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Decide on the potential audience. Is this going to be high profile? Is this going to be available outside the University? Do you need to use video or will audio only be adequate? Do you also need to record what is happening on the screen? Do you need to record the audience participation? Most lectures that take place at the University to be viewed by students are suitable for recording using the automated lecture recording systems in the Interactive Teaching Rooms, but where there is a potential for the lecture to be higher profile, during the planning stage of your event you need to consider approaching the Video Production Group for advice/support to ensure a high quality professional result.
Other events and external seminars should be treated on an individual basis, and if you are in any doubt about the most appropriate method to use to record a particular event, please contact IS Video Production Group.
Here are some examples of professional quality video produced by the IS video production group
An example of video produced with help and advice from the IS video production group. After undergoing training from the IS video production group, a camera owned by the School of Geography was used to record a talk by James Fleming at one of the Cultural Spaces of Climate Network workshops:
Here are some other examples of event videos produced within the University:
Where the presenter is not a member of University staff, you need to ensure that they have signed a rights waiver and keep a copy of this.
There are a number of Interactive Teaching Rooms across the University campuses with lecture recording facilities that allow video podcasts, screencasts and audio podcasts to be created easily. More information about Interactive Teaching Rooms.
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