Translation
  • Chaptering
  • Camera Tracking

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