Converting Old eLive Recordings
Using Collaborate Publish
You will first need to download Collaborate
Publish here:
http://www.blackboard.com/Platforms/Collaborate/Products/Blackbo...
Next, go to the UAA eLive public server:
https://elive.uaa.alaska.edu/

Login using your UAA username and select Recording...
Find your recording
Save the recording to your local hard drive

Rename the download file something short, descriptive and easily identifiable...
Open Collaborate Publish and locate the
recording that you saved earlier
Choose your output options
Check track ad transcript boxes as needed

MP4 is the video
format that works
best with Blackbo...
Choose location to save, name the file and
click Convert
You will see progress bars as your recording
converts
You should now have an output file for each
option that you checked before converting
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  1. 1. Converting Old eLive Recordings Using Collaborate Publish
  2. 2. You will first need to download Collaborate Publish here: http://www.blackboard.com/Platforms/Collaborate/Products/Blackboard-Collaborate/WebConferencing/Publish/Publish-Download.aspx
  3. 3. Next, go to the UAA eLive public server: https://elive.uaa.alaska.edu/ Login using your UAA username and select Recordings
  4. 4. Find your recording
  5. 5. Save the recording to your local hard drive Rename the download file something short, descriptive and easily identifiable – especially if you are going to download more than one recording.
  6. 6. Open Collaborate Publish and locate the recording that you saved earlier
  7. 7. Choose your output options Check track ad transcript boxes as needed MP4 is the video format that works best with Blackboard and most media players MP3 is the most widely used audio format
  8. 8. Choose location to save, name the file and click Convert
  9. 9. You will see progress bars as your recording converts
  10. 10. You should now have an output file for each option that you checked before converting

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