The Interactive recordings are a feature available to you and allows you to watch playback of every virtual classroom session (if you participated as a registered user.
In case you’re a student, you there are two possibilities:
Case 1: If you participate in a virtual session as a registered user you may see all your session recordings from the Virtual Classrooms menu. There you will see a list of all your past sessions.
Firstly, select the room you want to see by clicking on the room number.
Then you will see a “Play recording” button, which will allow you to watch the session. If you don’t have the option of playing recordings, please have in mind that the admin may have disabled them.
Case 2: In case you participate in a virtual classroom session as a guest (no registration required), you will not have access to a recording of your lesson, since watching one requires account access.
You must first log into your account in order to access the recordings.
To access the interactive recordings, go to the Virtual Classrooms menu and find the lesson you want to watch. Click on the room’s title and then click on Play Recording. More information in the Virtual Classrooms article here.
Upon clicking Play Recording shortly after you will see this window. Press Enter to watch the playback.
Press the Enter button. Playback will begin and you can skip forward, pause the video or go back in the recording using the slider on the bottom.
Going back in the recording reloads the page and once you press Enter again, your recording will continue from the point that you chose.
You will have the option of picking a portion of the recording to start converting it immediately. You may do so by opening the control box labelled Recording Controls, and clicking on the red dot icon.
You may drag the green slider to specify exactly which parts of the recording you would like to convert.
The curved arrow icon will allow you to clear any recording ranges you’ve set, while the plus icon will permit you to add another recording range for potential conversion.
There is also the option of converting the archive into a video file. To do this click on Convert to Video in the room details (next to Play Recording).
Once the converting is finished, you can download the file. Click on the Download video button, which will appear on the same page.
Good practice tip:
During your class, if there's something particularly interesting that was said and you want to "bookmark" it, just add a Keypoint in the class.
That way, when you watch your video playback, you can jump straight to the sections that you bookmarked.
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