These instructions are specifically for users of the Mac Panopto Recorder.
Pre-requisites: Installing Panopto
Panopto is pre-installed in all our Windows based lecture theatre computers. Just search for Panopto in the Start Menu.
To install Panopto on your macOS computer, go to installing Panopto and select “Installing Panopto on Apple macOS” near the end of the article.
Step 1: Configuring the recorder
The new Panopto recorder version 6.0 or above will auto populate the server address. For older recorder versions the Panopto server address will not be automatically populated into the recorder.
Type: southampton.cloud.panopto.eu – into the server name field.
Step 2: Logging in
After typing in the server details click “Go” next to the server name.
All of Panopto’s user and security information comes from Blackboard. No staff member can log in using the “Login” and “Password” boxes.
By default the Panopto recorder should automatically show you option to log in with Blackboard.
Next to “Sign in with” you will have the new option of selecting a drop down list.
Change the sign in with option to be “Blackboard”. The Blackboard login website will appear.
Enter your username and password into the Blackboard text boxes.
Step 3: Creating a recording
Press the large “Create new recording button”
Choose the Blackboard course that you want to record into. Note: It can be quicker to start typing in the module code name to find the folder.
Give your session a name
You should now select any cameras, microphones, screen capture (via Source – Built-in Display) and PowerPoint/Keynote capture if required. Panopto recordings must have an audio source to work correctly.
Press “Record” when you are ready to begin.
Once you have completed your session press the “Stop” button.
Your recording will upload automatically after pressing stop. Keep the Panopto recorder open until the video has uploaded to the Panopto servers.