Screen Capture Recording
Note - if posting any videos publicly, make sure there is no ISU student information contained within the video. Things to pay attention to - close email so email notifications from students do not appear on the video, if logged in to the CS server do not type
finger or the like, if tabbing between programs do not tab into a Word or Excel file with student information.
- Quicktime - only available on Mac's. Open Quicktime, click File, and New Screen Recording. Make sure to find the setting to enable the microphone if you want audio recorded as well.
- ShareX - Download.
- Yuja - Link. This is a university-supported system. You can also get to Yuja through blackboard by going to a course blackboard page, choosing Tools, and Yuja. Yuja allows you to choose to record the screen, the webcam, or another video source if there is one (e.g., document camera or cameras in a distance classroom). Yuja recordings are uploaded to the ISU Yuja system. They can be "stored" under specific courses or in a general folder. The videos are ISU-only by default but can be set to be publicly available as well.
- VLC - Download. VLC can be used to convert video files to be smaller for uploading. Choose File, Convert/Stream. You can choose a file as the source, choose the video settings you would like (e.g., frame rate of 10 frames/second and horizontal resolution of 1080), and choose the output to go to a file.