ITS provides several resources which allow faculty, students and staff to create and share video resources, including asynchronous lectures, presentations, and interviews.
Recording project and lecture videos
- In Windows 10, the Camera app can be used to record videos using an attached or integrated webcam or video-recording device. Instructions can be found here.
- On Mac OS, the Photo Booth app or QuickTime Player can be used to record videos using an attached or integrated webcam or video-recording device. Instructions for using Photo Booth can be found here. Instructions for using QuickTime Player can be found here.
- Smartphone devices have free video-recording tools and apps available for both iPhone and Android-based models.
- Slide-based presentations and lectures can be recorded, with timed voice narrations, within Microsoft PowerPoint, licensed to all campus students and employees. Instructions can be found here.
Storing and sharing video files
Because video files may be large, please be aware of device and system limits when creating, storing, and sharing videos.
- In Sakai, each Course Site and Project Site have a 1GB maximum storage capacity for all files and data. Instructions for uploading Resource Tool files to Sakai can be found here.
- In Microsoft Stream, users may upload videos and share them with other College community members, including students, faculty, and staff. Instructions can be found here.
- In Microsoft OneDrive, each user is provided with 1TB of storage. Instructions for uploading files to OneDrive can be found here. Instructions for sharing files using OneDrive can be found here.
- The Home Drives provided to students each have 5GB of storage. Home Drives are not accessible from off-campus network locations.
- Email attachments sent through W&J's email system can be no larger than 25MB. This restriction does not apply to OneDrive file attachments.
Preparing to record videos
All subjects should be advised to choose a well-lit and quiet place with few environmental noises or distractions. Ensure that all video and audio recording hardware is high quality and tested and full functional prior to recording and production.