Sometimes called "lecture capture," we have several ways for faculty, students, and staff to record and distribute media content.
First you need to record - this may include what’s on the screen of your computer, video of you yourself, and of course your spoken words. Secondly you need to be able to manage your recordings, to get them to the persons that need them in a format that works for them. There are a variety of ways to record and distribute video. Which one you choose depends on what kind of videos you want to record, who needs to record, and who needs to view. Some of the options include:
Let's look at some scenarios:
Camtasia - is designed for just this kind of thing - a best-in-class screen recording system
with extensive editing and annotation capabilities. You can:
Microsoft Stream - you can:
Zoom - you can: