ARCHIVED: About Echo360 Personal Capture at IU

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ARCHIVED: Echo360, Indiana University's lecture capture and personal capture tool, will be retired in 2017. Kaltura has been selected as Echo360's replacement. For more, see ARCHIVED: About the Echo360 retirement.

At Indiana University, Echo360 Personal Capture uses software installed on a personal Windows or Mac computer to capture audio, video, and computer content.

To request access to the Echo360 Personal Capture service, fill out and submit the Echo360 Personal Capture Software Request form from Learning Spaces & Technology Services. Submit your request as early as possible, and no later than one week before you want to use the service. You will receive an automated confirmation message via email after you submit the form.

For instructions on using Echo360 Personal Capture, see the following (IU credentials required):

Note: If you use a computer with Personal Capture software to capture lectures in the classroom, you'll need to provide a microphone to connect to the computer so that audio is captured.

For more information or for help with Echo360, email Echo360.

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