Lecture halls with recording

In lecture rooms with video recording, the lecturer has the opportunity to record himself/herself on video.

About recording in lecture hall

Here you can record video, computer or document camera. It is all managed from a touch panel that has a simple layout. When selecting a recording, the user is asked to enter their initials for their KTH account. The recording is then automatically published to the user's KTH Play.

Here's an instructional video where you can better get an idea of how this works.

(For Captions please click on CC at the bottom of the video)

Support
For support please e-mail it-support@kth.se  or call +468 790 6600

Book one of the rooms with recording equipment

Rooms with recording/ streaming equipment at KTH Campus:

Rooms with recording/ streaming equipment at Campus Telge:

Lecture theater Lecture room Computer Lab Other
C1 C33 - -
C2 C36 - -
- C37 - -
- C38 - -
- C41 - -
- C42 - -
- C43 - -
- C44 - -

Booking

Book the lecture hall by contacting Room Booking at KTH email: 9400@admin.kth.se .

Getting started

Prior to recording

Activate your media storage in KTH Play (Kaltura)

  1. Go to play.kth.se
  2. Login with your KTH account

How do I access my video material?

KTH Play / Canvas

Go to play.kth.se   or Canvas and login using your KTH ID, to access the video in your Media Gallery. From the Media Gallery can you then choose where, for whom and how long you want to publish your video.

Local storage

Recordings can be stored locally in the lecture hall. To access the recording contact it-support@kth.se . The video will be deleted from the server 2 months after the recording.

Editing the video

In order to have the functionality to switch between sources (camera and presentation) when playing the video, only the original file can be edited. KTH Play provides editing tools which you can use to trim off the beginning and end of the video as well as add bookmarks (thumbnails) that divide the film into chapters which makes it easier to find key points of the lecture.

Please note that a deleted video cannot be recovered.

Guides: knowledge.kaltura.com

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