What is it?
Panopto is the University's solution to enable you to capture and deliver audio and video content. This may include lectures, seminars, laboratory sessions or recordings from the desktop or in the field.
When would I use it?
As a user you're are able to record content in lecture theatres as well as from your office or home computer. Panopto is primarily used as a lecture capture tool but is becoming increasingly popular as a supplement to help documentation in the form of screen-casts.
Panopto is integrated with Moodle and MyWeb which makes it easy for lecturers to create recordings that are automatically available to their students within the Moodle course. Recordings can also be viewed directly from our Panopto server and where required MP3 and/or MP4 versions can be linked to or downloaded.
How do I access it?
Panopto recordings are made available for your paper within the Moodle or MyWeb page. Click the recording title to view the session. If prompted to log in please use 'eLearn' as the Login Provider.
Panopto recordings can be viewed in a browser. You may be prompted to install the Microsoft Silverlight plugin the first time you view a session.
Panopto can be accessed via either the Android or iPhone Panopto app or through the mobile device browser.
The official iPhone and Android apps allow you to view existing Panopto recordings. Configure the site to 'coursecast.its.waikato.ac.nz' and when signing in remember to choose 'eLearn' from the drop-down..
The iPhone app allows those with appropriate access to record and upload content via the camera or add existing videos to a new recording.
Note: If running under Microsoft Windows, you'll require Microsoft Silverlight to view. You may be prompted to install this plugin the first time you view a session.
Introduction to Panopto has clear, concise instructions from creating a folder, moving files, sharing recordings and lots more.
The ITS Service Desk is the first point of contact for Panopto assistance. WCEL offer regular workshops and support documentation is available online via the University Specific Support Site as well as the Panopto Support Site. Group workshops can be arranged as required, email the ITS Service Desk for further information.
Te Kuhukuhu Rārangi - Log Your Own Request
"Kuhukuhu" is our IT Service Catalogue. You can search for and log your own service requests. You can also view the status of your current requests and see the estimated delivery time for them, provide further information by adding notes or attaching files, and view a full history of all previous requests.
For anything urgent you should phone the Service Desk: ext 4008 (838 4008) for assistance.