Pre-recording a personal capture is less complex and risky than trying to deliver a live stream, and allows staff to choose where and when to make the recordings, review their quality, and edit if necessary.
Below you find the tools we currently recommend. You can produce these videos with your own equipment, at your own desk. However, we strongly recommend using a good quality headset. If you do not own one, you can request one here (home delivery is possible).
Once you finished recording, you can upload your video files to the UT's Vimeo channel by yourself via the Video Portal (log in using your AD credentials). You can make sure that only certain people see your videos by setting them to a specific setting. Once your video has been uploaded, you can use the link to share with your students or, for example, make your video interactive with H5P elements. If you have a Canvas course, you can use the embed code of the video to embed it on a Canvas page. If you have questions about the Video Portal, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. You can upload and share videos up to 2Gb. If you want to share larger videos, you can send them via “SURFfilesender” to email@example.com.
If you teach students with hearing impairments, it’s recommended to add subtitles to your videos. The TELT team can help you with creating and adding subtitles. If you would like to make use of this service, please send an email with (a link to) your video to firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t forget to let us know which language the subtitles need to be. It will take a maximum of 5 working days to add the subtitles.