How to use Media Hopper Replay
How to use Media Hopper Replay and general questions regarding recording and scheduling
Ad-hoc recordings can be started via logging onto Media Hopper Replay and selecting the 'Start Capture' button., fill in the requested details and select 'Start' The light will change to show that the recording is underway. Further instructions can be found here: https://edin.ac/2Fzrl8H
You must use a microphone. There are two types: a clip-on microphone and a hand-held microphone. If you do not use a microphone, there will be no sound on your recording. It is also important to make sure the microphone is placed back in the charging cradle after use. Further information regarding AV and Audio can be found here: https://edin.ac/2KScUQ3
If the image is being used for the purpose of 'Quotation, Criticism & Review' then it falls under the Fair Dealing exception to UK copyright law. Your use of the images must genuinely be for the purpose of quotation, criticism or review, and your use of the material must extend no further than is required to achieve your purpose.
More information about this exception can be found at: http://copyrightuser.org/topics/quotation/
Once a recording has started, you can pause the recording by pressing the 'recording light' on the desk. The recording light has the following colour sequence: Red = Recording; Amber = Paused; Green = Not Recording. You can re-start the recording by pressing the recording light again.
You can view a list of the rooms which are Media Hopper Replay enabled here: https://edin.ac/2HKrmEG
In the largest teaching spaces, there are throwable microphones called Catchboxes. Some rooms will be equipped with handheld microphones. In rooms without Catchbox or a handheld microphone, questions will have to be repeated by the presenter to ensure they are picked up on the recording.
Recorded lectures will be available from within the relevant course in the Learn or Moodle VLE. You can review and edit recordings before releasing them to students as appropriate.
Media Hopper Replay is accessed using the Learn or Moodle VLEs and recorded lectures are accessed from within the relevant course. The only people who will have access to lectures for a specific course will be people who have permission to access that course on the VLE.
Yes, if you are the owner or have co-editing rights to content. You can manually upload, or delete, your own subtitles from within Media Hopper Replay.
Yes, there is a Software Recorder, which is available for both PC and Mac. It will is available to all staff and can be downloaded from the Media Hopper Replay interface. For further information please check the Staff Help & Support > Media Hopper Replay’s Universal Capture tool: https://edin.ac/2Fzrl8H
Content can be exported from Media Hopper Replay via accessing the content and downloading the required file via the Processed module on the right-hand menu.
Yes, as part of our initial work two sets of slides were produced that can be used at the start of lectures. Please see the links below to download these and use them in your standard lecture slides.