Panopto at Cal Poly Humboldt

Panopto is available for faculty, staff and student use 

Panopto is an easy way to record and share videos at Cal Poly Humboldt. 

Campus Training and Resources

Zoom Video Storage - moves to Panopto

Zoom is not going away, but video storage is moving to Panopto. Future Zoom recordings will be automatically uploaded and saved to Panopto, where you can view, edit, and share your work if desired. You will find archived recordings in your Panopto "Meeting Recordings" folder. All Zoom sessions automatically export to Panopto via the Zoom/Panopto integration starting March 2022. Campus users can opt-out of automatic exports in personal Panopto settings.

Why use Panopto?

Connecting with students in substantive ways is continually part of being a critically reflective practitioner. Teaching and learning technologies offer solid platforms to connect and engage with students, offering meaningful content in video/text format. Panopto is one of those.

We think you will find this tool to have considerable advantages. Highly regarded in higher education, we will work with you to explore Panopto at Cal Poly Humboldt. Developed at Carnegie Mellon University, Panopto is a lecture capture and video management system. Panopto is available for Cal Poly Humboldt users to create, view and stream video content in a searchable database. Optimized for learning and accessibility, Panopto’s internal capabilities will add value to your courses. Panopto Case Studies

How can we use Panopto across the University? As a Classroom/Online Solution, Pedagogical Solution and Storage Solution.

How can faculty use Panopto?

  • Live lecture recordings, Zoom session archives, video + quiz activities, hyflex and flipped classrooms, micro-learning, liquid syllabus videos, Media Library-linked content, Canvas assignments

How can students use Panopto?

  • Assignments: reflections, logs, projects, applied learning documentation, video + quiz to assess learning gaps/understanding, self-directed video projects

How can staff use Panopto?

  • Student-facing videos, faculty/staff-facing videos, public-facing videos, event recordings

How to use Panopto

How to use Panopto

Panopto in Canvas

Login, Make/Edit, Share with Panopto in Canvas courses. You can use Panopto capabilities in the following easy to find Canvas spots: 

You have options for video recording: 

Panopto Online Dashboard

We have a dedicated Panopto dashboard for use outside of Canvas. Find it on your MyHumboldt portal. Of course these videos are also linked to Canvas, your account, etc. for use there and sharing. Cal Poly Humboldt Panopto Dashboard - https://humboldt.hosted.panopto.com/ - easily share a video from there.

Panopto Free Mobile APP

Capture videos on the go, with any mobile device. How to Use the Panopto Mobile APP, Mobile APP Capabilities

Download the APP: 

Panopto in Zoom

All Zoom sessions automatically export to Panopto via the Zoom/Panopto integrationCampus users can opt-out of automatic exports in personal Panopto settings.

Migrate older Zoom sessions - download from Zoom and easily upload to Panopto

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Panopto in Canvas

Panopto in Canvas

Panopto in Canvas

Login, Make/Edit, Share with Panopto in Canvas courses. You can use Panopto capabilities in the following easy to find Canvas spots: 

Panopto Media Library

In an effort to simplify and streamline video sharing within Cal Poly Humboldt, the Google Media Library will become integrated into Panopto. None of the existing video links will change, but when you click on the video link, you will now watch the movie in the Panopto viewer. This semester we will be changing the url to each video, therefore as we work through this process, some might be viewed through Google, while others will be viewed through the Panopto player. At the completion of this conversion you will be able to access the entire video library through Panopto. During this process you can continue to share the videos from the Canvas Media Library or the Google Media Library without interruption.  

CTL Panopto Training

CTL Panopto Training

Panopto Training Recordings 

Panopto trainers give dedicated, specific Cal Poly Humboldt training.

Creator Training

Creator Training 1/28/22 - RECORDING
Creator Training 5/16/22 - RECORDING

Advanced Editing

Advanced Editing 2/25/22 - RECORDING

Organize Panopto Folders 

Panopto Help and Training Resources

Panopto Help and Training Resources

Panopto Help and Training Resources

Get Panopto Help

Panopto Training

 

Lecture Capture in Classrooms

Lecture Capture in Classrooms

Should I use Zoom or Panopto for lecture content?

For now, it is best to utilize Zoom for student synchronous/active sessions. Zoom are automatically uploaded to Panopto for greater searchability, archive, etc. Cal Poly Humboldt has the Zoom Integration working with Panopto

Stanford has a valuable comparison chart

Lecture Capture Workflow

Using a campus smart classroom: 

  • First, check the capabilities in your assigned classroom
  • Login to Cal Poly Humboldt computer and utilize the following steps: 
  • > MyHumboldt
  • > Go to Zoom - record your session using smart room technology which is set to operate using Zoom. 
  • > Record via Zoom - all Zoom sessions automatically export to Panopto via the Zoom/Panopto integration
  • > For video recordings - utilize camera/microphone
  • > For screen share recordings - utilize camera/microphone and computer desktop
  • > For audio-only recordings - utilize microphone
  • > Share - via Panopto share link or via Canvas, all Zoom sessions automatically export to Panopto via the Zoom/Panopto integration

OR Use your own laptop in a classroom - direct to Panopto steps: 

> Utilize Zoom, Canvas Panopto or Panopto Dashboard for recording workflow

OR Use your own equipment in your office or at home - direct to Canvas/Panopto sharing: 

> Utilize Zoom, Canvas Panopto or Panopto Dashboard for recording workflow


Alternative - Camtasia to Panopto recording, export directly to Panopto