DEAKIN VIDEO
CREATING & MANAGING PRESENTATIONS

OVERVIEW

Deakin Video Presentations

Presentations that have been uploaded or created within Deakin Video are easy for you to manage. This can include managing permissions, sharing and editing presentations, and using the Web Editor.

If you are new to Deakin Video and Mediasite, you can visit Navigating Deakin Video for assistance.

 

OVERVIEW

Deakin Video Presentations

 

Presentations that have been uploaded or created within Deakin Video are easy for you to manage. This can include managing permissions, sharing and editing presentations, and using the Web Editor.

If you are new to Deakin Video and Mediasite, you can visit Navigating Deakin Video for assistance.

 

CREATING A PRESENTATION

Creating a Presentation in Deakin Video

 

 

 

  1. Navigate to Deakin Video
  2. Select Add Media
  3. Select from the three options:
    I want to record my desktop now
    I want to upload and existing recording
    I want to upload a file from my computer (navigate to your file)
  4. Each option will open the new presentation window. Complete the required details.
  5. In the Destination area, choose where you want your presentation to be stored.
    Store presentation in draft location: My Draft is the default destination for your presentations. Content in your draft location is only visible to you. Until you are ready to share your presentation with others or publish it, we recommend keeping it here.
    Choose a new location: Click Change to specify a new destination for your presentation. In the Destination Search dialog, select User channel or Shared Folder from the Destination Type drop-down list. Enter the name of channel or folder and click Search. Select the location you want.
  6. Click Create to create the new presentation in the specified location. All presentations are private until you set them to visible.
  7. Click home to view your Deakin Video presentations.

CREATING A PRESENTATION

Creating a Presentation in Deakin Video

 

 

 

  1. Navigate to Deakin Video
  2. Select Add Media
  3. Select from the three options:
    I want to record my desktop now
    I want to upload and existing recording
    I want to upload a file from my computer (navigate to your file)
  4. Each option will open the new presentation window. Complete the required details.
  5. In the Destination area, choose where you want your presentation to be stored.
    Store presentation in draft location: My Draft is the default destination for your presentations. Content in your draft location is only visible to you. Until you are ready to share your presentation with others or publish it, we recommend keeping it here.
    Choose a new location: Click Change to specify a new destination for your presentation. In the Destination Search dialog, select User channel or Shared Folder from the Destination Type drop-down list. Enter the name of channel or folder and click Search. Select the location you want.
  6. Click Create to create the new presentation in the specified location. All presentations are private until you set them to visible.
  7. Click home to view your Deakin Video presentations.

SETTING PERMISSIONS

Setting Permissions
When a presentation is added to Deakin Video, the permissions are set in one of two ways:

  1. Scheduled Lecture recordings will inherit permissions from the unit catalog to which they are added to.
  2. Personal capture and uploaded media requires permissions to be added.

Lecture Recordings

For lecture recordings that have been captured via the schedule, these will be processed to the unit catalog. The presentation will then inherit the permissions of the catalog.

Catalogs are created based on the Year, Trimester, and Unit. The permissions are set to be visible to academic staff and students enrolled in the Unit, and any relevant support staff.
In the event the permissions are not inherited, please see the instructions under Uploaded media.

Uploaded Media

All uploaded media will only be viewable to the owner (the person that uploaded the presentation) and those provided with a share link. This provided a share link will be able to watch the presentation, however you will need to update the security settings if you wish to have them view the presentation details or edit the presentation content.

Making Presentations Viewable
If you would like for your presentation to be viewable to others, you will need to update the permissions.

  1. Within your presentation details, select Edit Security
    Edit Security
  2. Under security you can select to inherit permissions from the parent folder, add assigned roles and add people and groups.To add users, untick ‘Inherit permissions from parent folder’ and in the ‘Add people or groups’ search for the user you wish to share with directly.If you would like you presentation to be viewable to all Deakin Staff and Students, add the group authenticatedusers.
    Write: To allow a user to edit/modify your presentation.
    Moderate: To allow a user to moderate a presentation (as per Q & A functionality)
    View: To allow a user to see the presentation details (such as description or links)
    Annotate: To allow a user to manage annotations on a presentation within a Channel view.

In the event that the permissions have not been inherited, you can manually add these to ensure your presentation is viewable.

  • In your presentation select Edit details
  • In the Information tab, you can modify the detail of the Presentation. This includes the Category and Modules.
  • Modules places your presentation within an existing Teaching and Learning folder.
  • Teaching and Learning folders are preset and are linked to your Unit.
  • Select the correct modules for your unit (Two modules – specific to your location and to the overall trimester folder), and the presentation will appear in the catalog for that Unit. If you have linked your catalog under Resources in your Unit site, this presentation will then be available to your students.

Add Module

SETTING PERMISSIONS

Setting Permissions

When a presentation is added to Deakin Video, the permissions are set in one of two ways:

  1. Scheduled Lecture recordings will inherit permissions from the unit catalog to which they are added to.
  2. Personal capture and uploaded media requires permissions to be added.

Lecture Recordings

For lecture recordings that have been captured via the schedule, these will be processed to the unit catalog. The presentation will then inherit the permissions of the catalog.

Catalogs are created based on the Year, Trimester, and Unit. The permissions are set to be visible to academic staff and students enrolled in the Unit, and any relevant support staff.
In the event the permissions are not inherited, please see the instructions under Uploaded media.

Uploaded Media

All uploaded media will only be viewable to the owner (the person that uploaded the presentation) and those provided with a share link. This provided a share link will be able to watch the presentation, however you will need to update the security settings if you wish to have them view the presentation details or edit the presentation content.

 

 

Making Presentations Viewable

If you would like for your presentation to be viewable to others, you will need to update the permissions.

  1. Within your presentation details, select Edit Security
    Edit Security
  2. Under security you can select to inherit permissions from the parent folder, add assigned roles and add people and groups.To add users, untick ‘Inherit permissions from parent folder’ and in the ‘Add people or groups’ search for the user you wish to share with directly.

    If you would like you presentation to be viewable to all Deakin Staff and Students, add the group authenticatedusers.

    Write: To allow a user to edit/modify your presentation.
    Moderate: To allow a user to moderate a presentation (as per Q & A functionality)
    View: To allow a user to see the presentation details (such as description or links)
    Annotate: To allow a user to manage annotations on a presentation within a Channel view.

 

In the event that the permissions have not been inherited, you can manually add these to ensure your presentation is viewable.

  • In your presentation select Edit details
  • In the Information tab, you can modify the detail of the Presentation. This includes the Category and Modules.
  • Modules places your presentation within an existing Teaching and Learning folder.
  • Teaching and Learning folders are preset and are linked to your Unit.
  • Select the correct modules for your unit (Two modules – specific to your location and to the overall trimester folder), and the presentation will appear in the catalog for that Unit. If you have linked your catalog under Resources in your Unit site, this presentation will then be available to your students.

Add Module

 

 

 

SHARING YOUR PRESENTATIONS

Mediasite provides multiple ways for you to share your content with others. You can share your presentation links, embed the presentation in a website, copy it to a shared folder, or copy it to a folder owned by another user. You can also make your presentations available as podcasts, video podcasts, or stand-alone publish to go presentations.

  1. Embedding your presentation in a website
  2. Send an email invitation
  3. Share quick link
Embedding Presentations
You can embed the Deakin Video player of a particular recording into a HTML resource page.

  1. Log in to Deakin Video using your Deakin username and password.
  2. Click on the title of the presentation which you wish to embed.
  3. Click on Share Presentation
    Embed Code
  4. Copy Embed code
  5. Open in a new tab and go to your unit site
  6. Create a new page or open an existing page where you want to embed the recording.
  7. Click on Insert Stuff Insert Stuff Icon button then click on Enter Embed Code.
  8. Paste in the code.
  9. Click Insert.
Send an Email Invitation

To send email invitations to registered Mediasite users:

  1. On the presentation’s properties page, click Share Presentation.
  2. Click Invite Registered Mediasite Users in the Share Presentation dialog.
  3. If you have not explicitly assigned permissions to the presentation, it is inheriting its permissions from its parent folder ad you will see warning messages. To ensure the users you are inviting can view the presentation, click Fix it.
  4. Enter all or part of a user’s name or email address in the Invite by Email Address or Name list and select the appropriate user from the drop-down list.
  5. Repeat step 4 for each user you want to add. If you accidentally select the wrong user, click Remove.
  6. Click Send Invite, the user will receive an email invitation and be assigned view permissions to the presentation.

Email invite

Share via Quick Link
  1. On the presentation’s properties page, click Share Presentation.
  2. Click Copy next to the Quick Link field. You will see a message indicating the URL has been copied to the clipboard.
  3. Paste the URL into the IM, email, or social networking application you are using.

Quick link

SHARING YOUR PRESENTATIONS

Mediasite provides multiple ways for you to share your content with others. You can share your presentation links, embed the presentation in a website, copy it to a shared folder, or copy it to a folder owned by another user. You can also make your presentations available as podcasts, video podcasts, or stand-alone publish to go presentations.

  1. Embedding your presentation in a website
  2. Send an email invitation
  3. Share quick link
Embedding Presentations

You can embed the Deakin Video player of a particular recording into a HTML resource page.

 

  1. Log in to Deakin Video using your Deakin username and password.
  2. Click on the title of the presentation which you wish to embed.
  3. Click on Share Presentation
    Embed Code
  4. Copy Embed code
  5. Open in a new tab and go to your unit site
  6. Create a new page or open an existing page where you want to embed the recording.
  7. Click on Insert Stuff Insert Stuff Icon button then click on Enter Embed Code.
  8. Paste in the code.
  9. Click Insert.
  10.  

 

Send an Email Invitation

To send email invitations to registered Mediasite users:

  1. On the presentation’s properties page, click Share Presentation.
  2. Click Invite Registered Mediasite Users in the Share Presentation dialog.
  3. If you have not explicitly assigned permissions to the presentation, it is inheriting its permissions from its parent folder ad you will see warning messages. To ensure the users you are inviting can view the presentation, click Fix it.
  4. Enter all or part of a user’s name or email address in the Invite by Email Address or Name list and select the appropriate user from the drop-down list.
  5. Repeat step 4 for each user you want to add. If you accidentally select the wrong user, click Remove.
  6. Click Send Invite, the user will receive an email invitation and be assigned view permissions to the presentation.

Email invite

Share via Quick Link
  1. On the presentation’s properties page, click Share Presentation.
  2. Click Copy next to the Quick Link field. You will see a message indicating the URL has been copied to the clipboard.
  3. Paste the URL into the IM, email, or social networking application you are using.

Quick link

WEB EDITOR

Using Web Editor to Edit Presentations

NOTE: Not mobile supported

Use Mediasite Web Editor to update slide images and remove unwanted sections in your presentation. When you open a presentation for editing, it is saved as a project. The Web Editor saves each change you make to a project automatically and lists it in the project’s revision history. Once you are finished editing, you can commit your changes to the original presentation, an existing presentation, or to a new presentation.

To access the Web Editor:
  1. Navigate to your Mediasite homepage and click the film strip icon or click on the presentation to open the properties page.
    From here you can select Edit Video
    Web Editor
  2. This will bring up the Web Editor suite in a new browser.
    Web Editor Browser
To insert a cut within a presentation:
  1. Timeline cursor
  2. Selection handle. Drag to move cut or click to choose type of cut to insert.
  3. Cut handle. Drag to change the length of the cut.
  4. Cut area. Video, slides, and chapters within the darkened area are not seen in the final
    presentation.
  5. Fade handle. Click and drag to change the duration of the fade.
    Web Editor Timeline
  6. In the timeline, select a portion to cut by clicking and dragging, or ‘scrubbing’ the timeline cursor.
  7. Click Cut Time and specify the type of cut by clicking on the down arrow:
    Options:
    Insert a cut – Press C to insert a cut. At a cut, the presentation simply skips to the end of the cut and continues the presentation.
    Faded cut – Press F to insert a cut with fades. Fades gradually darken video to black and mutes the audio level.
    Dissolved cut – Press D to insert a cut with dissolve. Dissolves smoothly fade in and out from one end of the cut to the other.
  8. Adjust the lengths of the cut and fade (or dissolve) using the cut and fade handles, respectively.
  9. Move the selection handle to move the cut. Click the selection handle to display a drop-down menu you can use to change your cut option.
  10. To retain a portion of the timeline that lies within a cut segment, use the timeline cursor to select the portion you want to retain and click Uncut Time.
  11. Click Undo or Redo to back out of changes as needed. Once you have completed your edits, select commit. You can select from the current, new or an existing presentation.
Crop

Use the Web Editor to crop the beginning and ends of your presentation. You can adjust the duration of the fades as needed.

To crop the beginning or end of a presentation:
  1. Drag the timeline cursor to the new starting (or ending) point.
  2. Adjust the fade-out position using the fade handles.
  3. Click Undo or Redo to back out of changes as needed. Once you have completed your edits, commit changes.
Add and Update Chapters

Chapters are markers within a presentation that allow your viewers to navigate to relevant or interesting points of a presentation. You can add new chapters, update existing chapters, and use the chapters to navigate around the presentation.

Chapters appear in the Player’s slide area and include a title and the time the chapter appears in the presentation.

To add a new chapter

  1. Click a spot in the timeline and press N, or click the Insert Chapter button above the timeline.
    Insert chapter
  2. In the Insert Chapter dialog, enter a title for the chapter and click OK.

Update a chapter

After adding a chapter, a numerical marker will appear in your timeline. You can move a chapter by clicking and dragging its marker to a new location in your timeline.

To rename or delete a chapter, right-click its chapter icon on the timeline. Alternatively, click the chapter name above the video and rename the chapter there.

Remove Pauses

Use the audio waveform to detect and remove long periods of silence in presentations. The audio waveform is especially useful when editing audio-only presentations.

To remove pauses in presentation using the audio waveform:
  1. Click and drag the timeline selector to the portion of the presentation where the waveform indicates low audio levels.
  2. Insert a cut in the selected portion of the presentation.
  3. Click Undo or Redo to back out of changes as needed. Once you have completed your edits, commit changes.
Add and Move Slides

 

Slides must be enabled on your presentation in My Mediasite prior to adding in the Web editor. Select Edit Slides from the presentations menu and enable slide content tab

Edit slides

Enable slides

To add new slides to a presentation, find where you want to add them on the timeline using video playback and add them.

To add slides

  1. Find in the timeline where you would like to insert a new slide (s), pause the video, and select the corresponding time in the timeline.
  2. Click Insert Slides and browse to the image(s) (.jpg, .png, .tif) you want to insert, select them, and click Open. The new slide (s) appears at the selected time.
  3. Click Undo or Redo to back out of changes as needed. Once you have completed your edits, commit changes.
    NB: To add images from Microsoft PowerPoint slides to your presentation, save the Power Point presentation as .jpg files.
  4. The slide will appear in the project timeline and in the right preview window
  5. Additional options become available in your tool menu

Move slides

When you cut material from a presentation, you may need to adjust the timing for one or more slides in the presentation.

To move slides in a presentation:

  1. Select one or more slides.
  2. Drag the selected slide(s) to their new location in the timeline.
  3. Click Undo or Redo to back out of changes as needed. Once you have completed your edits, commit changes.

Slides options

Slides selected with Cut, Copy and Paste Slides buttons

Commit changes to current presentation

Once you have finished your edits, click Commit > Commit Changes to Current to save your changes to the original presentation. The project used to edit the original presentation is still associated with the presentation and can be used to make additional changes or to revert to a previous revision.

 

Accessing a Shared Folder

Shared folders are created on a request basis by the relevant administrators in your area.

Shared folders are accessible by multiple users. In fact, any user with write permissions to a shared folder can view and add content to it.

To add a presentation to a shared folder:

  1. Create a presentation or select an existing one.
  2. On the presentation’s properties page, click Move To.
  3. Select ‘Place this presentation in a Shared Folder’ and select the shared folder you want.
  4. Click Move Presentation.

WEB EDITOR

Using Web Editor to Edit Presentations

NOTE: Not mobile supported

Use Mediasite Web Editor to update slide images and remove unwanted sections in your presentation. When you open a presentation for editing, it is saved as a project. The Web Editor saves each change you make to a project automatically and lists it in the project’s revision history. Once you are finished editing, you can commit your changes to the original presentation, an existing presentation, or to a new presentation.

To access the Web Editor:
  1. Navigate to your Mediasite homepage and click the film strip icon or click on the presentation to open the properties page.
    From here you can select Edit Video
    Web Editor
  2. This will bring up the Web Editor suite in a new browser.
    Web Editor Browser
To insert a cut within a presentation:
  1. Timeline cursor
  2. Selection handle. Drag to move cut or click to choose type of cut to insert.
  3. Cut handle. Drag to change the length of the cut.
  4. Cut area. Video, slides, and chapters within the darkened area are not seen in the final
    presentation.
  5. Fade handle. Click and drag to change the duration of the fade.
    Web Editor Timeline
  6. In the timeline, select a portion to cut by clicking and dragging, or ‘scrubbing’ the timeline cursor.
  7. Click Cut Time and specify the type of cut by clicking on the down arrow:
    Options:
    Insert a cut – Press C to insert a cut. At a cut, the presentation simply skips to the end of the cut and continues the presentation.
    Faded cut – Press F to insert a cut with fades. Fades gradually darken video to black and mutes the audio level.
    Dissolved cut – Press D to insert a cut with dissolve. Dissolves smoothly fade in and out from one end of the cut to the other.
  8. Adjust the lengths of the cut and fade (or dissolve) using the cut and fade handles, respectively.
  9. Move the selection handle to move the cut. Click the selection handle to display a drop-down menu you can use to change your cut option.
  10. To retain a portion of the timeline that lies within a cut segment, use the timeline cursor to select the portion you want to retain and click Uncut Time.
  11. Click Undo or Redo to back out of changes as needed. Once you have completed your edits, select commit. You can select from the current, new or an existing presentation.
Crop

Use the Web Editor to crop the beginning and ends of your presentation. You can adjust the duration of the fades as needed.

To crop the beginning or end of a presentation:
  1. Drag the timeline cursor to the new starting (or ending) point.
  2. Adjust the fade-out position using the fade handles.
  3. Click Undo or Redo to back out of changes as needed. Once you have completed your edits, commit changes.
Add and Update Chapters

Chapters are markers within a presentation that allow your viewers to navigate to relevant or interesting points of a presentation. You can add new chapters, update existing chapters, and use the chapters to navigate around the presentation.

Chapters appear in the Player’s slide area and include a title and the time the chapter appears in the presentation.

To add a new chapter

  1. Click a spot in the timeline and press N, or click the Insert Chapter button above the timeline.
    Insert chapter
  2. In the Insert Chapter dialog, enter a title for the chapter and click OK.

Update a chapter

After adding a chapter, a numerical marker will appear in your timeline. You can move a chapter by clicking and dragging its marker to a new location in your timeline.

To rename or delete a chapter, right-click its chapter icon on the timeline. Alternatively, click the chapter name above the video and rename the chapter there.

Remove Pauses

Use the audio waveform to detect and remove long periods of silence in presentations. The audio waveform is especially useful when editing audio-only presentations.

To remove pauses in presentation using the audio waveform:
  1. Click and drag the timeline selector to the portion of the presentation where the waveform indicates low audio levels.
  2. Insert a cut in the selected portion of the presentation.
  3. Click Undo or Redo to back out of changes as needed. Once you have completed your edits, commit changes.
Add and Move Slides

 

Slides must be enabled on your presentation in My Mediasite prior to adding in the Web editor. Select Edit Slides from the presentations menu and enable slide content tab

Edit slides

Enable slides

To add new slides to a presentation, find where you want to add them on the timeline using video playback and add them.

To add slides

  1. Find in the timeline where you would like to insert a new slide (s), pause the video, and select the corresponding time in the timeline.
  2. Click Insert Slides and browse to the image(s) (.jpg, .png, .tif) you want to insert, select them, and click Open. The new slide (s) appears at the selected time.
  3. Click Undo or Redo to back out of changes as needed. Once you have completed your edits, commit changes.
    NB: To add images from Microsoft PowerPoint slides to your presentation, save the Power Point presentation as .jpg files.
  4. The slide will appear in the project timeline and in the right preview window
  5. Additional options become available in your tool menu

Move slides

When you cut material from a presentation, you may need to adjust the timing for one or more slides in the presentation.

To move slides in a presentation:

  1. Select one or more slides.
  2. Drag the selected slide(s) to their new location in the timeline.
  3. Click Undo or Redo to back out of changes as needed. Once you have completed your edits, commit changes.

Slides options

Slides selected with Cut, Copy and Paste Slides buttons

Commit changes to current presentation

Once you have finished your edits, click Commit > Commit Changes to Current to save your changes to the original presentation. The project used to edit the original presentation is still associated with the presentation and can be used to make additional changes or to revert to a previous revision.

 

Accessing a Shared Folder

 

Shared folders are created on a request basis by the relevant administrators in your area.

Shared folders are accessible by multiple users. In fact, any user with write permissions to a shared folder can view and add content to it.

To add a presentation to a shared folder:

  1. Create a presentation or select an existing one.
  2. On the presentation’s properties page, click Move To.
  3. Select ‘Place this presentation in a Shared Folder’ and select the shared folder you want.
  4. Click Move Presentation.

Add to a shared folder

 

 

CHANNELS

Creating a Channel

 

  1. Select Channels in the left hand navigation
  2. On the Browse Channels page, select Add Channel
    Create a channel
  3. Specify the required information and click Create Channel
    Create channel
  4. Select which features will be available in the channel:
  • Channel Name   Enter an easily identifiable name for your channel.
  • Friendly Name –  Specify a friendly name for the channel to customise its URL. This value will replace the channel ID number in the URL.
    For example, if you give a channel ‘mychannel’ as its friendly name, the URL uses this name instead of the channel ID: URL using channel ID: https://alex.deakin.edu.au/Mediasite/Channel/ ed968dc9872f456e93500b35872b334e21 URL using friendly name: https://alex.deakin.edu.au/Mediasite/Channel/mychannel
  • Channel Description – Enter a short description for your channel.
  • Top Banner Image – Browse to the image you want to use for the top banner. The recommended size of the image is 320 pixels x 60 pixels.
  • Banner Background Colour – Specify the colour you want to appear behind the top banner area.
  • Click Match Banner Image to match the background colour based the colours in the right most pixels of the uploaded banner image.
  • Top Banner Link –  Enter a URL to link the top banner to a web address. When a user clicks on the Top Banner image in the catalog, the specified web address will load in another browser window.
  • Channel Thumbnail – Select an image to appear as the channel’s thumbnail
  • Default Sort – Select the default order of videos when a user browses through the channel: Date (newest to oldest)Date (oldest to newest), or Title.

 

Adding to a Channel

 

 

Channels are user created locations for your presentations and you can create multiple Channels.
Channels can be used to organise presentations or you can share the Channel URL with others.

To add a presentation to a Channel:

  1. Create a presentation or select an existing one.
  2. On the presentation’s properties page, click Move To.
    Move a presentation
  3. Select Place this presentation in a Channel and select the channel you want.
  4. Click Move Presentation.
  5. You can also ‘favourite’ a Channel for easy access on your Homepage.
  6.  

 

CHANNELS

Creating a Channel

 

  1. Select Channels in the left hand navigation
  2. On the Browse Channels page, select Add Channel
    Create a channel
  3. Specify the required information and click Create Channel
    Create channel
  4. Select which features will be available in the channel:
  • Channel Name   Enter an easily identifiable name for your channel.
  • Friendly Name –  Specify a friendly name for the channel to customise its URL. This value will replace the channel ID number in the URL.
    For example, if you give a channel ‘mychannel’ as its friendly name, the URL uses this name instead of the channel ID: URL using channel ID: https://alex.deakin.edu.au/Mediasite/Channel/ ed968dc9872f456e93500b35872b334e21 URL using friendly name: https://alex.deakin.edu.au/Mediasite/Channel/mychannel
  • Channel Description – Enter a short description for your channel.
  • Top Banner Image – Browse to the image you want to use for the top banner. The recommended size of the image is 320 pixels x 60 pixels.
  • Banner Background Colour – Specify the colour you want to appear behind the top banner area.
  • Click Match Banner Image to match the background colour based the colours in the right most pixels of the uploaded banner image.
  • Top Banner Link –  Enter a URL to link the top banner to a web address. When a user clicks on the Top Banner image in the catalog, the specified web address will load in another browser window.
  • Channel Thumbnail – Select an image to appear as the channel’s thumbnail
  • Default Sort – Select the default order of videos when a user browses through the channel: Date (newest to oldest)Date (oldest to newest), or Title.

 

Adding to a Channel

Channels are user created locations for your presentations and you can create multiple Channels.
Channels can be used to organise presentations or you can share the Channel URL with others.

To add a presentation to a Channel:

  1. Create a presentation or select an existing one.
  2. On the presentation’s properties page, click Move To.
    Move a presentation
  3. Select Place this presentation in a Channel and select the channel you want.
  4. Click Move Presentation.
  5. You can also ‘favourite’ a Channel for easy access on your Homepage.
  6.  

 

LINKING YOUR RECORDING
TO CLOUDDEAKIN

Linking your recording
 

Deakin Video gives you the ability to capture and record presentations and link these to your CloudDeakin site.

By providing your media through Deakin Video, you are ensuring that your students can easily playback presentations depending on their internet connection at home or outside of Deakin. Students are provided with various playback formats including the ability to stream or download vodcasts and podcasts files.

Creating a Video Link - Stage 1
Note: Only staff with Unit Chair or Lecturer access will be able to create Deakin Video links.

STAGE 1: Add a link to Deakin Video

  1. Log into CloudDeakin using your Deakin Username and Password.
  2. Select the unit you wish to add the Deakin Video link to.
  3. Click the Resources link from the Navigation Bar at the top of the Unit page.
  4. Go to the module you wish to add the Deakin Video class presentation link.
  5. Click the Add Existing Activities link then select Additional Applications.
  6. A pop-up box will appear, select Deakin Video.

class recordings screenshot

Creating a Video Link - Stage 2
  1. From the List of Resources, click on the link to Deakin Video that you have just created.
  2. You can now choose to:
  • Link to Catalog (All presentations)Click on the Link to Catalog button next to the unit offering you wish to make available to your students. You can also preview the list of Deakin Video presentations before you create the link (this will open in a new tab).
    Link to catalogue
  • Link to individual class presentations: Click the + button next to expand the unit offering and show the available individual recordings. Click on the Link to Presentation button to link to the desired presentation. You can also preview a presentation before you create the link (this will open in a new tab).
    Link to presentation
Navigate to an individual Deakin Video presentation
 

Clicking an individual presentation will display the Deakin Video presentation title, time and date, and description. You are also provided with five options:

  • To stream the video in Deakin Video Player;
  • To listen to just the audio in the browser;
  • To download just the Audio in .mp3 format;
  • To open the video within the browser;
  • and to download the video in M4V format
Catalog Navigation
If you linked to all the presentations for the unit by selecting the ‘Link to Catalog’ option, the link will open the catalogue for teaching staff and students.

The Catalog allows students to:

  1. Access all the audio and visual presentations for your unit.
  2. Stream a presentation using the Deakin Video Player.
  3. Download Vodcast and Podcast files.
  4. Watch live streaming

LINKING YOUR RECORDING
TO CLOUDDEAKIN

Linking your recording

 

Deakin Video gives you the ability to capture and record presentations and link these to your CloudDeakin site.

By providing your media through Deakin Video, you are ensuring that your students can easily playback presentations depending on their internet connection at home or outside of Deakin. Students are provided with various playback formats including the ability to stream or download vodcasts and podcasts files.

Creating a Video Link - Stage 1

Note: Only staff with Unit Chair or Lecturer access will be able to create Deakin Video links.

STAGE 1: Add a link to Deakin Video

  1. Log into CloudDeakin using your Deakin Username and Password.
  2. Select the unit you wish to add the Deakin Video link to.
  3. Click the Resources link from the Navigation Bar at the top of the Unit page.
  4. Go to the module you wish to add the Deakin Video class presentation link.
  5. Click the Add Existing Activities link then select Additional Applications.
  6. A pop-up box will appear, select Deakin Video.

class recordings screenshot

Creating a Video Link - Stage 2
  1. From the List of Resources, click on the link to Deakin Video that you have just created.
  2. You can now choose to:
  • Link to Catalog (All presentations)Click on the Link to Catalog button next to the unit offering you wish to make available to your students. You can also preview the list of Deakin Video presentations before you create the link (this will open in a new tab).
    Link to catalogue
  • Link to individual class presentations: Click the + button next to expand the unit offering and show the available individual recordings. Click on the Link to Presentation button to link to the desired presentation. You can also preview a presentation before you create the link (this will open in a new tab).
    Link to presentation
Navigate to an individual Deakin Video presentation

 

Clicking an individual presentation will display the Deakin Video presentation title, time and date, and description. You are also provided with five options:

  • To stream the video in Deakin Video Player;
  • To listen to just the audio in the browser;
  • To download just the Audio in .mp3 format;
  • To open the video within the browser;
  • and to download the video in M4V format
Catalog Navigation

If you linked to all the presentations for the unit by selecting the ‘Link to Catalog’ option, the link will open the catalogue for teaching staff and students.

The Catalog allows students to:

  1. Access all the audio and visual presentations for your unit.
  2. Stream a presentation using the Deakin Video Player.
  3. Download Vodcast and Podcast files.
  4. Watch live streaming

COPYRIGHT

Copyright

A Copyright Notice is automatically pre-pended to all recordings published to the Deakin Video, ensuring that consumers of the media are aware that some of the materials used in the recording may have been reproduced and communicated pursuant to Deakin’s statutory licences under Section 113P of the Copyright Act.

Section 113P notice (additional detail also available at the Copyright Site)

COPYRIGHT

Copyright

A Copyright Notice is automatically pre-pended to all recordings published to the Deakin Video, ensuring that consumers of the media are aware that some of the materials used in the recording may have been reproduced and communicated pursuant to Deakin’s statutory licences under Section 113P of the Copyright Act.

Section 113P notice (additional detail also available at the Copyright Site)

OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION

Optical Character Recognition

With OCR, presentations are converted into text-searchable documents. OCR generates slides (every 30 seconds) and is processed once the Live or Recorded session is over.
Once processed, a search link in the player will appear to allow users to search for specific text in the slides.

OCR Screenshot

OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION

Optical Character Recognition

With OCR, presentations are converted into text-searchable documents. OCR generates slides (every 30 seconds) and is processed once the Live or Recorded session is over.
Once processed, a search link in the player will appear to allow users to search for specific text in the slides.

OCR Screenshot