- What's New
- Course Planning & Content
- Activating Your Course
- Changing Your Course Image
- D2L Capture
- Enhancing Content
- Learning Object Repository
- My Courses Widget
- Release Conditions
- Creating a Quiz
- Adding Questions to Your Quiz
- Adding Questions to the Question Library
- Format for Import of Multiple-Choice & Multi-Select Questions
- Randomizing Questions
- Adding Special Access
- Setting a Submission View
- Submitting a Quiz for a Student
- Grading Quizzes
- Viewing Quiz Statistics
- Previewing a Quiz
- Respondus Dashboard
- Collaboration & Communication
- Adobe Connect
Personal Lecture Capture - Voice-over Presentations
Utilizing D2L Capture on your personal computer allows you to create, record, and publish voice-over presentations at your own pace. Your presentations can be a combination of media from camera, microphone, and computer sources. To use D2L Capture you will need a microphone, and a webcam is recommended.
Installation - Windows
After obtaining the D2L Capture Software from the Institute Help Desk, follow the prompts to install. Defaults are recommended.
Select all available components and click Next.
Select the default Destination Folder and click Next.
Installation - Mac
Drag the Capture Icon onto the Applications folder. Once it is done installing, Capture can be launched from your Applications folder in Finder.
After installation is complete copy and paste the following link into the Server URL screen:
In the upper right hand corner click Log In.
Select Account type: MGHIHP and click Open Login Page.
Enter your D2L credentials, click Login and the window will close automatically.
If you see a message that says "Insufficient Credentials" please contact the Institute HelpDesk.
Setup is now complete and you are ready to record your presentations.
After the initial set up you will be given the option to do a Webcast which is a live presentation where students can view but interact only through a chat function. For this reason we recommend using Adobe Connect for this type of presentation.
Here we will be talking about Recording an asynchronous presentation and uploading it into your course content.
Begin by clicking the Record button.
1) Give your presentation a Title
2) Enter in the Presenter's name (optional).
3) The layout will default to “Camera and Screen”, which will record your webcam, microphone and computer screen. "Camera" will record only your webcam and microphone, and "Screen" will record your microphone and computer screen.
4) Click "Continue" to move to the preview screen.
On the following page, you will see a preview of the setup you chose on the previous screen.
Click Start to begin recording.
It is best practice to have your presentation ready to go on your computer, and anything that you would not like to be recorded closed, as the Capture software will minimize and begin recording.
When you are finished recordings, open the Capture software again and click Stop.
On the next screen, you will have the option to Continue, Restart, Finish or Review your recording. Note, if you chose to Continue, your recording will be split in two parts.
Click Finish to move on to publishing your recording.
To publish your presentation when you are finished recording, click the Publish button on the Capture software homepage.
Next, select the folder that most closely relates to your program from the Folder dropdown.
When the upload is complete, click OK. Viewing in the Portal won't be necessary if you previewed your recording before publishing.
After you have uploaded successfully you can remove the presentation from the list of presentations to be published.
Click Yes then OK to finish and return to the home screen.
To embed the recording video into your content, navigate to a module and select New -> Capture.
On the following page:
1. Select the video you would like to insert.
2. Click Save.
*Note: If you do not see your recording on the list, make sure you navigate to the next page of videos.
When you are finished, your Capture recording will now be posted in Content.