MediaSite
Desktop
Recorder
(MDR)
Day 5 – Friday, June 6
9:45am-10:45am
Mediasite
Course Review
Learning Objectives
By the end of this session, faculty will be able to:
 Identify potential case...
Mediasite is great for…
 Course Introduction/Tour
 Creating blended content (video/audio/web)
 Pre-recording lectures o...
3 ways to record (capture)
 Desktop capture & video upload
 Room capture (4 podiums on campus)
 Event capture (schedule...
USD Capture Terminology
 Mediasite Desktop Recorder (MDR)
 MyMediasite (server) and Media Player (viewer)
 MediaSite ro...
Follow these steps in order…
 Step 1: On your Serra 155 lab laptop, then Open web browser to your favorite
webpage
 Step...
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  • Learn about integration with Blackboard, create, publish and share a short video recording
  • Desktop (create on your computer)
    Self-produced ahead of time then published
    Recommend headset for audio quality
    Classroom (4 podiums on campus)
    Event/speaker (schedule with IMS staff)
    Higher profile events, advanced audio/video
  • Week 1, Day 5: Media: Mediasite

    1. 1. MediaSite Desktop Recorder (MDR) Day 5 – Friday, June 6 9:45am-10:45am
    2. 2. Mediasite Course Review Learning Objectives By the end of this session, faculty will be able to:  Identify potential cases of integrating a Mediasite recording in your Blackboard course  Explore the Mediasite Desktop Recorder, MyMediasite server and Mediasite Classroom recorder interfaces  Create and Publish a short recording with video Academic Technology Services 2
    3. 3. Mediasite is great for…  Course Introduction/Tour  Creating blended content (video/audio/web)  Pre-recording lectures or assignments  Recording student presentations  Example: BB New Users (16 min) Academic Technology Services 3
    4. 4. 3 ways to record (capture)  Desktop capture & video upload  Room capture (4 podiums on campus)  Event capture (schedule with IMS staff) Academic Technology Services 4
    5. 5. USD Capture Terminology  Mediasite Desktop Recorder (MDR)  MyMediasite (server) and Media Player (viewer)  MediaSite room (podium) capture:  Serra Hall, Room 155  Pardee Legal Research Center, Room 132  Coronado Hall, Room 134  Hahn School of Nursing, Room 106 Academic Technology Services 5
    6. 6. Follow these steps in order…  Step 1: On your Serra 155 lab laptop, then Open web browser to your favorite webpage  Step 2: Launch the MDR from the icon middle of your dock  Step 3: Login with your USD AD account  Step 4: Choose Record  Step 5: The MDR 5 Step Wizard, #1 Title presentation, #2 Test audio/video, #3 Prepare screen (browser), #4 select whole screen, #5 un-check show recording panel  Step 6: Press record, start talking as you tour a webpage of your choosing  Step 7: When finished recording find the MDR icon from the middle of the dock and choose one of 3 options #1Discard #2 Review or #3 Finish  Step 8: Open Presentation  Step 9: Choose Edit tab > Status > Make Viewable  Step 10: Review in Summary then Share tab to get URL

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