Panopto

Panopto is used for classroom lecture capture, but is also a powerful tool for sharing narrated presentations, mini lectures, or lab demonstrations with multiple video angles and/or screen capture.

Which Panopto Tool Should I Use?

There are 3 different versions of Panopto.  If you have the Panopto application installed on your computer, it will provide the most features.  However, even if you cannot install the application, there are versions of Panopto that should work for your needs. 

If NetID unknown, use Panopto.it. If app can't be installed, use Panopto Capture. Otherwise, use Panopto app.
If NetID unknown, use Panopto.it. If app can't be installed, use Panopto Capture. Otherwise, use Panopto app.

Panopto Setup

  • Installing the Panopto Recorder (PDF)
  • Linking your course to Panopto (PDF)

Creating Recordings

  • How to Record with Panopto for Windows (PDF)
  • How to Record with Panopto for Mac (PDF)
  • How to Record with Panopto Capture (PDF) (video tutorial)
  • How to Record with Panopto.It (Panopto Express) (PDF) (video tutorial)
  • Microphone and Camera Settings in the Panopto Application (PDF)

Additional help from Panopto online support: 

Editing Recordings

Additional help from Panopto online support: 

Viewing and Managing Recordings

Lecture Capture

Panopto is installed on all podium computers in SMHS classrooms. It is set up to record whatever is displayed on the podium computer. It will not automatically capture video of the speaker, content projected from a laptop or other device connected to the projector, or the document camera.*

In all pre-clinical courses, there is a technology student worker who is responsible for setting up Panopto and starting/stopping the recording. If you would NOT like your session to be recorded, please let the Office of Medical Education know as soon as possible.

Note: in Ross 101 and 201, the document camera is routed through the podium computer, and will be included in a Panopto recording.

Where to Find Help