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My Mediasite

My Mediasite Login

Log in to activate your My Mediasite account 

What is My Mediasite?

My Mediasite is a web portal to Upload and Manage your video content. You can see all of the videos you have recorded, edit them, share them with others.

MyMediasite page.

Record Your Computer Screen

Using the Mediasite Desktop Recorder you can record:

  • Demos and Trainings
  • Lectures
  • Flipped Classroom Lessons
  • Assignments

Interface for MDR.

Mobile Video and Uploads 

  • Record and Upload video from your phone or tablet
  • Upload video recorded from other programs
  • Supports over 100 formats

Manage Your Videos

Mediasite analytics page.

  • Organize Your Videos
  • View analytics for your presentations
  • Keep viewers engaged with interactive polls, ask-a-question, post-video surveys and related resource links
  • Simplify and reinforce study habits with content bookmarks and sharing

Edit Your Videos

  • Crop and cut video incorporating fades or transitions
  • Add video intros, outros, chapters and watermarks
  • Update or replace slides

Even More Sharing (Coming Soon)

  • Auto-generate shareable video links or your own content channel
  • Securely publish to your Cougar Course
  • Publish to YouTube

System Requirements for My Mediasite

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 or later
  • Google Chrome
  • Firefox 5.0 or later
  • Apple Safari 5 or later
  • Microsoft Silverlight 5
  • Mediasite Desktop Recorder

Links:

  • My Mediasite
  • To access the desktop recorder scroll down to "Download Mediasite Desktop Recorder"

Mediasite Desktop Recorder

Presentation Recorder that records:

  • Screencast + Video: Full-motion video of your desktop with slides extracted and video from a camera with audio from a microphone.
  • Screencast + Audio: Full-motion video of your desktop with slides extracted and audio from a microphone.
  • Slideshow + Video: Slides from your desktop and video from a camera with audio from a microphone.
  • Slideshow + Audio: Slides from your desktop with audio from a microphone.

Tutorials: