Panopto is a lecture capture application that provides faculty a way to capture, edit, stream, archive and share recordings that are critical to their course content. Panopto recordings can capture streaming video, audio, PowerPoint (or Keynote on Mac) and desktop activity to create presentations that student can search and review from any location with internet access.
Students do not need a Panopto account or user password to view videos on Panopto. Direct links can be provided in the course on D2L or the instructor's web site.
Note: Enter your DragonNet username and password when prompted to open the form.
There are a few things you need to do before you get started with Panopto; learn what you need to do with these tutorials.
To make your Panopto Videos more accessible for everyone to use, adding captions, PDFs, and transcripts will make your
To learn how to record a Panopto video and learn what quality options are best for you, click one of the tutorials below.
In Panopto, you can record a Powerpoint/Keynote presentation while capturing your voice along with it. View our tutorial to learn how.
You can edit Panopto videos inside your browser window for a quick and easy way to modify your videos for your audience. To learn more, please view our editing tutorial videos.
With Panopto, it is easy to share your recorded videos. View the tutorials to see how.
To learn how to troubleshoot problems with Panopto, please view our tutorial.
To see a list of frequently asked questions, view our FAQ page.
Panopto has a few system requirements for you to view videos. Read our viewing requirements guide to learn more.
To learn how to view Panopto video lectures and use all of Panopto's features, read our tutorial.
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