Crestron Lecture Capture Overview

Crestron Lecture Capture is a suite of AV devices (microphones, cameras, switchers, control touch panel) that work seamlessly together to deliver a high-quality meeting capture solution.

 Crestron Lecture Capture Provides the Following:

• Content recording from any of the instructor station sources, such as the computer, document camera or laptop input.

• Camera recording from the ceiling mounted point tilt zoom controllable camera.

• Option to simultaneously record camera and content into a single picture in picture video.

• Audio recording from content audio and microphones

• Recordings save as a high quality MP4 video file type.

• Recordings save to local USB or automatic upload to the campus Ensemble Video Server that links into blackboard.

Benefits of Lecture Capture

There are many benefits to using Lecture Capture for both the faculty member and students. Please view the Benefits Of Lecture Capture For Students and Faculty article.

Special Note on Recording Guest Lecturers:

All guest lecturers must sign a release form allowing SUNY New Paltz to use their image and content. The original copy of the signed form must be returned to IMS (Lecture Center 2) where upon additional copies may be provided upon request.

View the Guest Lecture Release form for more information.

Intellectual Property of Recordings

Any lecture capture videos produced are the sole intellectual property of the faculty member instructing the class and as such, is the only person who can decide how the materials may be used and whom may use them unless otherwise specifically contracted.

For more information, visit the following websites:

How to Reserve a Lecture Capture Space

Place a request by emailing Records and Registration at recreg@newpaltz.edu 

Crestron Lecture Capture is currently available in: 

  • CH-113 (Office of Instructional Technology)
  • HUM 201 / 214
  • LC 3A 
  • OM 234 
  • SH 122 / 125 / 126 / 128 / 157 / 159 / 160 / 181 / 231 / 259 / 260 / 271
  • VH 110 / 219 
  • WH 221 / 223 / 225 / 335 / 363 / 365 / 367 

How Does It Work?

 

For more information, walk in to the Service Desk in Humanities 103 or call 845-257-HELP (4357).
To request technology assistance and support, submit a ticket.

Details

Article ID: 24611
Created
Thu 2/9/17 2:15 PM
Modified
Tue 4/7/20 8:55 PM