Exporting Your Lecture Recordings (Mac)

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After recording his lecture video and saving it under the folder he created for his course, John wanted to export his lecture video as a standalone MP4 file so that he would be able to share it with his students. In doing so, he followed the steps presented below and wanted to share them with you to help you export your lecture recording as a single MP4 video file.

 

  • To start the Production Wizard, click the Share menu in the top bar and select Export.
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  • You will be asked to select a production name and the folder where you want to save your video. Give a name to your video file and locate the folder where you saved your recording file and project file.
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  • When you click Export, the rendering process for your video will start.
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  • When your video is rendered, it will appear in your folder.
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Summary
A great option for instructors to add video discussion topics.
Features
User FriendlyCopy/paste a link to your Grid in Canvas
Cost
Free for all educators.
Where to get help
Company's website
 
Summary
A useful tool to store and share your documents with all of your classes and colleagues. You create folders and decide how to share them.
Features
Canvas integration through embeddingEasily used across devices
Cost
Free available to all ISU faculty
Where to get help
ISU's IT
 
Summary
Allows for threaded, asynchronous communication between students and instructors. Great option for instructors who want to encourage more in depth online discussions.
Features
AL-Supported Online Discussion Platform
Cost
Purchased • Information available on Packback website
Where to get help
Company Website